Legally brief - Contracting out of lengthy time limits for pursuing disputes: when is it possible? - Part 1


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In the latest episode of Legally Brief, Olivia Jenkins and Miguel Henderson of Counsel at Gatehouse Chambers discuss scenarios in which contracting parties can and cannot reduce or lengthen statutorily applicable time limits for pursuing claims in their contracts.  In the first of a two part series, the pair focus on contractual certainty, the Limitation Act and Defective Premises Act, and risk factors to be borne in mind when contracting out of otherwise applicable limitation periods.

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