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A counterfactual that should, but all too often does not, go without saying.

Such profligacy in the chambers of parsimonious advocacy must come as a surprise — seeing as the founding principle of a contract is whomsoever the law has joined together in contract can, by the same mechanism, vary it, so such a statement can do no more than state the weft and warp of commerce — that is to say the bleeding obvious — but all too often it flows from the biro of one who, by her very qualification, is deemed to know better.

No oral amendments

Do not forget, the new law on the topic though: Rock Advertising Limited v MWB Business Exchange Centres Limited - no oral amendment clauses do mean what they say.

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