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Hadley v Baxendale Assgmnt.

Hadley v Baxendale Assgmnt.

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Published by Ng Yih Miin
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Published by: Ng Yih Miin on Mar 27, 2012
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Consumer Law
Part A on Hadley v Baxendale.
It has been already noted that where a buyer of goods is injured as a result of the product being
defective, then he can recover for his personal injuries by “latching” them onto a claim that the
goods are not of satisfactory quality and that the natural and probable consequence of thatbreach is that an injury occurred.a)
 
With reference to
Hadley v Baxendale
(1854) 156 ER 145, discuss the normal contractualrule for damages.Liew Ee Ling
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Discuss on the principle and application of Hadley v Baxendale in terms of Contract Law.-Talk more on the claims and profit based on the loss (as such in the Hadey case)-Compare this with Australian view (E.g take a case which applies the same principle and applied)
Bryan
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 As for you discuss in the aspect of Consumerism (Consumer Law)-Talk based on the standards of good, implied guarantee and also the Product Liability -Compare this with Australian view (E.g by doing the same as Ee Ling except your part is moretowards constructive on the question itself which is in the matter of injury and damages.)
Muzhaffar
- Discuss this aspect in the aspect of Tort Law.-
Compare this with Australian view (E.g take a case which applies the same principle and applied)
 
By all means we are comparing this with Australian Trade Practice Act (in Australian view) so inwhatever principle and context of the general application in Hadley and Baxendale look throughthe Australian Act in Production and Consumption as well. I divided this into three areas of Law Contract, Tort and Consumer as itself.Each person, have Max 5 pages to do, submit before September 6
th
. Good Luck 
 P/S: Remember to compare this with Australian view and refer back to the question to make sureits parallel with your answer in the assignment.Regards.Muzhaffar Razak 

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