Specify "Arbitration" with ClarityIan Clarke
April 1, 2009 — 333 views
The principal concept of every contract or agreement is to achieve the intent of the parties. The courts will examine the language of a contract to determine if the terms are clear and unambiguous. It is not the responsibility of the court to rephrase the language or to add any missing terms. Reasonably clear contract construction must take place when forming the contract.