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The author has taken the opportunity presented by the production of this new paperback edition to revise parts of the text and add a substantial postscript which brings the text up to date. This important work was hailed by scholars worldwide as the most significant recent work on restitution, and a landmark in the development of our understanding of this difficult subject. Students and scholars of common and civil law will welcome this paperback which brings the work to a wider readership. 'The book amply repays close attention...both for its wealth of detail and for its perspicuous organisational principles'.Ethics 'This is an impressive and challenging book that will be read and debated by legal scholars for some years'.Social SciencesBirks, Peter is the author of 'Introduction to the Law of Restitution' with ISBN 9780198256458 and ISBN 0198256450.
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