Now in its 4th edition, Delictual Liability is a highly respected and extremely popular account of the principles of delict in Scots law and is a standard introductory textbook on the subject. Delict is a notoriously difficult area of the law. This book is characterised by its clear and coherent account of the principles of delict, which should prove useful to student and practitioner alike. The text is founded on the principles of delictual liability, illustrated by many examples. The fourth edition of this extremely popular guide takes account of significant developments in case law in relation to House of Lords decisions on economic wrongs, the meaning of harm, pure economic loss, vicarious liability, remoteness of damages and remoteness of losses. In addition, the full implications of the mesothelioma cases are explored.