Without providing a detailed explanation of the laws relating to attribution in that country, since all those considering this short work would have the minimum knowledge of the law on attribution, it is proposed that this brief work move directly to the issue in question: the prohibition of assignment and the law.A. The law prohibits clauses against assignment1. Linden Gardens Trust Ltd v Lenesta Sludge Disposals Ltd (1994) 1 AC 85 (1993) 3 All ER 417 [House of Lords]It was decided that there was no reason for public policy not to implement the clause prohibiting the assignment of the contract in question, the legitimate business objective of which is to ensure that the original parties are not put into direct contractual contact with third parties. The assignment of a right under a treaty is an exception to the rule of law, since rights that are not parties are granted to persons that are not parties. It should be noted that a charge (i.e. contractual liability, such as for example. B the obligation to pay for the work) cannot be assigned. Contracts used in the construction industry often contain terms that limit or prohibit orders. Such conditions have the effect of invalidating any alleged assignment to the other party – cf. Linden Gardens against Lanesta Sludge  1 AC 85, where a poorly worded clause, in a now replaced version of a form of JCT contract, was considered to prevent the assignment of certain rights in that contract. However, the right to prevent the assignment may be lost as a result of the waiver. Second, despite the fact that the word “absolutely” is used in the assignment clause (No.
4), other clauses indicating that the full and complete usefulness of the contract of sale, as well as all the rights, title and interests of the applicants, were not transferred to the respondent. Article 19 authorizes or recognizes, inter alia, that plaintiffs may enforce or create a mortgage or an additional or subsequent assignment charge on such property or parts, which would not constitute an event of delay; The only sanction that invites such an event is that the bank has the right to open a separate account and that the money reimbursed by the complainants is paid into such a new account and is not treated as a repayment of the loan. I think that a clause such as the foregoing, which allows the complainant to exercise rights in that property, as if he were still the owner of the property, must certainly recognise, by strong references to paragraphs 15, 26 and 33 above, that the applicants have the right to own and enjoy that property, Unless applicants are required to insure themselves. You cultivate and care for the same thing. If the assignment were to be absolute to transfer all rights, title and shares of the property cited, as claimed by the respondent, the applicant`s occupation and use of the property in question would be possible only with the respondent`s authorization and licence. However, there are no words in the assignment of loans that indicate that the plaintiffs` position is that of a licensee. . . .