Remedies, 2nd Edition by David Wright

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Remedies, 2nd Edition by David Wright

Author David Wright
Publication Date December 2014
ISBN 9781862879324
Format Softcover
Publisher The Federation Press

The importance of remedies is enormous. Clients desire remedies, and understanding the law of remedies is essential for both law school and successful practise. When it comes to breaches of tort, contract, or equitable obligations, remedies are frequently an afterthought. This popular method can be very costly to clients.

An grasp of the vast overlap between remedies is also critical. The facts of the case can now be approached from a variety of perspectives; for example, factors that lead to a breach of contract may also lead to unjust enrichment and violations of the Competition and Consumer Act. Failure to recognise the various remedial ramifications might cost clients a lot of money.

The law of remedies in Australia is briefly described in this text. The book delivers what students and practitioners want and what their clients need by focusing on Australian law, writing in simple language, and making it accessible to all attorneys and law students.

All of this is improved by the new version, which is up-to-date in this changing environment and concludes each chapter with a series of questions and answers to ensure that the law is thoroughly understood.

TABLE OF CONTENTS of Remedies, 2nd Edition

Table of Cases
Table of Statutes

PART I: Introduction

PART II: Compensation at Common Law
Contractual Damages
Tortious Damages
Restitution (Unjust Enrichment)

PART III: Equitable Remedies
Equitable Remedies Generally
Compensation in Equity
Lord Cairns’ Act Damages (Equitable Damages)
Account of Profits
Rectification
The Remedial Constructive Trust
Specific Restitution
Specific Performance
Rescission
Final Injunctions
Interlocutory Injunctions

PART IV: Remedies Similar to Traditional Remedies
Mareva Injunctions
Anton Piller (Search) Orders
Remedies under the CCA
Declarations

Index