Commentary

15.1 Deciding if schedules are part of agreement

BOILERPLATE AND COMMERCIAL CLAUSES vol 4(3)
| Commentary

15.1 Deciding if schedules are part of agreement

| Commentary

15: SCHEDULES

(For clauses relating to schedules see Form 15.1 [1264] onwards.)

15.1 Deciding if schedules are part of agreement

A schedule to an agreement usually contains information about specific aspects of the agreement, for example a list of property to be sold under the agreement. Operative provisions of the agreement (if particularly long or detailed) are sometimes set out in a schedule to ensure that the logical flow of the substantive clauses is not interrupted and obscured. For example, in a research collaboration agreement, the details of the research work that a party will need to carry out may be set

To continue reading
View the latest version of this document, as well as thousands of others like it, sign in to LexisLibrary or register for a free trial