UNFAIR CONTRACT TERMS ACT 1977
The aim of the 1977 Act was to regulate two contractual principles which had developed prior to the introduction of the Act. The two principles enabled:
- contracts to contain clauses which exempted one party from any liability to the other even where the other had been killed or injured by the fault of the first party; and
- notices to be used to disclaim liability for actions or situations not arising from contract.
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