Contract Law - Commercial Law - Heads of Agreement - A Dukesons Business Law Update

September 2015

A Heads of Agreement is often used ignorantly as a short cut, second rate contract document, to get an immediately binding agreement, the assumption being that the parties will be able to fill in any detail later, by agreement. But what if they don't agree or their agreement is uncertain? What will be the position under contract law?

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