Author: Ward Farnsworth
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022614433X
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The book explains restitution doctrines, remedies, and defenses with unprecedented clarity and illustrates them with vivid examples.

Law Of Remedies

Author: Dan Dobbs
Publisher: West Academic
ISBN: 1640201386
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UNJUST ENRICHMENT (2014); Douglas Laycock, Restoring Restitution to the
Canon, 110 MICH. L. REV. 929 (2012); Michael Traynor, The Restatement (Third)
of Restitution & Unjust Enrichment: Some Introductory Suggestions, 68 WASH. &
LEE L. REV. 899 (2011); international treatments: Charles Mitchell, Paul Mitchell
9th ed.

Foundations Of Private Law

Author: James Gordley
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191021717
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The thesis of the book is that underlying these fields of law are common principles, and that these principles can be used to explain the history and development of these areas.

Wrongful Enrichment

Author: Nahel Asfour
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1782257063
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4 M Gergen, 'What Renders Enrichment Unjust?' (2000–01) 79 Texas Law
Review 1927, 1927. 5 cf H Dagan, The Law and Ethics of Restitution (Cambridge
, Cambridge University Press, 2004) 13. 6C Wendehorst, 'The State as a
Foundation of Private Law Reasoning' (2008) 56 American Journal of
Comparative Law 567,569–70. 7 ibid. 8 W Farnsworth, Restitution: Civil Liability
for Unjust Enrichment (Chicago, IL, University of Chicago Press, 2014) 9–11. 9 N
Elkin-Koren and E ...

The Law Of Restitution

Author: Andrew Burrows
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199296529
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See Equitable lien Limitation, 604—614 accrual ofcause of action, 607—609
breach of contract, restitution for 703 —704 common law approach, 605
equitable approach, 605 equitable remedies, 612—613 equitable wrongs,
restitution for 704—705 justifications for, 604—605 laches, 605, 612—613, 705
equitable remedies subject to, 606 flexible doctrine, 612 unjust enrichment,
restitution of, 605—14 accrual of cause ofaction, 607—609 Civil Liability (
Contribution) Act (1978), 606 ...

Harvard Law Review Volume 128 Number 7 May 2015

Author: Harvard Law Review
Publisher: Quid Pro Books
ISBN: 1610278380
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... “for perhaps the first time ever” (p. 147), party identity appears to be the
foremost determinant of how the Justices vote. While writing for a broad audience
, Professor Epps's deep insight and engaging style create a captivating narrative
of the personalities behind the Supreme Court's decisions even for those who are
already familiar with the 2013 Term. RESTITUTION: CIVIL LIABILITY FOR
UNJUST ENRICHMENT. By Ward Farnsworth. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago
Press. 2014.

Understanding Remedies

Author: James M. Fischer
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 1422486559
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Restitutionary remedies may also provide redress that is otherwise unavailable
under the law of damages. The essence of restitution is the recovery of the
benefit realized by the defendant not compensation for the harm or injury
sustained by the plaintiff.2 Restitution is based on the goal of avoiding unjust
enrichment; unjust enrichment is, however, a concept of some indeterminancy.
Unjust enrichment exists as a separate basis of civil liability, wholly independent
of tort or contract.

Re Examining Contract And Unjust Enrichment

Author: Paula Giliker
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9004155635
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Unjust enrichment's foundational notion that one party ought not retain a benet
obtained at the expense of another in the absence of legal justication lls a void in
the law of civil obligations by establishing liability where the law of contract or tort
... As indicated by Gummow, 'the concepts of unjust enrichment involving
restitution for a benet derived at the expense of a plaintiff. . . cannot readily
accommodate equitable doctrines which exist, not so much to adjust the rights of
parties, as to ...

The Foundations Of Unjust Enrichment

Author: Peter Birks
Publisher: Victoria University Press
ISBN: 9780864734303
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Six public lectures given by Peter Birks when he was the Centennial Visiting Fellow at the Victoria University of Wellington Law School in August and September 1999.