What Is Meant by Remoteness of Damage?


Remoteness of damage is a set of rules in both tort and contract which relates to the requirement that the damage must be of a foreseeable type. In negligence claims, once the claimant has established that the defendant owes them a duty of care and is in breach of that duty which has caused damage, they must also demonstrate that the damage was not too remote.
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Remoteness of damage in contracts is where breach of contract results in the loss of an expected gain arising from a separate transaction. The tests that assess the remoteness of damages are causation and reasonable foresee ability. To recover the damages for the breach of contract, there must be satisfactory connection between the breach and the loss.
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