Commentary

62.4 Drafting points—consultation

BOILERPLATE AND COMMERCIAL CLAUSES vol 4(3)
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62.4 Drafting points—consultation

| Commentary

62.4 Drafting points—consultation

Instead of accepting a general contractual obligation to consult (with all that such an obligation implies), a party may wish to state specifically what it will do. For example, the party may wish to state:

  1. (a)

        at what point in the decision making process it will inform the other party;

  2. (b)

        what information it will provide;

  3. (c)

        how much time the other party will have to give its views;

  4. (d)

        what level of obligation the consulting party has to take those views of the other party into consideration;

  5. (e)

        that if the other party fails to

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