Once it has been decided that a contract has been formed, it must be shown that there was a term covering whatever it is that D is alleged to have done or failed to do, whether incorporated within the main contract or in a separate ‘collateral’ contract.
This recording covers
• the parol evidence ‘rule’ and its many exceptions
• incorporation of statements made in pre-contractual negotiations (distinguishing intended terms from mere ‘puffs’ mere representations)
• incorporation of statements in documents at the time of contract (including the defence of ‘non est factum’)
Duration: 57 minutes (approx)
Lecturer: Gianni Vuolo