| Commentary

41.2 Assignment of rights

| Commentary

41.2 Assignment of rights

Generally, it is possible to assign rights under a contract without the consent of the other contracting party1. This general principle does not apply to contracts that:

  1. (a)

        involve a personal relationship (eg agent or employee); or

  2. (b)

        include an express or implied term preventing assignment.

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