Published August 7, 2006
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||848|
This book lays out the key principles underlying the law of restitution, a subject recognised by the House of Lords as a discrete body of law fifteen years ago. The law of restitution is concerned with the questions of when restitutionary remedies may be awarded. These are remedies which operate to deprive defendants of gains rather than to compensate claimants for : Graham Virgo. This new textbook outlines the general principles of the rapidly developing subject of the Law of Restitution. Restitution is concerned with the reversing of unjust enrichment and was recently recognized as a discrete body of law by the House of Lords although restitutionary principles have infact been evolving for over years. Professor Tang’s textbook on the Principles of the Law of Restitution in Singapore is the first book dedicated to the law of restitution in Singapore. The book draws from leading decisions in Singapore and other Commonwealth jurisdictions to explain the fundamental concepts in . It focuses on the identification and analysis of the principles which underpin the law of restitution as a whole, but with reference to its three distinct parts: unjust enrichment, restitution for wrongs, and the vindication ofproperty rights.
One significant aspect of the book remains unchanged: the book continues to focus on the identification and analysis of the principles which underpin the law of restitution as a whole, but with reference to its three distinct parts: unjust enrichment, restitution for wrongs, and the vindication of property : Graham Virgo. Cases and Materials on the Law of Restitution Book Summary: Cases and Materials on the Law of Restitution is an authoritative and scholarly guide written by leading experts who have shaped and defined the law of restitution and unjust enrichment. Extensive coverage of cases and academic perspectives provides a rounded view of the subject. The law of restitution is a major branch of private law which is not well understood. This is the first book dedicated to the law of restitution in Singapore providing an analysis of the principles of the law of restitution with reference to two distinct parts, namely, unjust enrichment and restitution for wrongs. Restitution, a vital means of redress in unjust enrichment cases, is a fundamental legal principle manifested explicitly in contract, tort, and much of the common law. Now, offering insightful analysis of principles and practical, expert advice about available remedies in a wide range of actions, The Law of Restitution gives you powerful.
Principles of the Law of Restitution - Graham Virgo - Google Books This new textbook outlines the general principles of the rapidly developing subject of the Law of Restitution. A comprehensive source of up to date primary and secondary materials Addresses controversial debates about the ambit, function, and interpretation of the law of restitution Includes a new chapter on the operation of juridical bars on restitutionary claims. The third edition of The Principles of the Law of Restitution brings this widely cited and influential volume fully up to date. It has been substantially rewritten to reflect the significant changes in the law of restitution and the expansion in the theoretical and critical commentary on the subject. Following important decisions of the Supreme Court and other courts, large-scale changes have. The second edition of this textbook lays out the key principles which underlie that body of law known as the law of restitution. This subject was recognised by the House of Lords as a discrete body of law fifteen years ago - although restitutionary principles have, in fact, been evolving for over years.