Contractual discretion: The age of reason?

David Hall, Tom Whittaker and Harry Jewson condense the lessons to be learned five years post-Braganza β€˜In those cases where a Braganza term has been implied, there is a clear justification that the term is necessary in order to prevent, or protect against, an abuse of power by the decision-maker.’ In Braganza v BP Shipping …
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