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Contract – Overage agreement – Interpretation – Consent – Not to be unreasonably withheld


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Contract – Overage agreement – Interpretation – Consent – Not to be unreasonably withheld


Minerva (Wandsworth) Ltd v Greenland Ram (London) Ltd [2017] EWHC 1457 (Ch) (Rose J) (23 June 2017)


We stay with overage agreements to highlight a slightly different issue. We provide a brief resume; the full judgment runs to 77 pages! The importance of the case can be seen from the ordnance deployed, Nicholas Dowding QC and Mark Sefton for the claimant and David Elvin QC and Charles Banner for the defendant.


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