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Lagden v O'Connor (2003)

Lagden v O'Connor (2003)

The Issues:

The Claimant's vehicle was damaged and needed to be repaired. The Claimant was unemployed and in poor health and could not afford to hire a car for the period his vehicle was off the road, but he noticed a credit hire company's advert and used their services. Could the Claimant recover all the credit hire charges, or was he only able to recover ‘spot hire' rates?

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