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.
Does a Condition Not Make Sense if the Party Subject to the Condition Can Ignore It?
Acme has an inventory of widgets. For whatever reason, the following is in a contract between Acme and WidgetCo: It is a condition to Acme’s …