Exclusion Clauses: Beyond reason

Juli Lau examines the pitfalls of standard terms and conditions ‘The initial fault lay with the seller in selling goods with a visual defect, and a provision which transfers all the risk of liability to the buyer does not satisfy the statutory test of reasonableness.’Exclusion and limitation clauses often feature among the key issues in …
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Cases Referenced

  • Air Transworld Ltd v Bombardier Inc [2012] EWHC 243 (Comm)
  • Edmund Murray Ltd v BSP International Foundations Ltd (1992) 33 Con LR 1
  • Messer UK Ltd & anor v Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd & ors [2002] EWCA Civ 548
  • Messer UK Ltd & anor v Thomas Hardy Packaging Ltd & anor [2002] EWCA Civ 549
  • Saint Gobain Building Distribution Ltd (T/A International Decorative Surfaces) v Hillmead Joinery (Swindon) Ltd [2015] EWHC B7 (TCC)