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This article argues that in cases where a defender has caused a portion of a divisible injury or disease (such as asbestosis), such defender should be liable only for an equivalent portion of the damages due to the pursuer. Judicial insistence that such a defender be liable in solidum for the whole of the loss is unprincipled and unjust.
- damages, causation, apportionment, injury, divisible, indivisible, delict
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Martin Hogg (Contributor)2 Sep 2008
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