Third Party Contract in UK Law
Linden Gardens Trust Ltd v Lenesta Sludge Disposals Ltd and Others ; St Martins Property Corporation Ltd and Another v Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd (formerly Sir Robert McAlpine and Sons Ltd)
The reason for including the contractual prohibition viewed from the contractor's point of view must be that the contractor wishes to ensure that he deals, and deals only, with the particular employer with whom he has chosen to enter into a contract. Building contracts are pregnant with disputes: some employers are much more reasonable than others in dealing with such disputes.
In such a case, it seems to me proper, as in the case of the carriage of goods by land, to treat the parties as having entered into the contract on the footing that Corporation would be entitled to enforce contractual rights for the benefit of those who suffered from defective performance but who, under the terms of the contract, could not acquire any right to hold McAlpine liable for breach.
Don King Productions Inc. v Warren
The reason is quite simply that partnership property within s.20 Partnership Act 1890 includes that to which a partner is entitled and which all the partners expressly or by implication agree should, as between themselves, be treated as partnership property. It is immaterial, as between the partners, whether it can be assigned by the partner in whose name it stands to the partners jointly.
I agree with the judge that Re Turcan (1888) 40 Ch.D.5 at p. 10 shows clearly that the court will protect the interests of those contractually entitled to have the benefit of an inalienable asset before the fruits of the asset have been realised. In that case, as the House of Lords considered in Linden Gardens Ltd v Lenesta Ltd  1 AC 85, 106, the court gave effect to the intention of the parties by means of a declaration of trust.
Hely-Hutchinson v Brayhead Ltd
It is implied when it is inferred from the conduct of the parties and the circumstances of the cape, such as when the board of directors appoint one of their number to be managing director. They thereby impliedly authorise him to do all such things as fall within the usual scope of that office. Actual authority, express or implied, is binding as between the company and the agent, and also as between the company and others, whether they are within the company or outside it.
Nisshin Shipping Company Ltd v Cleaves & Company Ltd
The third party never was expressed to be a party to the arbitration agreement but, in view of the fact that he has in effect become a statutory assignee of the promisee's right of action against the promisor and because, by reason of the underlying policy of the 1999 Act expressed in section 1(4) he is confined to the means of enforcement provided by the contract to the promisee, namely arbitration, he is to be treated as standing in the shoes of that promisee for the purpose only of the enforcement of the substantive term.
Warner Bros. Records Inc. v Rollgreen Ltd
It seems to me that that principle applies, not only to a debt but also to an option. The grantorcannot be expected to act upon a letter (purporting to exercise the option) which comes out of the blue from some one or other of which heknows nothing. He must be told that it comes from an assignee who has taken an assignment. Nothing is therefore necessary to perfect the right of the assignee to exercise the option.
- Contract (Third Party Rights) (Scotland) Act 2017
- The Contract (Third Party Rights) (Scotland) Act 2017 (Commencement) Regulations 2018
Consumer Rights Act 2015
...... 1 . Consumer contracts for goods, digital content and services PART 1 . ... . . (b) any party to the contract does an act specified in it, or. ... . . (b) whatever title a third person has, even if it is limited. . (5) Every ......
Occupiers' Liability Act 1957
...... or repair by an independent contractor. employed by the occupier, the occupier is not to ... of contract on occupier's liability to third party.3 Effect of contract on occupier's ......
Legal Institutions and Informal Networks
The relationship between third-party contract enforcement and informal networks raises important sociological, political, and economic questions. When economic activ......... ABSTRACT The relationship between third-party contract enforcement and informal net- ......
Computer Maintenance — Speed and Quality are Vital
The need for third‐party companies to provide computer maintenance is certain to become more widespread as end users become more knowledgeable and specific in their requirements. The strength of a .........It would seem therefore that the need for third-party companies to provide computer maintenance ...There is also likely to be more contract flexibility. What other factors should be ......
Knowledge sharing in projects: does employment arrangement matter?
Purpose: – The core of project management is the management of a temporary task, often with a high degree of uniqueness. The purpose of this paper is to address project management issues where anot......... when external consultants on short-term contracts cooperatewith the employees of the focal firm. ... and external consultants employed by a third party; which is the most common external ......
THIRD PARTIES, INFORMATION DISCLOSURE AND MONITORING INCENTIVES
Within an incomplete contract setting, the paper analyses the role of third parties in ameliorating incentive problems arising in the context of financial contracts with costly verification and len.........Menichini n Abstract Within an incomplete contract setting, the paper analyses the role of third parties in ameliorating ...ﬁciency, as it is when the contract offer comes from the informed party, but to ensure project realisation, and thus to ensure that the surplus ......
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