Commentary

41.7 Prohibition of assignment without consent—one party

BOILERPLATE AND COMMERCIAL CLAUSES vol 4(3)

41.7 Prohibition of assignment without consent—one party

41.7 Prohibition of assignment without consent—one party

Sometimes, contract clauses state that assignment is not permitted except with the consent of the other contracting party. For example, where the agreement is more ‘personal’ to one of the parties but less so to the other, such as a contract for services or an agency or franchise agreement, it is common to provide for assignment by one party only, and to prohibit any type of assignment by the other:

[B agrees with A] not to assign, charge or otherwise deal with this agreement in any way without the

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