Court ruling 'raises the bar' for pensions rectification cases

James Phillips
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Schemes must take legal advice when drafting errors are found
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Schemes must take legal advice when drafting errors are found

Pension schemes have been warned they may now face a more challenging legal test if they wish to fix drafting errors.

Where trustees discover that a document that they entered into does not reflect the intentions of the parties, they can apply to the courts for the contract to be rectified to reflect their intenti...

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