Partner Ned Beale and Professor Hugh Beale publish case note in Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly


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Trowers & Hamlins partner Ned Beale together with Professor Hugh Beale have published a case note in leading academic journal Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly on the recent rectification judgment, FSHC Group v Glas Trust [2019] EWCA Civ 560.

The note discusses the reasons for the Court of Appeal imposing a subjective test for determining common intention in common mistake rectification, and some of the legal and practical issues this may cause. 

For further information, please see Common Mistake Rectification: Subjective Intentions v Objective Meaning [2020] LMCLQ 1 (here, behind firewall). 

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