‘What Can Pakistan International Airlines Corp v Times Travel Tell Us About The “Reasonable Expectations Of Honest Men”?’

“While he might use differently gendered language today, the statement of Steyn LJ (as he then was) in his judgement in First Energy v Hungarian National Bank that the objective of ‘our’ law of contract is ‘to protect the reasonable expectations of honest men’, can be seen as a perfect encapsulation of decades of case law and doctrine that seem to point in this direction but so often leave this implicit (although much extra-judicial writing is clear on its importance) …” (more)

[Rick Canavan, Undergraduate Laws Blog, 17 February]

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