Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 76 2013 Mines, Minerals and Quarries, Misrepresentation
Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 76 2013 Mines, Minerals and Quarries, Misrepresentation overs mining and quarrying generally.
The Halsbury’s Laws Mines, Minerals and Quarries covers mining and quarrying generally, including ownership and disposition of land and mines, opencast working of coal, the treatment of former mining land, and local rights and customs.
The Misrepresentation title deals with misrepresentation as a ground for the rescission of a contract or the award of damages.
Companion titles to Misrepresentation include Vol 22: Contract; Vol 29: Damages; and Vol 77: Mistake.
The law is stated as at 1 April 2013, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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Table of contents
MINES, MINERALS AND QUARRIES
3. Coal Mining Industry
4. Rights affecting Mines in general
6. Right to Work Minerals
7. Opencast Working of Coal
8. Regulation of Mines and Quarries in general
9. Restoration in the Ironstone District
10. Reclaiming or Improving Former Mining Land
11. Local Rights and Customs
1. Actionable Misrepresentation
2. Claims for Damages
3. Claims for Rescission
4. Undue Influence and other Voidable Transactions