Is there a maximum award for general damages arising under contract? – NearlyLegal

Posted January 16th, 2015 in damages, defective premises, news, repairs, representative actions by sally

‘The case of Rendlesham Estates Plc v Barr Ltd [2014] EWHC 3968 (TCC) is a bit off the housing law beaten track and as a result I have only recently got round to reading it properly. It concerned s.1, Defective Premises Act 1974, which is the statutory provision that enables any person with an interest in a dwelling to sue the person responsible for building the dwelling, or carrying out any work in connection with the dwelling, where the dwelling is not fit for human habitation when the work is completed.’

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NearlyLegal, 15th January 2015