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Fetter v Beale (1701) 1 Salk 11; 91 ER 1122

This case considered the issue of damages and the finality of litigation and whether or not an injured man was entitled to further damages for the worsening of his injuries in a later action after he had already been successful in an initial action for his injuries.

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