A recent case demonstrates the importance of clear wording when drafting a standstill agreement, as John Starr finds out ‘The principal argument between the parties was whether, on the true construction of the standstill agreements, they operated to suspend time for the purposes of limitation, or to extend time for those purposes.’ Parties continue to …
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- How Engineering Service Ltd v Southern Insulation (Medway) Ltd  EWHC 1878 (TCC)
- Re Moon (1886) 17 QBD 275
- Russell & anor v Stone & ors  EWHC 1555 (TCC)