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Tort & Contract Notes - Remedies

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Final Exam notes for the tort and contract section of REMEDIES - Includes all key and examinable cases

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Law Tort law Judicial remedies Damages Punitive damages Negligence Tort Mitigation Conversion Contract Cattanach v Melchior Loss of chance in English law
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Law Tort law Judicial remedies Damages Punitive damages Negligence Tort Mitigation Conversion Contract Cattanach v Melchior Loss of chance in English law
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g. negligence • Compensatory: reflecting the plaintiff’s proved injury, and including “aggravated” damages) o a distinction is usually made between “common law damages” and “equitable compensation” for legal and equitable wrongs respectively, as both are based on the same ...
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