China Supply Chain Contracts: The Contract (Liquidated) Damages Provision

Supply Chain Management Review (SCMR.com, October 2015))

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Chris Carr

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Dan Harris

Harris Bricken Law Firm

Date Written: 2015

Abstract

A well crafted and reasonable liquidated damages provision is one of the best leverage tools available for preventing the counterpart and supplier in a supply chain contract from breaching their agreements. This is also the primary reason for having a written contract in the first place. In this article, we discuss what the parameters of a good liquidated damages provision should look like in a China focused supply chain contract.

Keywords: China, Contracts, Liquidated Damages, Liquidated Damage Clauses, Supply Chain, Supply Chain Contracts

Suggested Citation

Carr, Chris and Harris, Dan, China Supply Chain Contracts: The Contract (Liquidated) Damages Provision (2015). Supply Chain Management Review (SCMR.com, October 2015)), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3692002

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Dan Harris

Harris Bricken Law Firm ( email )

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