Re-examining the exclusivity principle following Stott v Thomas Cook Tour Operators Ltd

12th June 2014 by Donald Green

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The Supreme Court decision in Stott v Thomas Cook Tour Operators Limited has focused attention again on the tension between the various strands of travel law (common law, EU law, International Conventions), caused by the exclusivity principles contained in the Conventions, overriding domestic and EU laws designed to protect consumer rights.

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Donald Green is a barrister specialising in criminal work.

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