The Court encouraged reasonable comparisons and found that the settled claims must be “manifestly desperate” before the transaction could be considered inappropriate. In this case, the Court held that the applicant had not settled the claims of third parties in knowingly excessive amounts, and those comparisons were appropriate in the circumstances. Justice Stuart Smith stated that each of the steps that led to the alleged losses was “predictable” and could be considered “fair and reasonably acquired” … Violation of the defendant`s contract.” On this basis, defendants should not be “immune from liability for foreseeable losses of this type.” So far, so good. However, transaction agreements can be extremely difficult to obtain. It is essential that the parties know exactly what they have agreed to do. For example, a contractor and an employer may agree that the contractor waives any request for an extension of time in exchange for a payment of X. Is this agreement only for delays that occurred before the billing date? If there is a subsequent relevant event that would normally give the contractor the right to extend the period, is that right excluded by the waiver? Or is it excluded only to the extent that it is entirely or partially attributable to a previous event for which the waiver was in effect? Does the waiver only prevent requests for an extension of time, so that the contractor can claim losses and charges? The Court examined authorities such as BCCI/Ali, Investors Compensation Scheme/West Bromwich Building Society and Arbuthnott/Fagan all of which confirm that transaction agreements must be interpreted as any other contract: their actual scope can only be determined on the basis of the context in which it was concluded. Since the courts reviewed by the scrupulous review examine the terms of the settlement agreement to determine the intentions of the parties and the reasons for the transaction, the parties should carefully consider both factors and ensure that they are reflected in the terms of the agreement.
El˜Shariat Afghan Hounds Kennel is Robert Rijnberk and Harriet van Itallie and situated in Oudenbosch, the Netherlands.
We live together with our 7 Afghan Hounds and our cat.
We occasionally breed a litter of Afghan Hounds; the important things to us are good conformation, good health, type and performance as well as beauty which has resulted in four champions "beauty and performance" until now. In our opinion, an Afghan Hound should be able to show and work.
We show our hounds regularly and also attend the race track and coursing events, this is important for their fitness and quality of life.
Harriet van Itallie & Robert Rijnberk
4731 DC Oudenbosch
Tel: +31165 785974