No loss and assignment: the development of the common law in the construction context

A note outlining the development of the common law on the no loss defence, or the defence that an assignor may not recover more than the assignee, in the context of construction and engineering cases. These cases are sometimes said to refer to a possible "black hole".

Practical Law Construction (originally contributed by Francis Ho, then of King & Spalding LLP)

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