This article posted to our partner site Mondaq.com describes two Nova Scotia cases in which parties who thought they had agreed on a settlement and release (in principle), ended up in court to fight over the actual terms of the release. For more details on whether ‘further documentation’ is a condition of the release, or merely a ‘papering’ of an agreement already made, read the full article by clicking the link above.

 

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