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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • European Union countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Damages -- European Union countries.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 549-575) and index.

      Statementedited by Mauro Bussani and Vernon Valentine Palmer.
      SeriesCambridge studies in international and comparative law ;, [28]., The Common core of European private law project, Cambridge studies in international and comparative law (Cambridge, England : 1996) ;, 28., Cambridge studies in international and comparative law (Cambridge, England : 1996).
      ContributionsBussani, Mauro., Palmer, Vernon V.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKJC1620 .P87 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxlviii, 589 p. ;
      Number of Pages589
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3563056M
      ISBN 100521824648
      LC Control Number2002031345

      1. pure economic loss is not generally recoverable in tort, undermine contractual intentions 2. "defective product economic loss" is not generally recoverable 3. a claimant cannot generally recover in respect of damage to property unless he/she has a proprietary interest in the property which is damaged.


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It provides many interesting and novel insights to the complex problem of pure economic loss and has (already) been a basis for further illuminating theoretical research.

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Pure economic loss is one of the most Pure economic loss in Europe book and controversial legal issues in Europe today, raising complex questions which affect the law of tort and contract. The established law and economics wisdom considers pure economic loss as a transfer of wealth from the victim to a third party, whose earnings increase as a consequence of the accident.

the notion of pure economic loss and its setting 9. Actor’s state of mind: intention vs. negligence. The exclusionary rule is associated with economic loss caused by negli- gent behaviour, not intentional wrongdoing.

European systems do not begin to diverge until the. Pure economic loss is one of the most-discussed problems in the fields of tort and contract.

How do we understand the various differences and similarities between these systems and what is the extent to which there is a common-core of agreement on this question. This book takes a comparative approac. Pure economic loss is treated differently depending on whether the claim is one in tort or contract.

Essentially, there is a duty of care in tort to avoid causing your ‘neighbour’ physical injury or damage (per Donoghue v Stevenson), but no such duty to avoid causing pure economic loss; and pure economic loss is generally not recoverable in. Summary: Pure economic loss is one of the most discussed and controversial legal Pure economic loss in Europe book in Europe today, raising complex questions which affect the law of tort and contract.

How far can tort liability expand without imposing excessive burdens upon individual activity. This item: Pure Economic Loss (The University of Texas Austin, Studies in Foreign and Transnational Law) Set up a giveaway. Get fast, free delivery with Amazon Prime. Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle by: 1.

Liability for pure financial loss: revisiting the economic foundations of a legal doctrine Francesco Parisi; 4.

American tort law and the (supposed) economic loss rule Gary T. Schwartz; 5. The liability regimes of Europe - their facades and interiors Mauro Bussani and Vernon Valentine Palmer; Part II. Duty of Care (Negligent Misstatement) PURE ECONOMIC LOSS Pure economic loss is where a claimant has suffered financial damage that does not directly result from personal injury or damage to property – for example, where a product bought turns out to be defective, but does not actually cause injury or damage to other property.

This book takes a comparative approach to the subject, exploring the principles, policies and rules governing tortious liability for pure economic loss in a number of countries and legal systems across the. Bussani, Mauro and Palmer, Vernon Valentine and Parisi, Francesco, Liability for Pure Financial Loss in Europe: An Economic Restatement.

American Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 51, No. 1, pp.Winter ; George Mason Law & Economics Research Paper No. Cited by: Pure economic loss. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Economic loss is a term of Tort which refers to financial loss and damage suffered by a person such as can be seen only on a balance sheet rather than as physical injury to the person or destruction of property.

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How far can tort liability expand without imposing excessive burdens upon individual activity. Pure economic loss Edit.

In general terms, "Pure economic loss" is not considered an actionable injury in delict, that is to say if a purchased item is faulty, but the fault cases no further damage except to the item itself, there is no action in delict (there may however be a claim in contract), as such the duty of care in such cases is found not to have a duty of care for such claims.

Buy Pure Economic Loss in Europe, by Mauro Bussani, Vernon Palmer, ISBNpublished by Cambridge University Press fromthe World's Legal Bookshop. Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates world-wide. Pure economic loss = a loss that is solely and purely economic. C’s less well off than they otherwise would’ve been if the D had acted carefully.

E.g. bad investment advice which makes you lose money. Consequential economic loss= g. losing money because an injury makes you miss days off work= it’s only a financial loss. Pure economic losses are a heterogenic category consisting of a variety of case types, here divided into (1) ricochet loss, (2) transferred loss, (3) loss induced by faulty information.

Cases of pure economic loss are usually more complex, compared to physical injuries and consequential economic losses, as they may involve a loss of : Jakub J. Szczerbowski. Tort Liability for Pure Economic Loss: A Perspective from the United States and Some Comparative European Insights Rethinking in the New Media Age The New Czech Civil Code and Compensation for Damage: Introductory RemarksAuthor: Catherine M.

Sharkey. INTRODUCTION. Liability for negligently-inflicted financial losses is both complex and challenging. This is due, in part, to the reluctance of English appellate courts to settle upon any one test by which to establish whether D owed C a duty of care to avoid the pure economic loss which C suffered.

It is also due, in part, to the sophisticated and ‘broad network of economic links that exist. Pure Economic Loss - Summary Tort Law - Tort Law.

Who can claim for pure economic loss and the defenses applicable. University. University of London. Module. Tort law (LA) Book title Tort Law ; Author. Cathrine Elliot and Frances Quinn. Uploaded by.

Natali Alh. Academic year. /Missing: Europe. Pure Economic Loss Beyond Europe: New Horizons in Comparative Law (co-editor, Mauro Bussani) () ISBN ; The Louisiana Civilian Experience: Critiques of Codification in a Mixed Jurisdiction () ISBN ; Strict Liability in Europe.

Imagine that the other day an employer client came to us with a sad tale of defective cladding on his new building and asked us whom he should sue. The possible culprits were the architect, the contractor and the cladding sub-contractor. As usual, we asked him to send us the architect&#;s appointment, the main contract and his warranty from the sub-contractor.

We anticipated a multi-party. Gerhard Wagner: The Law of Torts in the DCFR The concepts of economic loss and non-economic loss pose problems on their fringes but. their core is well-understood throughout the Cited by: 3.

This book takes a comparative approach to the subject, exploring the principles, policies and rules governing tortious liability for pure economic loss in a number of countries and legal systems across the Brand: Taylor And Francis.

Economic damage however, is far less easy to quantify, can grow out of proportion very quickly. As such the law places significant limits on the recovery of pure economic losses.

The presiding rule is therefore that pure economic loss is not recoverable – that is, economic losses which cannot be directly traced back to harm to a person or. The Draft Common Frame of Reference as a "Toolbox" for Domestic Courts A Solution to the Pure Economic Loss Problem from a Comparative Perspective.

Authors: Santos Silva, Marta Free Preview. Presents an unbiased description of the evolution of the DCFR; Defends the harmonisation of European Private Law using techniques already available in the. In essence, it is a loss that is purely financial.

This can take the form of lost profits, the cost of replacing or repairing a defective building, or the defective item itself.

The recoverability of pure economic loss in tort largely depends on which category of pure economic loss the loss falls in –. In this book, leading authors shed light on the subject. An attempt is made to include a possible road towards a common European denominator on compensation for pure economic loss.

The perspectives presented in this book are by: Pure economic loss arises where a third party suffers a loss without there being injury or damage. Generally, pure economic loss is aptly referred to as financial loss.

A claim for pure economic loss is based on the negligence of the insured and often happens when the insured denied a third party access to something that the third party utilised to generate an income, or breach of an Missing: Europe.

b) Is a means of restricting duty of care for pure economic loss c) Is a concept which is gradually diminishing in importance d) Can never be employed in cases to do with negligent provision of services. 11 Jane Stapleton, Comparative Economic Loss: Lessons from Case-Law-Focused "Middle Theory," 50 UCLA L.

REV.(). 12 Gary T. Schwartz, American Tort Law and the (Supposed) Economic Loss Rule, in PURE ECONOMIC Loss IN EUR 96.

And is there a common core of principles, policies and rules governing tortious liability for pure economic loss in Europe. Originally published inthis is a comprehensive study of the subject, using a fact-based comparative method and in-depth research into the laws of thirteen European 5/5(1).

Books “On the High Road to Scotland with T.B. Smith” in Essays in Honor of Sir Thomas Smith (Edinburgh Press ) “The Frontier between Contractual and Tortious Liability in Europe: Insights from the Case of Compensation for Pure Economic Loss”, (with Bussani), forming Chap in Towards a European Civil Code (3rd Edition ); and also appearing in Bases de un derecho.

Pure economic loss in negligence. Pure economic loss is financial damage suffered as the result of the negligent act of another party which is not accompanied by any physical damage to a person or property. Common categories of pure economic loss are expenditure, loss of profit, profitability or loss of some other form of financial g: Europe.

7JCULR Liability in Negligence 75 duty of care exist^.^ The concern of this article is with one type of pure economic loss where the limits of liability have not been clearly drawn by case law, and where there is considerable uncertainty as to how to determine when a duty of care exists, justifying a Missing: Europe.Book.

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Chapter. Pure Economic Loss is economic loss caused by Defendant’s negligence which does not flow from damage to the person or property of the person. The distinction between pure .