Surety bonds - still as good as cash?

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Another bite at the apple? Back to school on discovery

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Contractual ambiguity - even in clarity

Time and time again we come across a reminder of what can go wrong with a badly drafted agreement.  Best case scenario, the supplier does not need to refer to the contract, worst case, it costs millions.

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Bikies, Torture, and the Law of Property: A Lesson in Knowing Who You’re Dealing With

A businessman learns that one of his competitors is about to cease trading and wants to sell its business assets.  After meeting with the competitor and confirming that the assets are in good order, an agreement is reached and the assets are sold.  Then, years later, a person the businessman has never met turns up wanting to know where all his business assets have gone.  How could this happen!?

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