Jeff Berryman, ‘Non-Pecuniary Damages in Common Law Canadian Tort Law’

It is now an uncontroversial proposition that the choice of remedy following a determination of infringement of a substantive right engages distinct principles associated with the law of remedies and it is for the court to match remedial function to underlying substantive right. The law of remedies can be divided into a number of functional goals …

Berryman, Jeffrey, Non-Pecuniary Damages in Common Law Canadian Tort Law (May 12, 2014). Paper presented at the ‘Tort Law in an Age of Flood and Fire’, Canadian National Judicial Institute (Montreal, May 12-15th, 2014) (20 pages).

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