Implied contracts formed post term

It is not uncommon, where good business relationships exist, for the parties to continue to work together after the expiry of a fixed term contract (Expired Contract).  This typically occurs where there is a fixed term for the agreement and that termination date comes and passes.  While it is great to form such good business relationships, contracts are there for a purpose and there are no guarantees that good business relationships will persist.

So what is the nature of the contractual relationship between the parties in such circumstances?

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The doctrine of repudiation – when good deals go bad

Contracting in business can get complicated, particularly if one party appears unwilling or unable to hold up their side of the bargain.   The common law doctrine of repudiation is one basis for terminating a contract and seeking appropriate damages for the other party’s ‘repudiatory’ conduct. [Read more…]

Federal Court rules on unfair contract terms

The recent decision of the Federal Court of Australia in Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v JJ Richards & Sons Pty Ltd [2017] FCA 1224 serves as a reminder to businesses that use standard form contracts to carefully review their terms.

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