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Problems in Assignment Law: Not yet out of the wood? / Andrew Tettenborn

Contract Formation & Parties (The Oxford-Norton Rose Law Colloquium), Pages: 183 - 204

Swansea University Author: Andrew, Tettenborn

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English law continues to be ambivalent about anti-assignment clauses in contracts: saying that they are effective, while at the same time accepting the possibility of a declaration of trust of the benefit of an obligation incapable of equitable assignment. In addition there continues to be confusion...

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Published in: Contract Formation & Parties (The Oxford-Norton Rose Law Colloquium)
Published: Oxford Oxford University Press 2010
Online Access: http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199583706.do#.UmZOEHBwo1I
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Abstract: English law continues to be ambivalent about anti-assignment clauses in contracts: saying that they are effective, while at the same time accepting the possibility of a declaration of trust of the benefit of an obligation incapable of equitable assignment. In addition there continues to be confusion over the relation between assignment, champerty and non-assignability.
College: Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law
Start Page: 183
End Page: 204