Contract should be read as a whole

If any part of the contract is ambiguous then the contract has to be read as a whole and the meaning of that ambiguous part should be sought from the said reading.

  • Sahebzada Mohammad Kamgarh Shah vs. Jagdish Chandra Deo Dhabal Deb and others, [1960] 3 SCR 604
  • Delhi Development Authority and Ors. vs. Nehru Place Hotels Ltd. and Ors., AIR 1984 Delhi 61
  • M.O.H. Uduman and Ors. v. M.O.H. Aslum, AIR 1991 SC 1020
  • Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics Inc. vs. Aventis Pharma Limited, 2010(2) Bom CR 317

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