Damages and Restitution in UK Law
- Recovery of Compound Interest as Restitution or Damages
The Division of Marital Assets Following Divorce
In this paper, several possible bases for post‐divorce asset division are examined from an economics‐of‐law perspective, focusing in particular on the incentives for opportunistic behaviour set up ......... for opportunistic behaviour set up by the use of reliance, restitution, partnership, rehabilitation, and needs-based approaches. The current ...The paper explores the case for using an expectations-damages approach, given that this can deter opportunistic divorce. The conclusions ......
......) Final Report (1996) 382, 390 Aggravated, Exemplary and Restitutionary Damages, Law Commission Report (1997) 860 Cloning Issues in ......
Better than Fuller: A Two Interests Model of Remedies for Breach of Contract
The attempt to combine the contractual interests properly so‐called with the restitution interest in the Fuller and Purdue three interests model of remedies for breach of contract is ineradicably i......... combine the contractual interests properly so-called with the restitution interest in the Fuller and Purdue three interests model of remedies for ... student William Perdue Jr on ‘The Reliance Interest in Contract Damages’. 4 Though my own understanding of remedies remains based on Fuller and ......
Reconsidering Disgorgement for Wrongs
...... and participants at the International Conference on the Law of Restitution, University of Tel Aviv, May 1998, for their thought-provoking comments on ...1 ‘Disgorgement’, rather than ‘restitutionary damages’, is used so as to better differentiate between this remedy and the ......
- The Law Commission Report on Aggravated, Exemplary and Restitutionary Damages
Book reviewed in this article: Andrew Burrows, Understanding the Law of Obligations: Essays on Contract,Tort and Restitution...... the Law of Obligations: Essays on Contract, Tort and Restitution , Oxford: Hart Publishing, 1998, xxiv + 223, hb, £25.00. This is a ... his duty, whereas in fact the remedy is available only where damages are inadequate, which is plausibly understood to mean where actual ......
The Treatment of Teacher v Calder in AG v Blake
......: when a claimant seeking literal enforcement 4 establishes that damages are inadequate but nevertheless is denied the remedy he seeks, he will be ...5  1 WLR 798. . the wider use of restitutionary remedies. 6 It has proven very difficult (in my opinion it is impossible) ......
IN DEFENCE OF LORD DEVLIN
...... Barnurd of exemplary damages as arn anomalous feature of English law, and particular ... in quasi-contract-or, in modern terminology, in restitution-to recover the benefit which the commission of the tort ......
UNJUST ENRICHMENT AND UNJUST SACRIFICE
...... thesis that quasi-contract, or unjust enrichment or restitution (the two latter now the more current names), may be ... remedy as other (and better-known) remedies such as damages or specific performance. Restitution becomes in fact the ......
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