Notice clauses are usually found at the end of IT contracts and so can often be overlooked. We blogged back in September on why you should check this clause before serving a notice on your supplier or customer, after the Scottish Court of Session decided that a notice hadn’t been validly served in Hoe International Limited v Martha… Read more »
Most IT contracts contain a formal notice clause. Usually found at the end of a contract, this clause will generally stipulate who the supplier and customer should address notices under the contract to, where they should be sent, and the possible methods of delivery, among other things. The recent decision in Hoe International Limited v Martha Andersen and Sir James Aykroyd,… Read more »
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Mi-Space (UK) Limited v Bridgwater Civil Engineering Limited – settlement by email or subject to contract?
In November last year the High Court of England and Wales held that an adjudication award obtained by Bridgwater Civil Engineering Limited (BCE) against Mi-Space (UK) Limited (My-Space) was unenforceable because BCE’s claim for payment had already been settled by an earlier email exchange between the parties. Background and email-exchange The parties were in dispute… Read more »