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Purely economic harm has faced barriers similar to purely emotional harm: without a physical hook, such cases fail at the outset. Here the policy reasons behind the barrier may emphasize the unbounded nature of liability – too many negligent acts implicate the affairs of too many people, in ways that other elements of negligence (such as the proximate cause limitations we will learn about) might not be able to well contain.
In this refreshingly brief section, we look to see how some courts have handled pleas for exceptions to a bar on purely economic harm.EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST
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|1||Show/Hide More||People Express Airlines, Inc. v. Consolidated Rail Corp.--"The Evacuated Airport"|
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