The recent case of Fishbourne v Stephens demonstrates that conditional option agreements, while a useful development tool, can cause a whole raft of issues if poorly drafted. Julian Greenhill QC, Danny Revitt and George Cohen consider its implications The Court of Appeal concluded that an interpretation that enabled the option-holder to trigger the option with …
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