Published May 2000
by Informa Pub .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||345|
The first part of this volume collates papers from the Second Mansfield Symposium, which examined the areas of equity, trusts and restitution. The second part addresses the emerging field of equitable compensation and its implications. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Restitution and Equity Mark Byrne* The acceptance and potential growth in Australia of the law of restitution, based upon the concept of unjust enrichment, raises some questions about its place within our legal framework. In particular there has been some concern . The article that follows is a study of the principle of unjust enrichment and its connection, if any, to “equity.” The problem addressed here is not the substantive meaning of unjust enrichment, but the role that unjust enrichment plays in judicial decision-making. I will argue that the principle of unjust enrichment can be understood in at Cited by:
Start your review of Dobbs' Law of Remedies: Damages - Equity - Restitution (Hornbook Series) (Hornbook Series Student Edition) Write a review Lynn rated it did not like it3/5. book, Chapters 1 through 4, focuses on generally accepted principles and is organized around the three core types of remedy — damages, equitable relief, and restitution. The second half of the book, Chapters 5 through 9, concentrates on the application of those general remedial. TY - BOOK. T1 - Restitution and Equity: volume 1: Resulting Trusts and Equitable Compensation. AU - Birks, PBH. AU - Rose, FD. PY - Y1 - M3 - Edited book. SN - VL - 1. BT - Restitution and Equity: volume 1: Resulting Trusts and Equitable Compensation. PB - Cited by: 4. The first half of the book focuses on generally accepted principles and is organized around the three core types of remedy -- damages, equitable relief, and restitution. The second half of the book concentrates on the application of those general remedial principles in specific contexts and is organized around remedies for particular wrongs Book Edition: 4.
This book, spanning many of the controversial issues at the cutting edge of unjust enrichment, is an indispensable guide through this area of law for all commercial practitioners. Edited by Drs Simone Degeling and James Edelman, the book draws on papers presented at the “Restitution in Commercial Law” Conference in Sydney in August Restatement of the Law of Restitution: Quasi Contracts and Constructive Trusts by American Law Institute Call Number: KF R Publication Date: Restitution and Equity. That is, where restitution in equity would fit within the unjust enrichment framework as suggested. This overlap has previously been identified, particularly as between restitution and the doctrine of unconscionability. Equity Fiduciaries and Trusts Sydney Law Book Company at to the relationship ever Cited by: 2. Restatement of the law of restitution: quasi contracts and constructive trusts, as adopted and promulgated by the American law institute at Washington, D.C. May 8, KF R37 V.3 Notes on certain important sections of Restatement of restitution / by .