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Springwell in the Court of Appeal: What does it mean for Banks?

10 November 2010

Litigation Alert

Note on Court of Appeal decision in Springwell v JP Morgan, where court affirmed that, in principle, there is nothing to stop two parties agreeing in their contracts that a certain state of affairs exists, even if they both know that in fact the statement is not true.

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