Edited by Roger Halson and David Campbell
This Research Handbook comprehensively and authoritatively reviews the contemporary challenges in research regarding remedies in private law. The Research Handbook on Remedies in Private Law focuses on the most important issues throughout contract, equity, restitution and tort law as they have arisen in the major common law jurisdictions, touching upon those of other jurisdictions where pertinent.
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- Research Handbook on Remedies in Private Law
- Chapter 1: Is remedies a subject?
- Chapter 2: The modern history of remedies for breach of contract
- Chapter 3: The modern history of tort remedies in England and Wales
- Chapter 4: Personal injury compensation and civil justice paradigms
- Chapter 5: Remedies and reality in the law of contract
- Chapter 6: The limitations on reliance damages for breach of contract
- Chapter 7: Restitution
- Chapter 8: Two conceptions of the performance interest in contract damages
- Chapter 9: Equitable remedies for breach of trust
- Chapter 10: Termination of contract for fundamental breach
- Chapter 11: Literal enforcement of obligations
- Chapter 12: The recovery of damages for non-pecuniary loss in contract and tort a unified approach
- Chapter 13: Remedies for common mistake and frustration
- Chapter 14: Market damages in sales of goods and their relationship to the general principles of remedies for breach of contract
- Chapter 15: The Consumer Rights Act 2015 and related reforms: an epic disappointment?
- Chapter 16: Injunctions through the lens of nuisance
- Chapter 17: Gain-based damages
- Chapter 18: Remedies for breach of contract in Scots law
- Chapter 19: Australian perspectives on contract damages
- Chapter 20: Canadian perspectives on contract remedies
- Chapter 21: New Zealand perspectives on contract remedies
- Chapter 22: Remedies in international instruments
- Chapter 23: Those magnificent men in their unifying machines: exploring the wreckage of the unification initiative in European private law
- Chapter 24: Tort law and the tort system: from vindictiveness to vindication
- Chapter 25: The structure of remedial law
- Chapter 26: Contract remedies as default rules
- Chapter 27: A relational perspective on contract laws default rules, with an emphasis on remedies
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