Professional Liability has been written to give accountancy and business students a clear and concise description of the legal principles relating to professional liability. The core of the book is a wide-ranging and detailed account of the growth and application of the tort of negligence. Over one hundred leading British and Hong Kong cases covering a wide range of professions and business situations are used to illustrate the basic principles. The facts and a detailed analysis of all major cases are provided. A number of leading Commonwealth cases have also been included. The book is also useful to those studying or seeking information on professional liability in areas such as surveying, banking, and public administration. The text is divided into numbered paragraphs, and the main points are summarized at the end of each chapter, for easier comprehension and study.
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