Delictual Liability (Scotland) (Bloomsbury Professional) is an account of the principles of delict in Scots law and is the standard introductory textbook on the subject. Professor Thomson provides a clear and coherent account of this difficult area of law, illustrated by examples. This edition takes account of significant developments in case law in relation to House of Lords decisions on economic wrongs, the meaning of harm, pure economic loss, vicarious liability, remoteness of damages and remoteness of losses. In addition, the full implications of the mesothelioma cases are explored.
Part I INTENTIONAL DELICTS
Part II UNINTENTIONAL DELICT – GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LIABILITY
Part III DELICTUAL LIABILITY IN SPECIFIC AND ECONOMIC CONTEXTS
Part IV DAMAGES