"All Reasonable Endeavours"

When a party to a contract enters into an obligation to do something that obligation can be qualified by the obligor agreeing to use "reasonable endeavours" or "all reasonable endeavours".

A "reasonable endeavours" obligation only requires the obligor to take one reasonable course of action rather than a series of actions. An "all reasonable endeavours" obligation is more onerous and could require the obligor to take court action in order to achieve the desired result.