Effectiveness of anti-oral variation clauses upheld by the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

This article considers the recent decision in Rock Advertising Limited v MWB Business Exchange Centres Limited in which the English Supreme Court was asked to consider the legal effectiveness of No Oral Modification clauses, or NOM clauses as they are frequently referred to in contractual documents. In upholding the validity of NOM clauses, the Court has added much clarity and certainty to the standing of NOM clauses, and reinforced the primacy of the contractual terms in contract interpretation. Click here for more