Letters of intent can lead to uncertainty and costly disputes. John Starr discusses recent cases ‘The judge did not consider that the letter of intent itself imposed a condition that the contemplated replacement contract had to be the subject of formal execution.’Letters of intent are widely used in the construction industry as a means of …
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- Arcadis Consulting (UK) Ltd v AMEC (BSC) Ltd  EWHC 2509 (TCC)
- RTS Flexible Systems Ltd v Molkerei Alois Müller Gmbh & Company KG  UKSC 14
- Spartafield Ltd v Penten Group Ltd  EWHC 2295 (TCC)
- The Trustees of Ampleforth Abbey Trust v Turner & Townsend Project Management Ltd  EWHC 2137 (TCC)