Size Matters: Liability of a Retail Agent for Representations Made at the Point of a Holiday Booking

12th March 2013 by Chris Deacon

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The recent case of McKay v Thomas Cook Retail Limited (t/a Cruise Thomas Cook) illustrates how a retail agent can be held liable to a customer in damages as a result of inaccurate representations which go on to form the basis of a “collateral contract”.

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Chris is a specialist international injury lawyer who throughout his career has acted almost exclusively for the victims of accidents abroad.

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