Equity is traditionally, if imprecisely, regarded as the conscience of the law, but in the literature of common law, emphasis is usually placed on the law of trusts. The role of equity, and its relationship with the common law rules of contract, restitution, and property, are matters on which opinion is sharply divided. This book provides an outline of the basic principles of equity, illustrated by historical and contemporary examples of equity's operation. It considers equity's role in creating different rights and ...

Equity 2006, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780199290505

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