When drafting a contract, it makes sense to plan ahead for the unexpected.
Many of the contracts we have been drafting recently have included an ‘Endeavours Clause‘.
It is not uncommon for contracts to include an Endeavours Clause. Including this clause lays the responsibility on the parties to make every effort to achieve a particular result.
Normally, the result is the mission between the parties to make best, reasonable or all reasonable efforts to follow the agreed upon target and to make sure it is achieved.
On YOU LEGAL TV, I explain what an ‘Endeavours Clause’ is and how it can be useful in a contract.
You can also learn more about Endeavours Clauses in our blog post on All Reasonable Endeavours: What Are You Obliged to Do?
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