The parties met to negotiate a settlement of the terms of the plaintiff’s withdrawal from a pool insurance scheme. They signed a record of the meeting, but then claimed the record did not amount to a legally binding agreement. The defendants appealed an order in favour of the plaintiffs.
Held: The appeal failed. The judge had been entitled, on the material before him, to conclude that the record was not intended to be legally binding, and had been correct to allow adduction of evidence to show this.
 1 Lloyd’s Rep 239
England and Wales
Cited – City Connect Management Ltd v Telia International Carrier UK and Another TCC 30-Jul-2004
The parties sought the expenses incurred in negotiating a development contract which failed before the documents were signed. . .
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Updated: 11 July 2021; Ref: scu.276215