Restitutio In Integrum: ‘What’s done cannot be undone’

Christopher Kennedy QC considers the principles behind the notion of ‘full compensation’ in cases involving serious personal injury and how they have been applied ‘What sounds perfectly straightforward in the judgment of an eminent jurist can appear more challenging when considering the messy facts of an individual case.’The phrase ‘restitutio in integrum’ means restoration to …
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