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MITCHELL v. MULHOLLAND AND MULHOLLAND

Lloyd's Law Reports

MITCHELL v. MULHOLLAND AND MULHOLLAND

[1971] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 462

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Lord Justice Edmund Davies, Lord Justice Widgery and Sir Gordon Willmer

Damages - Assessment - Personal injuries - Whether actuarial instead of usual method to be adopted - Whether inflation to be considered. Evidence - Damages - Likelihood of inflation - Admissibility.

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