2 / 6 / 2016
It is a virtue of English contract law that in litigation it produces outcomes in line with commercial expectations. For this reason, Lloyd Maynard considers dissatisfied customers within the FCA Redress Scheme are unlikely to have a claim for breach of contract. Find out why, as Lloyd addresses Mitting J’s hypothetical question raised in the recent Holmcroft Properties judicial review hearing.
This article has been published in the June 2016 edition of the Journal of International Banking and Finance Law ((2016) 6 JIBFL 356). An earlier version of the article can be found here.