Editorial Issue Four 2012

13th December 2012 by Professor David Grant

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Travel is sold as a dream, as a journey to paradise, where lovers walk hand in hand down the beach, looking longingly into each other’s eyes, with a glorious sunset as a backdrop. However the sad truth is that modern travel is beset with a myriad of minor irritations, some due to others, some self-inflicted; some which simply have to be endured and others which might give rise to legal redress – if one only had the patience and strength of purpose. Take a recent family holiday to Florida for instance …

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David Grant is Professor Emeritus at Northumbria University and was Visiting Professor of Travel Law at Leeds Metropolitan University.

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