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Vol 23 No 5 May/June 2018

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Ellis and Kevan on Credit Hire 5th ed


ISBN13: 9781911035077
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780957553002
Published: January 2017
Publisher: Law Brief Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £69.99



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This is the Fifth Edition of this best-selling book. It provides a comprehensive summary of the current state of the law in this heavily litigated area, updated to include all the recent Court of Appeal decisions in this area. Issues covered include rates, impecuniosity, mitigation and various enforceability issues.

Aidan Ellis is a barrister at Temple Garden Chambers practising in credit hire and personal injury. He has written and lectured on credit hire and is also the co-editor of the Personal Injury Brief Update Law Journal (www.pibriefupdate.com).

Tim Kevan practised as a barrister for ten years specialising in, among other things, credit hire. He appeared in the Court of Appeal cases of Zoan v Rouamba and Ketley v Gilbert and was described by Chambers and Partners (in 2009) as "the credit hire junior". He is currently the co-editor of the Personal Injury Brief Update Law Journal (www.pibriefupdate.com).

Subjects:
Personal Injury Law, Road Traffic Law, Consumer Law
Contents:
Introduction
Chapter One: Rates
Chapter Two: Impecuniosity
Chapter Three: Mitigation of Loss
Chapter Four: Introduction to Enforceability
Chapter Five: Enforceability Issues: The Consumer Credit Acts
Chapter Six: Cancellation of Contracts Made at a Consumer's Home or Place of Work Regulations 2008
Chapter Seven: Other Enforceability Issues
Chapter Eight: Miscellaneous