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"Endeavours" clauses, whether described as "all reasonable endeavours", "best endeavours" or "reasonable endeavours", have resisted a fixed definition in case law: their meanings are derived from the context of the relevant contract, rather than from decisions in previous cases. However, recent case law from Singapore and Australia has provided some general guidance on the interpretation of such clauses. This article examines these decisions and provides some practical tips for drafting such clauses.

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