coercion in contract

Contract 101 – Coercion in Contract

We have assisted numerous client with coercion in contract issue:    What is coercion in relation to contract There are two definitions of the word “coercion” under the Contracts Act 1950 (the Act): Section 15 of the Act defines coercion as the act of committing, or threatening to commit any act forbidden by the Penal Read more about Contract 101 – Coercion in Contract[…]

dispute resolution clause

Contract 101: The Need for A Dispute Resolution Clause

Looking for legal advice for your contract clause?    What happens if there is a dispute between contracting parties? Is litigating the dispute in court the only way forward? In today’s article, we will briefly share a particular clause that people often do not insert into their agreements that would provide an alternate avenue or Read more about Contract 101: The Need for A Dispute Resolution Clause[…]

contractual dispute

Contractual Dispute – An Objective or Subjective Approach?

We have assist numereous client regarding Contractual Dispute, you can use the following link if you have more question about Contract Law and we are ready to help:    Contractual Dispute occurs when parties have conflict over the term of contracts. The basic principle of construction of contracts is that effect must be given to the Read more about Contractual Dispute – An Objective or Subjective Approach?[…]

Bank's Exemption Clause, Contract Act, Civil Dispute

Bank’s Exemption Clause: The aftermath of CIMB Bank Bhd v Anthony Lawrence Bourke & Anor

In this day and age where the bargaining power always favours the banking industry as opposed to a loan borrower, come find out if the case of CIMB Bank Bhd v Anthony Lawrence Bourke & Anor has titled the scale back in favour of a loan borrower or vice versa. The federal court recently in Read more about Bank’s Exemption Clause: The aftermath of CIMB Bank Bhd v Anthony Lawrence Bourke & Anor[…]

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