The Law of Damages
This essential text on the Law of Damages provides a comprehensive and authoritative account of the legal principles to be applied in assessing damages. It examines the current law and also highlights areas for possible future development. The text covers all the key areas and general principles of damages making it an essential text for both practitioners and academics.
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Table of statutes
Copyright Designs and Patents Fatal Accidents Act 1976 contd
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affd amount apply Asp MLC award Bank basis breach of contract buyer causation cause of action Chief Constable claim claimant common law compensation consequential loss contributory negligence Corpn cost Council Court of Appeal decision defendant defendant's diminution in value disability duty EGLR entitled EWCA Civ EWHC example facie fact failed foreseeable Health Authority held hence House of Lords incurred interest IRLR liability limited Lloyd's Rep London Lord Denning loss suffered LS Gaz Ltd1 Ltd2 measure of damages Misrepresentation Act 1967 mitigate Newspapers Ltd owner payment personal injury PIQR plaintiff PNLR principle profits punitive damages reason recover recovery repair respect result revsd rule seller Shipping Sol Jo LB solicitors sub nom suggested third party tort Torts Interference trespass unreported wrong