This manual takes a practical approach to identifying and choosing remedial relief and the calculation of damages. For all students and practitioners who face the challenge of finding practical solutions to real problems, the manual should provide substantive law, problems and worked examples across a range of topics which frequently arise in general practice. The first part covers the general principles of contract and tort remedies, with in-depth instruction on the calculation of damages in personal injury and fatal accident cases. In addition, remedies that may be available in various areas of the law, including judicial review, real property, trusts, race and sex discrimination, EC remedies, and the European Convention on Human Rights are also covered. This part of the manual includes a series of questions and answers illustrating common factual situations arising in the relevant areas and possible appropriate remedies which provide guidance on how to approach the subject.