Members of Chambers advise and conduct litigation in respect of contracts for the sale of goods of all types. We are equally busy across the range of contracts for services with a particular specialisation in those services with a connection to other areas of Chambers’ practice.
Disputes over these contracts often include questions of delivery, quality and conformity with contractual terms, with particular consideration to the statutory framework governing such agreements for the sale of goods and the supply of services and the financing of such agreements. In the case of the supply of services, disputes may raise questions of professional liability.
Members act for manufacturers, retailers and consumers in respect of defective and dangerous goods with particular regard to statutory regulation and unfair terms (such as terms purporting to exclude or restrict liability for breach of contract and otherwise) as well as acting for lenders and borrowers in respect of consumer credit agreements.
We are also experienced in disputes relating to contracts vitiated by mistake and in claims relating to actionable misdescription of goods, including innocent, negligent or fraudulent misrepresentations.