Agreement To Agree Hong Kong Law
In any case, the parties may have the flexibility of the contract to elaborate certain things by an agreement between them during the contract. However, I do not understand why a court could not find that one party did not fulfil its trial obligations in a certain way (provided that those obligations were sufficiently secure) and that, as a result, the other party missed opportunities to reach an agreement with other parties (this is particularly the case where the provisional document contains exclusivity provisions) or the costs of maintaining a negotiation arose on the basis of legitimate expectations. on the behaviour of the other party. . . .