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Contract Law

Case NameDescription
Hadley v Baxendale Week's lost profits at mill too remote for late delivery of engine shaft
Balfour Beatty Construction v Scottish Power plc Had not informed defendants that constant supply of power was needed for construction of aqueduct
Parsons Ltd v Uttley Ingham It was enough to establish that illness was a natural consequence of a storage hopper for pig nuts being negligently installed
Kemp v Intasun The fact that asthma was mentioned in conversation was not enough to allow claim of damages, esp. as it had not been filled into the special requests section of the booking form
The Achilleas Defendant charterers only liable for overrun period, rather than difference in rates for the follow-on charter
Anglia Television v Reed Able to recover all expenditure incurred both before and after contract to make film
Bowlay Logging v Domtar Unable to claim reliance loss as sawmill would have made a loss had the contract been performed
Lennon v Talbot Motor-dealers not required to enter into new disadvantageous agreements with the new importers
Created by: maevb