September 2023

For many people, buying a home will be the biggest purchase one makes during their lifetime. While most recognize the significance of signing an agreement of purchase and sale on the dotted line, many might be surprised to know there are substantial legal consequences that can flow from dealings at much earlier stages of the...
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The duty to mitigate requires parties who suffer harm to take reasonable steps to limit the extent of their damages caused by defendants. A recent Court of Appeal case clarified that independent contractors are required to mitigate their damages when facing breaches in fixed-term contracts. Previously, leading case law on this topic focused on the...
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