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OUT OF PRINT - SAL Journal 2016 Special Issue (Remedies)

“This special issue reflects the great wealth of diverse and rigorous remedies scholarship that characterises its current phase of development. A particular aim of … this special issue, was to celebrate the depth and breadth of expertise on the law of remedies currently found in the Asia-Pacific region. To that end, the issue brings together distinguished scholars working in Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, all with international standing and connections to the world’s great law schools. Their work displays a correspondingly firm command of the law of remedies across multiple jurisdictions. Each of their contributions to this issue provides a unique and original perspective on its chosen topic. As a collective body of work, the essays provide a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the ongoing evolution of this important field as a matter of theory and, relatedly, in practice.”

 

— Professor Elise Bant, Guest Editor

 
 
Articles by
 
1. Elise Bant
2. The Hounourable Judge of Appeal Justice Andrew Phang Boon Leong
3. James Penner & KarLuis Quek
4. Simone Degeling
5. Lusina Ho
6. Yip Man & Goh Yihan
7. Michael Bryan
8. Jessica Palmer
9. Kelvin F K Low
10.Alvin W-L-See
11.Nicholas J McBride
12.Jeannie Marie Paterson & Veronica Wong

 

Contents
 
Articles
1.Remedies: Reflections and Perspectives
2.The Law of Remedies: The Importance of Comparative and Integrated Analysis
3.The Law’s Remedial Norms
4.Substitutive Damages and Mitigation in Contract Law: Tension between Two Competing Norms
5.Loss of a Chance and Breach of Fiduciary Duty: The Requirement of Certainty of Loss
6.An Account of Accounts
7.Navigating the Maze: Making Sense of Equitable Compensation and Account of Profits for Breach of Fiduciary Duty
8.Injunctions and Damages: Taking Shelfer off the Shelf
9.Unjust enrichment, Proprietary Subrogation and Unsatisfactory Explanations
10.The User Principle: Rashomon Effect or Much Ado about Nothing?
11.Unauthorised Fiduciary Gains and the Constructive Trust
12.Vindicatio: The Missing Remedy?
13.Consumer Protection, Statute and the Ongoing Influence of the General Law in Singapore
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Article Type SAL Journal 2016 Special Issue - Remedies
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“This special issue reflects the great wealth of diverse and rigorous remedies scholarship that characterises its current phase of development. A particular aim of … this special issue, was to celebrate the depth and breadth of expertise on the law of remedies currently found in the Asia-Pacific region. To that end, the issue brings together distinguished scholars working in Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, all with international standing and connections to the world’s great law schools. Their work displays a correspondingly firm command of the law of remedies across multiple jurisdictions. Each of their contributions to this issue provides a unique and original perspective on its chosen topic. As a collective body of work, the essays provide a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the ongoing evolution of this important field as a matter of theory and, relatedly, in practice.” — Professor Elise Bant, Guest Editor


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“This special issue reflects the great wealth of diverse and rigorous remedies scholarship that characterises its current phase of development. A particular aim of … this special issue, was to celebrate the depth and breadth of expertise on the law of remedies currently found in the Asia-Pacific region. To that end, the issue brings together distinguished scholars working in Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, all with international standing and connections to the world’s great law schools. Their work displays a correspondingly firm command of the law of remedies across multiple jurisdictions. Each of their contributions to this issue provides a unique and original perspective on its chosen topic. As a collective body of work, the essays provide a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the ongoing evolution of this important field as a matter of theory and, relatedly, in practice.”

 

— Professor Elise Bant, Guest Editor

 
 
Articles by
 
1. Elise Bant
2. The Hounourable Judge of Appeal Justice Andrew Phang Boon Leong
3. James Penner & KarLuis Quek
4. Simone Degeling
5. Lusina Ho
6. Yip Man & Goh Yihan
7. Michael Bryan
8. Jessica Palmer
9. Kelvin F K Low
10.Alvin W-L-See
11.Nicholas J McBride
12.Jeannie Marie Paterson & Veronica Wong

 

Contents
 
Articles
1.Remedies: Reflections and Perspectives
2.The Law of Remedies: The Importance of Comparative and Integrated Analysis
3.The Law’s Remedial Norms
4.Substitutive Damages and Mitigation in Contract Law: Tension between Two Competing Norms
5.Loss of a Chance and Breach of Fiduciary Duty: The Requirement of Certainty of Loss
6.An Account of Accounts
7.Navigating the Maze: Making Sense of Equitable Compensation and Account of Profits for Breach of Fiduciary Duty
8.Injunctions and Damages: Taking Shelfer off the Shelf
9.Unjust enrichment, Proprietary Subrogation and Unsatisfactory Explanations
10.The User Principle: Rashomon Effect or Much Ado about Nothing?
11.Unauthorised Fiduciary Gains and the Constructive Trust
12.Vindicatio: The Missing Remedy?
13.Consumer Protection, Statute and the Ongoing Influence of the General Law in Singapore
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Products specifications
Article Type SAL Journal 2016 Special Issue - Remedies
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.88200
Depth 2.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000