The nature of damages in contract
Lord Justice Atkin once remarked that the law of damages is 'a branch of the law on which one is less guided by authority laying down definite principles than on almost any other matter that one can consider'. When Professor Goodhart later made the same complaint he wondered why this should be so, but concluded that there were three fundamental reasons. First, the nature of the subject matter is such as to make it impossible to elicit a rule capable of doing absolute justice to all...[Show more]
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