- Hungerford’s did Walker’s tax return but messed it up.
- He needed to sue Hungerfords, but also wanted to claim interest
- Mason & Wilson JJ: Usually damages are awarded in restitutio
- The damage caused by a circumstance like this is reasonably foreseeable
- The rule that damages are awarded at the time of breach is the usual stance but not always
- Brennan & Deane JJ: traditionally there has been no award of damages where it is interest on damages, not when the damages are the interest.
- Dawson J (in dissent) damages are set at the time of breach
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