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Mitigation and Conversion

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JournalLloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly
DatePublished - 2010
Number of pages7
Pages (from-to)220-226
Original languageEnglish


Assesses the Court of Appeal decision in Uzinterimpex JSC v Standard Bank Plc. on whether the claimant was under no duty to mitigate its loss with respect to its claim for damages in conversion on the grounds that: mitigation was linked to contributory negligence, which was precluded from applying to conversion by the Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977 s.11; the cause of action was complete from the time of the converting act and the claimant's subsequent conduct was irrelevant; and conversion had a proprietary base.

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  • tort, conversion, mitigation, damages

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