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17 Oct 2017: Serena Cheng QC & Christopher Reid to speak at SCL Leeds

17th Oct 2017

Date
17/10/2017

Time
6:00 pm

Location
Leeds Beckett University, Lecture Theatre D, The Rose Bowl Building, Portland Way off Portland Crescent, Leeds, LS1 3HB

Serena Cheng QC and Christopher Reid will be speaking on “Termination in light of recent cases on repudiatory breach” at the Society of Construction Law on Tuesday 17 October 2017 in Leeds.

They will be addressing the recent developments in case law concerning the interaction between the right to terminate a contract at common law and/or pursuant to contract.

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