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Courts increasingly uphold freedom of contract in shipbuilding cases

The law relating to shipbuilding continues to draw interested parties to work under the jurisdiction of the English courts, which have consistently made clear they are reluctant to interfere with parties’ right to contract on whatever terms that they wish, and to give practical effect to that agreement if possible

English law will still be the predominant choice for international shipbuilding in the future because it is providing a track record of practicality and consistency in the way it approaches the subject

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