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Hadley v. Baxendale

9 Exch. 341 (England 1854)

tl;dr: Courier's delay in shipping miller's order results in miller's lost profits. Miller cannot recover damages for lost profits because the courier did not know or have reason to know that their delay would result in the lost profits.

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Facts:Crankshaft in Hadley’s mill breaks. He contracts with shipper Baxendale...

Holding:The consequences of Baxendale's breach (several days of lost profits...

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