Equity, restitution and fraud

Glover, J 2004, Equity, restitution and fraud, LexisNexis Butterworths, Sydney, Australia.

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Title Equity, restitution and fraud
Author(s) Glover, J
Year 2004
Publisher LexisNexis Butterworths
Place of publication Sydney, Australia
Summary Misappropriated assets can be recovered, fraudulent transactions set aside and wrongful gains reversed through the specific remedies of modern equity. Powerful responses of this have made equity ascendant in commercial litigation. A thorough understanding by practitioners is invaluable for commercial practice. Equity, Restitution & Fraud provides a comprehensive coverage of restitutionary, proprietary remedies. This well written book traverses the boundaries between equity and remedies focusing on their strong interrelationship and provides a scholarly analysis of the rationales and policy behind the restitutionary aspects pertaining to fraud. Issues that are discussed include the pre-eminent actions for breach of a fiduciary relationship, unconscionability and breaches of confidence, which allow the remedial benefits of equity to intervene and mediate the rigours of the common law
Copyright notice © 2004 Reed International books Australia Pty Limited trading as LexisNexis
ISBN 0409321583
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