One of the essential elements of a negligence claim is factual causation. Claimants and their solicitors, however, often focus on establishing duty, and breach of duty, on the assumption that causation should just follow. But such an approach will prove costly to claimants, particularly in view of the recent case of Tiuta International Ltd v De Villiers  EWHC 773 (Ch), which highlights the importance of establishing causation.
Tiuta concerns the alleged negligent overvaluation of a partially built residential development by the defendant valuer, de Villiers, for mortgage security purposes. In ...
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