The right of recovery is a lottery if you have no contract
Last week we saw how a potential defendant might gamble on the type of damage a plaintiff is likely to suffer before deciding whether to risk liability in tort. Recent developments in this area have been so dramatic that, in the absence of a contract, the very existence of a right of recovery against a wrongdoer might be seen as something of a lottery.
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