Commonwealth Caribbean Tort Law

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Cavendish Pub., 2003 - Law - 432 pages
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Tort law is a subject of primary importance in the study and practice of the common law in the Caribbean. This work is now well established as the leading text on tort law in the region. and this third edition incorporates the most recent developments in law and legal thinking. New cases discussed in the text include the important Caribbean judgments in Bonnick v Morris. Mitchell v Charles and Gordon v Panday. and the decisions of the House of Lords in Reynolds v Times Newspapers. White v Jones and Lister v Hesley Hall Ltd. Although conceived primarily as a text for the LLB degree courses in Caribbean universities. this book is also essential reading for students preparing for the new CAPE Law examinations and the various paralegal courses in the region. Legal practitioners will find the book useful as a work of ready reference. and it will also be of interest to those business executives. industrialists. insurance agents and journalists who require some knowledge of this most important area of the law.

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