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APIL Guide to Tripping and Slipping Cases isbn 9781846612053

Tripping and Slipping Cases: A Practitioner's Guide 4th ed

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ISBN13: 9780421905900
ISBN: 0421905905
New Edition ISBN: 9781846612053
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421778504
Published: March 2005
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The new edition of this popular working manual offers practitioners expert guidance on how to win and defend tripping and slipping cases. Intended as a one-stop text for readers who do not have time to research all the legal disciplines that can come into play in a trip or slip case, it covers all the relevant areas of law - Local Government, Landlord & Tenant, Occupier's Liability, Highways, Factories and Health & Safety at Work.

Written in clear and easy to follow language, Tripping and Slipping Cases: A Practitioner's Guide provides complete guidance on this common, yet complicated, type of litigation, and is sure to save valuable research time.

  • Brings together the diverse range of specialist information required for this kind of case
  • Covers the law in clear, straightforward style
  • Suggests practical solutions to common problems
  • Provides guidance for both defendants and claimants
  • Includes specimen questionnaires, letters and pleadings

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Personal Injury Law
1.Selecting the defendant
2.The definition, classification and creation
3.The structure of local government
4.The statutory duty of highways authorities to maintain
7.The liability of occupiers
8.The liability of landlords
9.Miscellaneous statutory duties
10.Preparing a case
A: Precedents
B: Case summaries
C: Health and safety and risk assessment