PRE-CONTRACTUAL NEGOTIATIONS INADMISSIBLE
Canterbury Golf International Ltd v Yoshimoto  UKPC 40
In our January 2002 issue (at pp.5–8), in the context of a discussion of the decision of the Court of Appeal of Singapore in
Management Corporation Strata Title Plan No 1933 v Liang Huat Aluminium Ltd
 BLR 351 , we discussed the extent to which evidence of pre-contractual negotiations is admissible in evidence when interpreting a contract. The Privy Council in
Canterbury Golf International Ltd v Yoshimoto
 UKPC 40 has re-affirmed the general rule that evidence of pre-contractual negotiations is not generally admissible.
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