Teenseks chat - Effect of backdating a contract

by  |  06-Jun-2019 01:19

1.32 recommends that in such contexts, you put in the introductory clause the date the contract is signed, rather than the date performance began.

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I am moved to put this issue to you, as it is in some ways related to your comments in MSCD and elsewhere on back-dating contracts, which I agree is a no-no, especially for public companies, or making contracts “retroactively effective” in similar ways.

I have come across a number of instances in which companies have contracts that were not “evergreen,” which then expired, but where the expiration was perhaps unintentional, or the parties decided that they wanted to continue doing business after all.

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