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DAMAGES BY THE PORTFOLIO METHOD

Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly

DAMAGES BY THE PORTFOLIO METHOD

Martin Hogg*

Tullis Russell v. Inveresk
This decision in Tullis Russell Papermakers Ltd v. Inveresk Ltd 1 forms but one judgment in an interrelated set of claims, one aspect of which (on the so-called remedy of “retention”, ie, the justified withholding of performance in response to another contracting party’s breach of contract) has already been the subject of a decision of the Supreme Court.2
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