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Working paper on pure economic loss caused by defective products

Working paper on pure economic loss caused by defective products

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Published by Law Reform Commission in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Products liability -- Ontario.,
  • Products liability,
  • Warranty -- Ontario.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche (negative). Downsview, Ont. : York University Law Library, 1980.-- 2 microfiches ; 10.5 x 14.8 cm.

    StatementB.P. Feldthusen.
    SeriesLaw of Products Liability Project research paper / Ontario Law Reform Commission, Research paper (Ontario Law Reform Commission. Law of Products Liability Project)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF1296 O 594
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination102 leaves
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15180188M

    Hi, Can someone please help me understand pure economic loss? I should really already understand this, but it always escapes me. How can it be. PURE ECONOMIC LOSS The common law has reluctance in permitting recovery in tort for reasonably foreseeable PURE economic loss caused by negligence i.e. where the only loss suffered by the plaintiff as a result of the defendant [s negligence is financial loss .

    Chapter 4: Multiple choice questions. Instructions. Why is the law of negligence reluctant to impose a duty of care for pure economic loss? a) Which of the following cases is not an example of pure economic loss caused by an act? a) Spring v Guardian Assurance b).   Tort Law-Pure Economic Loss 1. PURE ECONOMIC LOSSDr. resulting from damage toproperty belonging to a 3rd party• Murphy v Brentwood District CouncilLoss due to a defective product it was found that a teacher-pupil relationship might place ateacher under a duty of care not to cause pure economic loss by teaching pupilsthe wrong.

    Recovery of Pure Economic Loss in Product Liability Actions: An Economic Comparison of Three Legal Rules* I. INTRODUCTION The term "product liability" usually brings to mind per-sonal injury. When products fail, however, either by reason of design or manufacturing defects, buyers may suffer loss other than personal injury. ECONOMIC LOSS RULE AND ITS IMPACT ON PROPERTY INSURANCE COVERAGE By: Jay Barry Harris Fineman Krekstein & Harris, P.C. Walnut Street, 19th Floor Philadelphia, PA [email protected] INSURANCE COVERAGE AND PRACTICE SYMPOSIUM Jay Barry Harris, Esquire, is a Shareholder with Fineman Krekstein & Harris, P.C.


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Working paper on pure economic loss caused by defective products Download PDF EPUB FB2

For pure economic loss, that is, for economic loss unrelated to injury to the person or the property of the plaintiff. This is true even if the loss is reasonably avoidable and perfectly foreseeable according to ordinary tort standards.

I want to investigate whether this legal position is sound. Insurers often refer to this as “financial loss”, but this is what is usually referred to in law as pure economic loss.

This concept is important because it determines what losses can and cannot be recovered by a Size: KB. Recovery Under Various Categories of Pure Economic Loss To date these pure economic claims have been separated by judges into four categories to be dealt with here.

They are negligent statements, negligent performance of services, relational economic losses, and economic losses caused by defective products or buildings. Negligent Statements. LIABILITY FOR DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS Contents PART I INTRODUCTION Terms of reference The Pearson Commission The Council of Europe The E.E.C.

The purpose of consultation Liability for defective products Personal in jury Damage to property Damage to the defective product Pure economic loss Points for consideration Misrepresentation Paragraph Product Liability is a recognised authority in the field and covers the product liability laws through which manufacturers, retailers, and others may be held liable to compensate persons who are injured, or who incur financial loss, when the products which they manufacture or sell are defective or not fit for their purpose.

Product defects may originate in the production process, be one of. Pure economic loss refers to financial loss suffered by a claimant which does not flow from any damage to his own person or property. Where economic loss results from damage negligently caused to the claimant's own property, it is recoverable as a measure of that physical damage (Harris v Hall ()).

2) Pure economic loss in relation to defective products Donoghue v Stephenson If you buy a defective product that injures you then under this case you are owed a duty. Basic notion: you need the defective thing to cause damage to the person or some other property of theirs- a duty of care arises in respect of physical injury.

product defect. In short, pure economic loss is damage to a product itself or monetary loss caused by the defective product, which does not cause personal injury or damage to other property. The important thing to remember is that the definition of “economic loss” usually includes the cost of repair or replacement of the defective product.

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. BBLS LEVEL 1 & 1BCL Law of Tort: Tutorial No. 4 Economic Loss Stephen O’Halloran BCL, LLM (Commercial) “Few areas in modern tort law are darker or more uncertain than pure economic loss”1 Introduction Personal injury and property damage may both have economic Size: KB.

Working paper on pure economic loss caused by defective products / B.P. Feldthusen KF O A Working paper on a comparative study of the law governing products liability in civil law countries / H.R. Hahlo McHugh J: relevant principles for DOC of pure economic loss: RF of loss – itself is not a test (policy reasons).

Indeterminancy of liability. Autonomy of individual (legitimate commercial interests) Vulnerability of P. Knowledge of D to risk and its magnitude. Law for purely economic loss caused by negligent acts (still in developing state. 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. / However, they could not claim for the third loss, which was of a purely economic nature.

Economic Loss Due to Negligence Causing a Claimant to Acquire Defective Goods or Property. As a general rule, tort will not compensate for the economic loss of receiving a defective product. There have been some cases which appear to ignore this rule, however.

Abstract. The article discusses five distinct categories of claim for pure economic loss in negligence: misrepresentation, relational loss, defective buildings, discretionary public benefits and the performance of by: 1.

Total downloads of all papers by Bruce Feldthusen. If you need immediate assistance, call SSRNHelp ( ) in the United States, or +1 outside of the United States, AM to PM U.S. Eastern, Monday - Friday. 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 gain.

posed by the phenomenon of pure economic loss.2 Today, “pure economic loss probably is one of the main problems in expanding tort law”.3 In some countries, it is associated with uncontrollable and unforeseeable floods of claims to which there may be no end.4 This has fuelled strong sentiments against the recovery of pure economic loss Cited by: 6.

Recovery Under Various Categories of Pure Economic Loss To date these pure economic claims have been separated by judges into four categories to be dealt with here.

They are negligent statements, negligent performance of services, relational economic losses, and economic losses caused by defective products or buildings. Negligent Statements/5. caused economic loss to the plaintiff, who sued successfully. The third category is discussed in a chapter called "Owners' Claims for Damages Relating to Defective Products or Building Structures".

In these cases, the claim is against a third person for the cost of repairing or replacing a defective productFile Size: KB. The core of pure economic loss. the very fact that an economic loss is caused to the victim as a result of the tortfeasor's action should be actionable in law.

working paper Economic.Electrical damage caused normal loss (recoverable) and pure economic loss (non recoverable) - damage to third party electrical wires affected Spartan Steel - .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 .