Jobson v Johnson [1989]


  • A clause required that an unconscionable number of shares would be transferred in the event of a breach if contract
  • The contract was breached


  • How should a penalty clause be effected?


  • Enforced to the point of reasonableness


  • Couldn’t substitute money as would have affected the controlling interest in Southend United Football Club
RELATED CASE  Ward v Byham 1956

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