Commentary

30 Unusual circumstances

BANKING vol 4(1)
| Commentary

30 Unusual circumstances

| Commentary

30 Unusual circumstances

Even where the parties to an agreement are both English, consideration should always be given as to whether there are, in the particular circumstances, grounds for the inclusion of a governing law and jurisdiction clause. For example, the English customer may have assets in another jurisdiction, in which case an express submission by the customer to the jurisdiction of the courts of the country in which such assets are located, as well as to the English courts, together with a choice of English law as the governing law of the contract, will clearly be of value to

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