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Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 29 2014 Crown and Crown Proceedings, Damages

Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 29 2014 Crown and Crown Proceedings, Damages considers the Crown as monarch, and the personal aspects of the monarchy and royal family in the United Kingdom.

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Why you should buy Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 29

The Halsbury’s Laws Crown and Crown Proceedings title considers the Crown as monarch, and the personal aspects of the monarchy and royal family in the United Kingdom. It lays out the rights and liabilities of the Crown, and property of the Crown.

Content dealing with the Crown as executive may be found in the companion Volume 20: Constitutional and Administrative Law. Other companion titles include Volume 78: Parliament, and Volume 79: Peerages and Dignities.

The Damages title deals with the general principles of damages awardable in tort for breach of contract as well as covering breach of bailment, and damages in equity.

Companion titles to Damages include Volume 22: Contract, Volume 78: Negligence, and Volume 97: Tort.

 

Contributors:

 

CROWN AND CROWN PROCEEDINGS

ROBERT BLACKBURN, BA, MSc, PhD, LLD, a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales; Professor of Constitutional Law, King's College London

Professor Blackburn is a specialist in political and constitutional affairs. He has acted as an adviser to government and other official bodies in the UK and abroad. In 2005 he was awarded an LLD higher doctorate in law by Leeds University for his outstanding contribution to the study of constitutional law. 

DAMAGES

ANDREW TETTENBORN, LLB (Cantab), Professor of Commercial Law, Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law, Swansea University; Barrister (non-practising).

Professor Tettenborn is the author and co-author of many works on the law of tort and damages. He is a well-known scholar in jurisdictions worldwide, and has held visiting positions at Melbourne University, the University of Connecticut and at Case Law School, Cheveland, Ohio.

Material on Personal Injury contributed by ANDREW WILSON, LLB (Lond), Solicitor and Legal Consultant

Andrew Wilson has more than 25 years’ experience of working in the fields of personal injury and occupational disease litigation, acting for both claimants and defendants.

 

Contents

CROWN AND CROWN PROCEEDINGS

1. The Crown and Royal Family

2. Crown Proceedings

3. Crown Property

DAMAGES

1. Introduction

2. Damages Distinguished from Other Claims

3. Types of Damages

4. Measures of Damages

5. Damages Awarded Once and For All

6. Principles Common to Contract and Tort

7. Measure of Damages in Tort

8. Measure of Damages in Contract

9. Damages in Particular Transactions

10. Damages in Equity

11. Contribution Between Wrongdoers

12. Practice and Procedure

 

The law is stated as at 1 November 2014, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

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Table of contents

CROWN AND CROWN PROCEEDINGS 

1. The Crown and Royal Family
2. Crown Proceedings
3. Crown Property

DAMAGES

1. Introduction
2. Damages Distinguished from Other Claims
3. Types of Damages
4. Measures of Damages
5. Damages Awarded Once and For All
6. Principles Common to Contract and Tort
7. Measure of Damages in Tort
8. Measure of Damages in Contract
9. Damages in Particular Transactions
10. Damages in Equity
11. Contribution Between Wrongdoers
12. Practice and Procedure