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PARTY INTENTIONS AND REMOTENESS BEYOND “ASSUMPTIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY”

Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly

Party intentions and remoteness beyond “assumptions of responsibility” A-G of BVI v Global Water Myron Phua * A party (“C”) enters into two separate, but related, contracts with its counterparty (“D”). Both contracts form part of a single commercial transaction. C’s performance of a specific term in Contract A is practically required for Contract B to be performed (the * The Queen’s College, Oxford. 46

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