Commentary

155 Garden contracts and management agreements

ALLOTMENTS, SMALLHOLDINGS AND GARDENS vol 2(3)
| Commentary

155 Garden contracts and management agreements

| Commentary

155 Garden contracts and management agreements

Gardens owners, particularly local authorities and developers, often enter into contracts with landscape gardeners and general garden contractors for the maintenance of gardens. Such contracts are no different from other commercial contracts and the advisers of both parties should have regard to such matters as the period of the contract, details of work to be performed and standards, what payments are to be made and when, and the consequences of breach and of liquidation or bankruptcy of the parties. As to the consequences of breach of contract, express provision should be made. In the

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