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McLauchlan, David (2011) A construction conundrum. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2011 3: 428-448. 57 5
McLauchlan, D. (2004) A contract conundrum?. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 10 3: 189-202. 62  
Brazier, Lauren and McLauchlan, David (2013) A failure to perform: but was it a breach?. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 25 5: 1107-1121. 110 6
McLauchlan, David (2011) Common intention and contract interpretation. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2011 1: 30-50. 58 1
McLauchlan, David W. (2010) Commonsense principles of interpretation and rectification. Law Quarterly Review, 126: 8-14. 94  
McLauchlan, David (2014) Construction and implication: in defence of Belize Telecom. Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 203-240. 11  
McLauchlan, David and Lees, Matthew (2011) Construction controversy. Journal of Contract Law, 28 2: 101-121. 60 2
McLauchlan, David (2013) Contract damages: fundamental principle, fundamental disagreement. Canadian Business Law Journal, 46 1: 89-94. 12  
McLauchlan, D. W. (2006) Contract Formation, Contract Interpretation and Subsequent Consequences. University of Queensland Law Journal, 25 1: 77-110. 318  
McLauchlan, David (2009) Contract interpretation and subsequent conduct. New Zealand Law Journal, 125-127. 61  
McLauchlan, David (2004) Contract Interpretation : A Return to Judicial Conservatism?. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 10 66-84. 47  
McLauchlan, David (2010) Contract interpretation in the Supreme Court: Easy case, hard law?. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 16 3: 229-267. 204 6
McLauchlan, David W. (2009) Contract Interpretation: What Is It About?. The Sydney Law Review, 31 1: 5-51. 51  
McLauchlan, D. W. (2005) Defying common sense in contract. New Zealand Law Journal, 2005 9: 300-302. 72  
McLauchlan, David W. (2010) Deleted words, prior negotiations and contract interpretation. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 24 2: 277-301. 37  
McLauchlan, David (2013) "Frustration" in the Court of Appeal. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 44 3/4: 593-608. 31 4
McLauchlan, D. W. (2006) In Defence of a Role for Subsequent Conduct in Contract Interpretation. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 12 30-49. 134  
McLauchlan, D. W. (2005) In defence of the fourth category of preliminary agreements. Journal of Contract Law, 21 3: 286-305. 416 3
McLauchlan, David W. (2002) Intention, Incompleteness and Uncertainty in the New Zealand Court of Appeal. Journal of Contract Law, 18 2: 153-179. 385 2
McLauchlan, D. W. (2004) Interpretation and necessary implications. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 21 2: 331-337. 66  
McLauchlan, David W. (2009) Interpretation and Rectification: Lord Hoffmann's Last Stand. New Zealand Law Review, 2009 3: 431-453. 52  
McLauchlan, D. W. (2006) Is there a reliance interest in contact damages?. New Zealand Law Journal, August 254-257. 60  
McLauchlan, David W. and Bigwood, Rick (2011) Lapse of offers due to changed circumstances: A contract conversation. Journal of Contract Law, 27 3: 222-246. 62 1
McLauchlan, D. W. (2005) Mistake of identity and contract formation. The Journal of Contract Law, 21 1: 1-50. 659 2
McLauchlan, David and Lees, Matthew (2012) More construction controversy. Journal of Contract Law, 29 2: 97-120. 67 4
McLauchlan, David (2013) More on implied terms. New Zealand Law Journal, 9 346-349. 10  
McLauchlan, David (2003) More on the Contractual Mistakes 'Code'. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 9 51-65. 34  
McLauchlan, D. W. (2005) Objectivity in contract. University of Queensland Law Journal, 24 2: 479-497. 217  
McLauchlan, D. W. (2005) Parol evidence and contract formation. Law Quarterly Review, 121 January: 9-16. 164  
McLauchlan, David W. (2009) Plain Meaning and Commercial Construction: Has Australia Adopted the ICS Principles?. Journal of Contract Law, 25 1: 7-38. 119  
McLauchlan, David (2014) Refining rectification. Law Quarterly Review, 130 83-111. 67 11
McLauchlan, D. W. (2007) Reliance damages for breach of contract. New Zealand Law Review, 2007 417-457. 581 5
McLauchlan, D. W. (2007) Some issues in the assessment of expectation damages. New Zealand Law Review, 2007 563-629. 376 2
McLauchlan, D. W. (2005). The Agreement to Negotiate in Good Faith: A Non-Justifiable Contract?. In: I Eagles, New Zealand Business Law Quarterly. Commercial Good Faith Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, (454-478). 2 September 2005. 128  
McLauchlan, David (2012) The contract that neither party intends. Journal of Contract Law, 29 26-46. 67 3
McLauchlan, David (2008) The ‘drastic’ remedy of rectification for unilateral mistake. Law Quarterly Review, 124 608-640. 97 4
McLauchlan, David (2012) The entire agreement clause: conclusive or a question of weight?. Law Quarterly Review, 128 521-540. 109 8
McLauchlan, David W. (2003) The justiciability of an agreement to negotiate in good faith. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 20 3: 265-298. 366 2
McLauchlan, David (2011) The redundant reliance interest in contract damages. Law Quarterly Review, 127 23-27. 128 3
McLauchlan, David (2013) The uncertain basis of the postal acceptance rule?. Journal of Contract Law, 30 1: 33-51. 128 5
McLauchlan, David W. (2008) Timely payment but no settlement: A necessary requirement of notification?. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 14: 37-44. 23