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Remedies for Breach of Contract DIFC/UAE

BB69-07 Course duration: 4 hours Number of points allocated: 4 point

  • 280 British pounds
  • GB

Service Description

Remedies for Breach of Contract under DIFC Law in comparison with UAE Law Course Description This Course critically assesses the remedies available for breach of contract under DIFC law. The course places emphasis on when a breach occurs, termination, equitable remedies, and damages for breach. The course highlights the differences between DIFC law and UAE law. Course Aims and objectives are: • Understanding the philosophical and jurisprudential foundation of the law relating to remedies for breach of contract and the common law origins of the DIFC contract law • Understand in detail all the available remedies for breach of contract such as termination, specific performance, damages, exemption of liability, and liquidated damages agreements. • Appreciate the role of sharia in the determination of which remedies are available, and the limits imposed by the principle of gharar under UAE law • Brief discussion of the approach where- applicable under other leading systems such as French and English law. Course Programme 3 hours presentation and 1 hour problem solving and discussion


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CANCELLATION AND RESCHEDULING BY US At times it may be necessary for us to change the accredited CLPD Course content, and/or Venue from those published. Whilst we will use our reasonable endeavours to provide notice of such changes at least three(3) days’ before the date of the accredited CLPD Course, we will not be held liable for any costs/losses incurred as a result of any such changes. In addition, it may also be necessary on occasion to cancel an accridited CLPD Course, including where the minimum number of participants has not been met. In the event an accredited course is cancelled: we shall endeavour to provide notice of such cancellation to you at least three(3) days before the date of the accredited CLPD Course; your CLPD Account will be refunded ; and cancellation, re-scheduling and non-attendance by you Provided that you cancel your attendance at a accredited CLPD Course at least seven (7) days’ before the date of the relevant Mandatory CLPD Course: your CLPD Account shall be refunded In the event you fail to give prior notice required your Credit in respect of that accrideted CLPD Course will be forfeited and you shall have no entitlement to be to a refund.


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  • England, United Kingdom

    Info@resolve-law.com


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