This is the first work to concentrate solely on damages for breach of contract and provides the most comprehensive and detailed treatment of the subject to date. Written by a commercial barrister and academic for both practitioners and scholars, this text explores the familiar principles and the more recent developments of those principles. To assist understanding and practicality, much of the book is arranged by reference to the type of the complaint (such as the mis-provision of services, the non-payment of money, or the temporary loss of use of property), rather than by the more traditional subject-matter specialisms (eg sale of goods, charterparties, surveyor's negligence). Tort decisions are drawn on to the extent that the applicable principles are the same as or usefully similar to those in contract, and there is also detailed coverage of many practically important but often neglected areas, such as damages for lost management time and the proper evidential approach to proving lost profits.44 Golden Strait Corp v Nippon Yusen Kubishika Kaisha (The Golden Victory) [ 2007] 2 AC 353 (HL) Lord Brown at ... Ltd (The Kildare)  2 Lloyda#39;s Rep 360 (Steel J) at paras 65a66; Glory Wealth Shipping Pte Ltd v Korea Line Corp ... 46 See Techno Land Improvements Ltd v British Leyland (UK) Ltd  2 EGLR 27 (Goulding J) in relation to a lease of land. ... 47 Eg Yeoman Credit Ltd v Waragowski  1 WLR 1124 (CA); Lombard North Central plc v Butterworth [ 1987] QBanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Law of Contract Damages|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2014-12-01|