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Exclusion and Exemption Clauses 166-170 278 281 288 355-356 An exclusion clauses is a term of the contract which limits or excludes a liability from one party which would otherwise be subjected to The function of an exclusion clause is to limit or exclude liability for breach of an express or implied term or even negligence in a contract The court approach to interpreting such a clause is to interpret them narrowlyWith an unsigned documents an exclusion clause will be binding only if the clause was brought to the notice of the customer This notice must be reasonable notice and is determined objectively by the courtsThe document containing the exclusion clause must be of a contractual nature before the courts will hold the exclusion clause to be binding To determine whether a clause is a contractual document the court employ the reasonable person test and askWould a reasonable person expect such a document to contain an exclusion clause or would it merely represent a receipt or voucherIf notice of the exclusion clause is not given until after the contract has been completed the exclusion clause will not be binding If the customer has had previous dealings with the defendant the court will more readily infer knowledge of the exclusion clause If the customer through his previous dealings knows about the clause then he will be bound by itHenry Kendall Sons v William Lilico 168If the effect or scope of exclusion clause has been misrepresented to the customers the exclusion clause is not binding
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