Brandon D Stewart
The latest Part of the Tort Law Review includes the following articles: “Is harmonising tort law in the European Union possible? With comparative glimpses at the United States” – Helmut Koziol; “Rescuing Rylands: Strict liability and environmental protection in Canada” – Lynda M Collins and Laura J Freitag; “Contamination as a chemical interference with land: Where the (private nuisance) truck should stop after Antrim” – Brandon D Stewart; and “Limitation periods, constructive knowledge and the problem of corrective justice” – Keith Patten.
The latest Part of The Tort Law Review includes articles on Lord Atkin’s neighbour principle and whether it has any role to play in modern law, an examination of what events qualify as acts of God and what is the main distinction between them and coincidences with relation to intervening causation issues, the doctrine of waiver of tort in contaminated land litigation, and the law of nuisance as a means of protecting against unreasonable interferences with the use of land, including those caused by harms to the environment. Not to be missed!