||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 171 (Aug)
|| EWHC 1954 (Ch)
Peter Smith J
||Mr Sheldon QC, Mr Isaacs and Mr Haywood (instructed by Denton Wilde Sapte LLP) for the applicants.
||Mr Howard QC, Mr Jowell and Mr Arnold (instructed by Olswang LLP) for the first respondent.
||Mr Anderson QC and Mr Cullen (instructed by Wiggon LLP) for the third respondent.
||20 August 2009
Contract - Enforceability - Terms - Linked clauses in master licence agreement and joint venture agreement - Master licence agreement terminating after signatories entering administration - First and third respondents entering new temporary licensing agreement - Whether new agreement extinguishing terms of original agreement.
Contract Enforceability. Chancery Division: In a dispute concerning the validity and applicability of linked clauses in a master licence agreement and a joint venture agreement, the court ruled that the clauses had been extinguished after the parties entered into a new agreement after the automatic termination of the master licence agreement in issue.
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