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Bingham's Negligence Cases 5th ed

ISBN13: 9780421778306
ISBN: 042177830X
Previous Edition ISBN: 042146500X
Published: December 2002
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Bingham's Negligence Cases provides a quick and convenient means of reference and research into the law on negligence and related claims for breaches of statutory duty. The fifth edition brings the work up to date with wide-ranging developments in the law since the 4th edition was published in 1996.

Of particular interest is case law in the fast-growing areas of professional negligence and liability of public authorities, as well as changes to employer's liability for breach of statutory duty. Breadth and depth of coverage remain the book's hallmarks. It lists and digests, under a series of detailed subject headings, hundreds of key negligence cases.

The book is sub-divided into precise subject areas with a detailed and comprehensive index to ensure that the user can easily locate the relevant section. Each case is digested in brief and internal indexing and cross referencing help locate relevant cases quickly and easily.

  • Provides all the important case law on negligence in one place
  • Comprehensive case selection made by acknowledged experts in the field
  • Sets out the general principles in a clear and concise way
  • Structured so that a user can go straight to the relevant information

Tort Law
Duty of care.
Standard of care.
Proof of negligence.
Liability for acts of others.
Statutory duty.
Liability for dangerous products of manufacturers, suppliers, consignors and the like.
Dangerous things under Rylands v Fletcher.
Liability of occupiers for dangerous premises.
Highway dangers.
Road vehicles.
Employer's liability - common law.
Employers' liability - statutory duty.
Liability of servant to master.
Professions, trades and institutions.