This work focuses on the substantive law relating to solicitors' negligence and breach of duty, including solicitors' undertakings and their liability in contract, tort and under the law of trusts and fiduciary duties. It deals with a variety of topics, from the general priniciples to specific situations and is a handy and practical guide to the procedural aspects of bringing and defending a claim for solicitors' negligence. Containing precedents, checklists and summaries, statutory materials and professional codes, this title is a useful and informative guide for all practitioners advising in solicitors' negligence cases.
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