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LCC: “Subject to review” clauses – Is there an intention to be immediately bound?

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“Subject to review” clauses are frequently used in fixture proposals to indicate that the parties have not yet agreed to an enforceable contract. However, the recent case of Toptip vs Mercuria in Singapore demonstrates such language may not be sufficient to avoid the contract coming into force. 

In our latest article, Yap Yin Soon – Partner at Allen & Gledhill, explains the decision of the Singapore courts and what actions Members can take to protect themselves.

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