Ken Adams is a consultant, writer, and speaker on contract drafting. As the author of A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting, he’s the leading authority on the building blocks of contract language. He’s also at the forefront of contract automation. You can find on this website information about his activities and interests.
Stating Warranties Relating to “Future Facts”
I’d like to revisit something discussed in MSCD—how one states warranties relating to, for example, goods yet to be delivered. Consider the following: Acme warrants that …