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Title: Mason & Carter’s Restitution Law in Australia,3rd edition (Hardback)
ISBN: 9780409341638
Format: BB
Edition: 3
Authors: Mason, Carter & Tolhurst
Pub. Date: 20160503
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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Restitution is one of the law’s few remaining commons, largely untouched by statute.

Fifty years ago restitution was a wilderness, an apparent ‘miscellany of disparate categories’ through which litigant, judge and student trudged holding a compass marked ‘implied contract’ at its four points. The landscape of the modern Australian law of restitution, however, is complex. The topic of restitution addressed by the authors includes doctrines responding to different and/or additional policies as well as gain-based remedies appurtenant to wrongs with their juridical source outside unjust enrichment, which is only one of the bases for restitution.

In this third edition, the content has been revised and updated. Chapter 3 (Want of Title) has been substantially updated and Chapter 24 (Change of Position) has been completely rewritten.

This book is essential reading for members of the judiciary, barristers and solicitors Australia wide, as well as students of commercial law, equity and remedies.

Comments from reviewers :

'An excellent, accessible account of the modern law of restitution in Australia which will prove to be of enormous benefit to practitioners in Australia and which can be read with profit by all lawyers with an interest in this fascinating subject' [(1996) 112 Law Quarterly Review 691].

'A detailed masterly exposition, with meticulous cross-referencing' ([1996] Restitution Law Review 147).

Features

  • Authoritative, scholarly and comprehensive—written by pre-eminent authors

Related Titles

Carter, Contract Law in Australia, 6th ed, 2012
Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract, 2011
Carter, Carter on Contract, 2013, looseleaf and online



Title: Mason & Carter’s Restitution Law in Australia, 4th edition
ISBN: 9780409352252
Format: BC
Edition: 4
Authors: K Mason; J W Carter; G J Tolhurst
Pub. Date: 20210716
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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Restitution is one of the law’s few remaining commons, largely untouched by statute. Fifty years ago restitution was a wilderness, an apparent ‘miscellany of disparate categories’ through which litigant, judge and student trudged holding a compass marked ‘implied contract’ at its four points. The landscape of the modern Australian law of restitution, however, is complex. The topic of restitution addressed by the authors includes doctrines responding to different policies as well as gain-based remedies appurtenant to wrongs with their juridical source outside unjust enrichment, which is only one of the bases for restitution.

The fourth edition has been fully revised and updated and some chapters rewritten. There is extensive reference to Mann v Paterson Constructions Pty Ltd (2019), a High Court decision welcomed as to its outcome and its reversal of decisions criticised in earlier editions. The unorthodox and confusing reasoning of the justices, and the dangers posed to the coherent structure of restitution law, are also discussed.

This authoritative analysis of the law of restitution is essential reading for members of the judiciary, barristers and solicitors, as well as students of commercial law, equity and remedies.

Features

• Authoritative analysis by pre-eminent authors
• Scholarly
• Comprehensive

Related Titles

Carter, Contract Law in Australia, 7th ed, 2018
• Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract, 2nd ed, 2018
• Carter, Carter on Contract, looseleaf and online



Title: Mason & Carter’s Restitution Law in Australia, 4th edition (Hardback)
ISBN: 9780409352245
Format: BB
Edition: 4
Authors: K Mason; J W Carter; G J Tolhurst
Pub. Date: 20210714
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
Availability: Out_of_stock
RRP: $349.00
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Restitution is one of the law’s few remaining commons, largely untouched by statute. Fifty years ago restitution was a wilderness, an apparent ‘miscellany of disparate categories’ through which litigant, judge and student trudged holding a compass marked ‘implied contract’ at its four points. The landscape of the modern Australian law of restitution, however, is complex. The topic of restitution addressed by the authors includes doctrines responding to different policies as well as gain-based remedies appurtenant to wrongs with their juridical source outside unjust enrichment, which is only one of the bases for restitution.

The fourth edition has been fully revised and updated and some chapters rewritten. There is extensive reference to Mann v Paterson Constructions Pty Ltd (2019), a High Court decision welcomed as to its outcome and its reversal of decisions criticised in earlier editions. The unorthodox and confusing reasoning of the justices, and the dangers posed to the coherent structure of restitution law, are also discussed.

This authoritative analysis of the law of restitution is essential reading for members of the judiciary, barristers and solicitors, as well as students of commercial law, equity and remedies.

Features

• Authoritative analysis by pre-eminent authors
• Scholarly
• Comprehensive

Related Titles

Carter, Contract Law in Australia, 7th ed, 2018
• Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract, 2nd ed, 2018
• Carter, Carter on Contract, looseleaf and online