We still don’t really know where we’re going or when we’re going to get there and although we’ve passed 29 March, 12 April is still rapidly approaching and it’s time to think about how contractual references to EU legislation will apply in the UK after exit day (whenever that may be). The CLLS recently published guidance which confirms that key provisions of the EU Withdrawal Act will not apply to private contracts. As a result, parties should consider taking steps to ensure that contractual provisions apply as intended after Brexit.


Our sister blog, Talking Business, recently looked at the potential impact of Brexit on private contracts and what steps parties should be looking to take >>

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