Anti-oral variation clauses have been held to be legally effective following the recent Supreme Court decision in Rock Advertising Ltd v MWB Business Exchange Centres Ltd [2018] UKSC 24. Anti-oral variation clauses set out that any amendments to an agreement will not be legally binding unless they are made in writing and signed by all the parties. In Rock Advertising, the use of an anti-oral variation clause did prevent subsequent oral variations being made to an agreement.

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