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Expectation and reliance: one principle or two?

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Expectation and reliance : one principle or two? / Campbell, David.

In: Journal of Contract Law, Vol. 32, No. 3, 2015, p. 231-243.

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Campbell, D 2015, 'Expectation and reliance: one principle or two?' Journal of Contract Law, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 231-243.

APA

Campbell, D. (2015). Expectation and reliance: one principle or two? Journal of Contract Law, 32(3), 231-243.

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Campbell D. Expectation and reliance: one principle or two? Journal of Contract Law. 2015;32(3):231-243.

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Campbell, David. / Expectation and reliance : one principle or two?. In: Journal of Contract Law. 2015 ; Vol. 32, No. 3. pp. 231-243.

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title = "Expectation and reliance: one principle or two?",
abstract = "Elementary mathematics are used in this paper to clarify the ‘losing contract problem’ which continues to confuse courts addressing the quantification of damages for breach of contract. The distinction between gross receipts and net profits is analysed in a way which allows the coherent identification of the claimant’s expectation in all contracts, be they profitable, break-even or losing contracts.",
author = "David Campbell",
year = "2015",
language = "English",
volume = "32",
pages = "231--243",
journal = "Journal of Contract Law",
issn = "1030-7230",
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RIS

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SP - 231

EP - 243

JO - Journal of Contract Law

JF - Journal of Contract Law

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