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Guarantees unenforceable as deeds due to improper execution may take effect as simple contracts (Signature Living Hotel Ltd v Sulyok)

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23 March 2020

Banking & Finance analysis: Guarantees executed, but unenforceable, as deeds may take effect as simple contracts where supported by sufficient consideration. Written by Ben Archer, barrister, at 4 New Square Chambers.

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  • Title: Guarantees unenforceable as deeds due to improper execution may take effect as simple contracts (Signature Living Hotel Ltd v Sulyok)
  • Publication date: 09/03/2020
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