Commercial clauses for energy lawyers

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1 Confidentiality clause—mutual—using in-clause definitions Authorised Persons has the meaning given to it in clause 1.1; Confidential Information has the meaning given...

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1 Disputes 1.1 In the event of any dispute arising out of or in relation to this agreement such dispute shall be referred by either party, first, to [insert role] for...

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Introduction This document contains quick links to the precedents found in the Energy module. Where indicated with the term ‘EFP’, these links are to content from the...

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What is a force majeure clause Contractual force majeure (FM) clauses contain provisions which, where specified types of unforeseen circumstances beyond a contractual...

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1 Health and safety [Customer Policies means the policies of the Customer, current copies of which are set out in [insert schedule reference], and as the same may be...

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[Authorised Persons means a party’s [and its Group members’] officers, directors, members, partners, and any of [its OR their] employees, consultants, agents,...

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What are knock-for-knock indemnities? A knock-for-knock clause is a reciprocal agreement to apportion liability for certain losses (usually, death or injury to personnel...

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1 Liquidated damages—short form—fixed payment(s) 1.1 If Party A fails to [identify relevant obligation(s) to which the liquidated damages relate(s) as specifically as...

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1 Termination 1.1 This Agreement may be terminated by either party giving a minimum of [enter number] months’ notice in writing to the other party, such notice not to...

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