HANDBOOK ON THE LAW OF DAMAGES
Item #: 61161
Pages: xii, 466(24)pp.
Published: Eagan; West Publishing Co.; 1896. Reprinted in 2007.
Subjects: BUSINESS/ECONOMICS, TORTS
This work focuses on the rules and principles governing theaward of damages in civil cases, containing references toabout 5,000 cases. Subjects of the 14 chapters include:definition and principles; nominal damages; compensatorydamages; bonds, liquidated damages and alternativecontracts; interest; value; exemplary damages; pleading andpractice; breach of contracts for sale of goods; damages inactions against cameras; damages in actions againsttelegraph companies; damages for death by a wrongful act;wrongs affecting real property; and breach of marriagepromise. "Mr. Hale in this volume states with great clear-ness and accuracy the rules and principles governing theaward of damages in civil cases. Law students will find thework of much assistance, while the practicing lawyer will dowell to add it..." - 8 Green Bag 292 (1896)
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