Commentary

62.2 Consultation and consent distinguished

BOILERPLATE AND COMMERCIAL CLAUSES vol 4(3)
| Commentary

62.2 Consultation and consent distinguished

| Commentary

62.2 Consultation and consent distinguished

An obligation to consult with another party is less onerous than an obligation to obtain the other party’s consent to the proposed action. However, it is more onerous than an obligation merely to inform the other party of the proposed action.

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