The Rollover Contract: A Comparative View

June 1, 2010 by Abraham Neuhaus

The rollover contract is an essential tool for those engaged in an employer-employee relationship, as it creates a default agreement which in turn places the onus of negotiation upon those who wish to alter its paradigm.  Similarly, landlords and tenants rely on the rollover contract and its useful default practicability.  Under most legal systems, including the American common law, public policy concerns have influenced the application of the rollover doctrine in various legal relationships.  Thus, landlord tenant law and employment law currently have very little in common in their application of the rollover doctrine and have evolved into entirely separate bodies of law.              This article will demonstrate how Jewish Law draws on the same legal doctrines in its application [....] Read More…