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What's It Worth? Updated Awards of General Damages in Non-Personal Injury Claims Volume 1: Property Claims

Edited by: Andrew Goodman

ISBN13: 9781858113098
ISBN: 1858113091
Published: July 2004
Publisher: XPL Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £56.00

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This work is the first attempt to provide a readily searchable single source digest of all reported awards of general damages since 1985 in non-personal injury claims, or, as appropriate, over a shorter period where there has been Court of Appeal intervention to lay down guidelines for cases where damages are ""at large"", such as Thompson & Hsu v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis in connection with the award of damages in claims against the police. The breadth of the subject matter to be included is huge, but for the purpose of attempting a sensible classification the awards have been grouped into property and property-related claims, which forms the first part of the work.

This volume provides the reader with an one-stop guide to awards in areas as diverse as: trespass to property, nuisance, breach of covenant, unlawful eviction, harassment, disrepair and user obligations, professional negligence, breaches of contract for the supply of goods and services including breaches of contracts providing for enjoyment or peace of mind, the loss of use of personal property,

An invaluable and unique guide, property litigators will find it an invaluable tool to answer the client's key question with authority: What's It Worth?