The Law of Limitation (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
575
Utgivningsdatum
2030-01-01
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780199664856
The Law of Limitation (inbunden)

The Law of Limitation

Inbunden Engelska, 2030-01-01
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A complete practitioner reference text on general limitation in a range of specialist contexts, giving guidance on the defence of limitation and the application of time limits.
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Gerard McMeel is a Professor of Law at University of Manchester, and a member of Guildhall Chambers, Bristol, as well as a door tenant at Quadrant Chambers in London. He is the author of The Construction of Contracts 2e (OUP, 2011), a co-editor of McMeel and Virgo on Financial Advice and Financial Products 2e Looseleaf (OUP, 2007). Guildhall Chambers in Bristol has a national reputation as a leading Barristers Chambers, and specialist teams in Commercial Litigation (including professional negligence); Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence; Insolvency; and Property. Expert practitioners from the Chambers will address the role of limitation in their specialist fields.

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INTRODUCTION ; 1. Background (including Historical Introduction) ; 2. Calculating Time ; STATUTORY LIMITATION AND GENERAL CATEGORIES OF CLAIM ; 3. Claims in Tort: General Principles ; 4. Claims in Tort: Personal Injury ; 5. Claims in Tort: Fatal Accidents Act ; 6. Claims in Tort: Defective Products ; 7. Claims in Tort: Defamation and Malicious Falsehood ; 8. Claims in Tort: Exclusion of Time Limit in Personal Injury Cases ; 9. Claims in Tort: Extending Time in Property Damage and Financial Loss Cases ; 10. Claims for Breach of Contract ; 11. Claims in Unjust Enrichment and Restitution ; 12. Equitable Claims and Laches ; 13. Claims under Statute ; 14. Claims in Respect of Personal Property ; 15. Claims in Respect of Real Property: General ; 16. Claims in Respect of Real Property: Mortgages and Charges ; 17. Claims for Contribution and Indemnity ; 18. Claims in Public Law: Judicial Review and the Human Rights Act ; FACTORS POSTPONING OR EXTENDING TIME ; 19. Acknowledgement and Part Payment ; 20. Factors Postponing Time (1): Fraud and Deliberate Concealment ; 21. Factors Postponing Time (2): Claims based on a Mistake ; 22. Extending Time: Disability ; LIMITATION IN CONTEXT ; 23. Limitation and Banking: Loans, Overdrafts and Guarantees ; 24. Limitation and the Administration of Estates ; 25. Limitation : Employment and Discrimination ; 26. Limitation and Companies: Dissolution, Restoration and other Orders ; 27. Limitation and Insolvency ; 28. Limitation and Arbitration ; MISCELLANEOUS REGIMES ; 29. The Merchant Shipping Act ; 30. The Foreign Limitation Periods Act ; 31. International Transport Conventions ; 32. Other Statutory Limitation Periods ; 33. Contractual and Other Time Bars ; PRACTICAL MATTERS ; 34. Practice and Procedure ; APPENDIX: STATUTORY MATERIALS ; Limitation Act 1980 ; Foreign Limitation Periods Act ; Relevant Provisions of the Civil Procedure Rules