Contract complexities – indemnities, guarantees and warranties
Course ID ID16050_BUS
Improve your contract drafting and contract advice skills by re-visiting fundamental and complex contract law principles. The legal principles and case law around indemnities, guarantees and warranties will be discussed and analysed. Re-visit the legal reason behind the contractual clauses that lawyers draft and review on a daily basis.
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College of Law Alumni and Law Society Members receive a 10% discount on the price.
Full Price $120.00
Alumni/Member Price $108.00
01 April 2016
30 June 2017
About This Course
Topics covered in this seminar include:
- Indemnities – why to use, types of indemnities, principles of construction and enforcement issues
- Guarantees – categories and principles of construction
- Warranties – their usefulness, principles of construction and enforcement issues
This seminar complies with the mandatory requirement of either Professional Skills, Substantive Law or Practice Management and Business Skills.
Nicholas Simpson is a barrister practising from 13th Floor St James Hall Chambers, having previously worked as a litigation solicitor at Eakin McCaffery Cox, Lawyers. His main areas of practice concern corporate insolvency, bankruptcy, real property, succession, consumer law and general commercial litigation. Nicholas was the Common Law Researcher to the Supreme Court of New South Wales principally working for the Honourable Justice Peter David McClellan AM, formerly Chief Judge at Common Law. Nicholas also lectures and tutors at the University of Sydney in Civil and Criminal Procedure teaching both its undergraduate and postgraduate students.
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