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McGregor on Damages: 2nd Supplement (18th Revised edition)

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Author(s): McGregor, Harvey, QC;
Classification(s): Damages & compensation;
ISBN-13: 9780414047761
ISBN-10: 0414047761
Publication Date: 25 Nov 2011
Imprint: Sweet & Maxwell
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Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding: Paperback

The 1st supplement to the 18th edition of McGregor on Damages brings the mainwork up to date with the latest developments.Coverage in the new supplement includes:

  • Omak Maritime Ltd v Mamola Challenger Shipping Co: introduces an important new qualification on a contracting party’s right to claim for wasted expenditure
  • Supershield Ltd v Siemens Building Technologies FE Ltd, CA: holds a loss unlikely to result not to be contractually too remote
  • ASM Shipping Ltd of India v TTMI Ltd of England, The Amer Energy and Sylvia Shipping Company Ltd v Progress Bulk Carriers Ltd: deal with whether The Achilleas has radically changed remoteness in contract
  • Glory Wealth Shipping PTE Ltd v North China Shipping Ltd, CA and Choil Trading SA v Sahara Energy Resources Ltd: take mitigation somewhat further than before
  • Durham Tees Valley Airport Ltd v bmibaby Ltd, CA: takes a new practical approach to uncertainty over a defendant’s contractual obligations
  • The Civil Law Reform Bill proposes to replace the statutory provisions on interest with legislation that turns decisions on rates over to the Lord Chancellor, and also proposes changes to damages for gratuitous care of injured and dependants, changes to taking into account remarriage and breakdown of marriage, and increase in entitled dependants for financial loss and for bereavement
  • Beechwood Birmingham Ltd v Hoyer Group UK Ltd, CA: extends the rule of damages for loss of use of public non-profit earning vehicles to private vehicles generally
  • Zabihi v Janzemini, CA: imposes limits on the useful rule in Armory v Delamirie




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