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The Law of Restitution is now firmly established as a distinct branch of the law of obligations, however for much of the past twenty-five years its status has been the subject of much debate both in the courts and in academia and there are those who still view it with great suspicion and disbelief. For this collection the author has chosen a number of previously published and influential papers which he has selectively revised and up-dated, together with a number of completely new papers which present his latest views on a range of issues central to the law of restitution. The book offers in-depth coverage of most of the important topics on the law of restitution.Beatson, Jack is the author of 'Use and Abuse of Unjust Enrichment Essays on the Law of Restitution' with ISBN 9780198254256 and ISBN 0198254253.
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