Archive Issues Of Laboratory

Edition 2, 2009
Many contracts as a matter of course contain a clause emphatically stating that everything in the contract should be severable from everything else. Such clauses, however, are not decisive of whether the relevant contract is in fact divisible. There is also cogent authority for the proposition that in certain contractual situations, notably agreements in restraint of trade, the doctrine of  01 August 2011 is not appropriate at all.
In this issue :
  • Severability clauses and restraints of trade: what's the story?
  • STC credits will be eaten up fast
  • Publicly funded research: sharing the golden eggs

In Re:
  • No claim for ceded rentals
  • Reinstatement: pay-back time
  • Setting the agricultural land question

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