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Butterworths Professional Negligence Service Looseleaf

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Edited by: Ronald Walker

ISBN13: 9780444019356
ISBN: 0444019359
Published: October 1999
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Looseleaf
Price: Out of print

This two volume looseleaf service is a comprehensive practitioner's guide to professional negligence. The service combines narrative guidance as well as all relevant source materials and case digests. Part I of the first volume covers general principles, including the nature of professional obligation, liability for negligence, liability in contract and tort, contributory negligence, limitation, damages, fiduciary duties and concurrent liabilities. This part also includes litigation tactics in the light of the new Civil Justice Reforms. Part II covers the law relating to 11 individual professions. The second volume includes detailed materials for each profession, including statutory materials, guidelines in relation to expert evidence, practice directions, model letters of instruction, professional guidelines, specimen pleadings, full text cases and case summaries, and tactics in prosecuting or defending actions.

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Professional Negligence, Looseleaf Work
Volume 1: Part I: General Principles. The nature of professional obligations. Liability for negligence: the criteria to be applied. Liability in contract. Liability in tort to the client. Liability in tort to third parties. Contributory negligence. Limitation. Damages. Fiduciary duties. Concurrent liabilities. Litigation tactics. Part II: Individual professions. Solicitors. Barristers. Surveyors and valuers. Building professionals. Medical practitioners. Insurance brokers. Accountants. Independent financial advisers, fund managers and mortgage brokers. Arbitrators and adjudicators. Auctioneers. IT Professionals. Volume 2: Part III: Sources and Materials. General principles. Individual professions.