The structure of the casebook is well established, offering selected extracts from leading cases, thus nurturing understanding through analysis of illustrative cases, and including appropriate statutory and other essential materials. Thorough notes accompany the extracts to provide comment and criticism in a direct style. All new developments in the law of tort since 1988 are considered including, inter alia, the substantial changes to the law relating to the duty of care by cases such as Murphy v. Brentwood DC and the leading House of Lords case of Caparo Industries v. Dickman.
|Author(s)||J. A Weir|
|Publisher - Imprint||Sweet & Maxwell|
|Print Length||584 pages|
|Reading Level / Audience||Students, Practitioners, & Professionals|