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The ripple effect
Record ID:
45436
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2011
Author:
Seeman, David ;
Subject:
Economic Loss ; Litigation ;
Source:
LIJ (2011) 85 No 12
Date_of_entry:
30/01/2012
Notes:
The degree of remoteness or reasonable foreseeability of an economic loss is a major component in determining liability for the loss.
Section:
Feature
Cases:
Metrolink Victoria Pty Ltd v Inglis [2009] VSCA 227 ; Rowe v McCartney [1976] 2 NSWLR 72 ; Doughty v Turner Manufacturing Co Ltd [1964] 1 All ER 98 ; Chapman v Hearse (1961) 106 CLR 112 ;
Month:
December


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