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Remedies The City Law School

Remedies By The City Law School

Remedies by The City Law School

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Remedies ensures that trainee barristers can correctly identify remedial relief and calculate damages for their clients. Combining explanations of substantive law with problems and worked examples, the reader is encouraged to apply their knowledge and find practical solutions to problems likely to be encountered in practice.

Remedies Summary

Remedies: 2009-2010 by The City Law School

Adopting a highly practical approach, Remedies is designed to help trainee barristers to identify and choose appropriate remedial relief, and calculate damages where necessary. Offering full coverage of the general principles underpinning remedies in both contract and tort, the book also provides coverage of the specific remedies which are available in various areas of the law including judicial review, trusts, unlawful discrimination, and EC remedies ensuring that junior barristers are fully prepared for practice. Realistic problems and worked examples feature throughout, encouraging students to apply the relevant law and practise choosing the remedy which will best serve their client's objective. Remedies is essential reading for all trainee barristers, and is also a useful source of reference for junior practitioners wishing to refresh or refine their skills in this area. Online Resource Centre An additional chapter on remedies relating to real property is available online.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction; 2. Who to sue?; 3. Liability for breach of contract; 4. Liability in tort; 5. Damages in contract; 6. Damages in tort; 7. Liability and damages for misrepresentation; 8. Equitable remedies in contract; 9. Injunctions; 10. Bailment and interference with goods; 11. Quantum of damages for personal injury; 12. Quantum of damages for a fatal accident; 13. Other equitable remedies; 14. Judicial review; 15. Remedies in the law of trusts; 16. Remedies for unlawful discrimination; 17. European Community law remedies; 18. European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms; 19. Class problems in contract and tort

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Remedies: 2009-2010 by The City Law School
Used - Very Good
Oxford University Press
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