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Exclusions and Limitation of Liability Part
1. Indirect and Consequential Loss ·
Remoteness of loss and “the two
limbs rule” in Hadley -v- Baxendale...
The fears of Professional
Indemnity Insurers that adjudication would hasten some sort of
Armageddon never really came to pass. Most adjudications have...
The 3 years since the first edition of the Office of Government
Commerce guidance on the Standardisation of PFI Contracts have seen
Construction Limited v E Clarke and Sons (Coaches) Limited, Court
of Appeal, 16.7.02 (2002) EWCA CIV 972
The Claimant undertook demolition and construction
It is a remarkable fact that,
more than 100 years after Victorian factory inspectors first warned
of the hazards to human health of breathing in asbestos...
There are a number of
perceptions about mediation that will be difficult to change
despite its ever increasing popularity. One such perception is that
The Law Commission has
recently published its Consultation Paper on compound interest. It
has proposed that “compound interest be made available in all
The House of Lords’ Decision in CRS v
Taylor Young Partnership Limited
The application of the law of contribution to construction disputes
The judgment of HHJ Richard
Seymour QC in Co-operative
Insurance Society Limited v Henry Boot Scotland
(1 July 2002) considered 2...
Reference: (2001) OPLR 309, (2002) PLR 99
The former scheme trustees held policies of insurance with a
Britannic group company (BULA) and the underlying...
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