Recent changes to the Trade Practices Act and to State tort law regimes have significantly altered the lawon liability arising from personal injury incurred in the course of participation in recreational services. In particular,where a service provider seeks to waive liability for negligence and breach of contract, the interaction between the TPA,the common law of contract and torts, and State legislation, has led to excessive complexity. In the context ofrecreational services, the article suggests that recent 'tort reforms' are a failure according to the criteria of consistency and simplicity.
|Number of pages||18|
|Journal||Torts Law Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|