Engagement letters

Engagement letters are used by accountants, investment banks and other advisers to limit their liability when giving advice. This note deals with the issues that arise when limiting liability and summarises the provisions most commonly found in engagement letters.

PLC Corporate (based on an article in PLC Magazine written by Charles Randell, Slaughter and May)


 

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