9781849468398 (online) 9781849464079 (hardback) 9781782253266 (electronic book) 9781849467513 (PDF)
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Part 1. Introduction: A brief introduction to the contract damage award Part 2. Types of complaint: Pure services : non-supply/defective supply/delayed supply Misadvice (especially professional negligence) and contractual misstatement Property non-delivery, destruction and defects (damage, sale, construction, misrepair) Refusal/failure to accept performance Temporary loss of use of the claimant's property Loss of use of money, including obligations to pay Claims by a tenant or hirer Warranties and indemnities Negative covenants Part 3. Factual causation and actual loss: The breach position : proving what actually happened The non-breach position : proving what would have happened but for the breach Part 4. Legal principles of remoteness, mitigation and legal causation: Remoteness and scope of duty Legal causation and mitigation and the breach position Intervening acts and events by category The date of assessment Part 5. Particular types of loss requiring separate examination: Proving business loss : revenue, profit and costs Non-pecuniary loss Indemnity for liability to third parties and compensation for litigation costs Part 6. Other matters: Third parties and loss Wrotham Park hypothetical bargain damages Non-compensatory damages Concurrent claims.