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Title: Corrigenda [Foreseen and unforeseen damages]
Authors: Mallia, Paul
Keywords: Criminal liability
Compensation (Law)
Issue Date: 1945
Publisher: Malta Law Students' Society
Citation: Mallia, P. (1945). Corrigenda [Foreseen and unforeseen damages]. The Law Journal, 1(2), 38.
Abstract: According to the distinction we referred to above the seller is bound only for the intrinsic damages, i.e. those damages which are closely connected with the immovable sold. Thus A is to reimburse B for the necessary and useful repairs carried out for the rents paid, for the costs of contract and also for the accidental increase of value of the house due to the opening of the new street; but he is not bound to make good the loss of the good-will acquired by B in his business, since such good-will is not intrinsically connected with the immovable itself.
Appears in Collections:Volume 1, Issue 2, 1945
Volume 1, Issue 2, 1945

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