Thursday, April 27, 2006

contract law observation

It is the case under English contract law that something which was left out of a specification but is necessary to the completion of the work and is commonly assumed to be part of such a project must be supplied by the contractor even if the bid submitted and accepted didn't take this specification into account.


also in english law if a client makes it clear what the purpose of the goods is then the supplier must ensure that thier delivery meets the purpose. additionaly if the client does not specify special conditions then the risk passes back to the client

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