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principles of equitable remedies

I. C. F. Spry

principles of equitable remedies

injunctions, specific performance, and equitable damages

by I. C. F. Spry

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Published by Sweet and Maxwell in London .
Written in English

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  • Australia.
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    • Equitable remedies -- Australia.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesEquitable remedies.
      Statementby I.C.F. Spry.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationlii, 616 p. ;
      Number of Pages616
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3834933M
      ISBN 100421273208
      LC Control Number81148765

      Equitable Remedies. Assoc Prof Cameron Stewart Injunctions Injunctions are orders made by the courts either restraining or requiring performance of a specific act in order to give effect to the legal rights of the applicant. An injunction that prevents a course of action is said to be prohibitive in nature, and this is the traditional essence of injunctive relief - it commands cessation of a 5/5(1).


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The Principles of Equitable Remedies: Specific Performance, Injunctions, Rectification and Equitable Damages.

The Principles of Equitable Remedies.: EQUITABLE REMEDIES is commonly regarded as the most thorough and in-depth treatise on equitable remedies in the common law world today. The fifth edition of this highly respected book on equitable remedies provides comprehensive coverage of the principles of the subject.

It discusses in detail topics such as injunction, specific performance, rectification and equitable damages and its clear layout will. The principles of equitable remedies: specific performance, injunctions, rectification and equitable damages / by I. Spry.

KF S67 KF S67 For discussion of the law relating to injunctions, specific performance, rectification and equitable damages, Equitable Remedies 9 th Edition is the essential resource on the subject.

Simply, it is the most thorough and in-depth treatise on the subject. less. Equitable Remedies is a work of the highest international standing and the common law authority on remedies in equity. Equitable remedies are designed to be ancillary to common law remedies; the supplement the Though equitable principles are generally interpreted and applied flexibly, several requirements have emerged as prerequisites to the making of an order for specific Size: KB.

Recent years have seen many significant cases decided across the common law world in which courts have directly grappled with important and difficult issues concerning proprietary remedies (such as the constructive trust, rescission and liens) awarded in response to common law and equitable wrongdoing, and to events of unjust enrichment.

equitable principles, as is the moderating judgment of the Chief Justice. Echoes of Lord Eldon (representing “orthodoxy”) and Lord Mansfield (representing “liberalism”) can be heard more than faintly. chapter opening Replacement 9/20/ 6 Part 1.

Equitable Distribution Overview and Procedure I. Introduction and Overview A. Background 1. BeforeNorth Carolina was a common law “title” jurisdiction with regard to prop-File Size: KB. Equitable remedies arise where there is a “significant possibility of conflict” between the fiduciary duty to act in the best interests of the company and the personal interests of the director.

Also, discussed simultaneously is the existence of common law which highlights the avenues where equity differs from common law sense/5. The Principles of Equitable Remedies: Specific Performance, Injunctions, Rectification and Equitable Damages.

Spry. LBC Information Services, - pages. 0 Reviews. The purpose of this book is to set out the principles by reference to which injunctions and orders of specific performance are granted.

And to analyse incidentally. This chapter concerns two topics: the general remedies that equity offers to the legal system together with the proactive remedy that particularly concerns the recovery of land or shares: proprietary may have studied the topic of equitable remedies in contract law so, hopefully, this chapter should act as something of a reminder to you about these principles.

The purpose of this book is to set out the principles by reference to which injunctions and orders of specific performance are granted. And to analyse incidentally such equitable doctrines.

Category: Equitable remedies The Equitable Jurisdiction Of The Court Of Chancery. The Law of Equitable Remedies is a book designed for practitioners, students, or anyone looking for a discussion of principles that underlie the application of major equitable remedies, including interlocutory injunctions, permanent injunctions, specific performance, equitable compensation, equitable damages, and rectification.

In each of these areas the reader will find a discussion of the. The basic structure of the book has served well and remains unchanged. The first half of the book, Chapters 1 through 4, focuses on generally accepted principles and is organized around the three core types of remedy — damages, equitable relief, and restitution.

The second half of. Find The Principles of Equitable Remedies: Specific Performance, Injunctions, Rectification and Equitable Damages 8th ed, by I.C.F. Spry, ISBNpublished by Thomson Reuters Australia fromthe World's Legal Bookshop.

Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates world-wide. Equitable remedies are not available as a right. If an equity arises and there is no bar to the ground of relief, then the court will grant a remedy that is just and fair in the circumstances.

The exact scope of the equitable principle of a proprietary estoppel is the subject of different opinions in different cases.

The Principles of Equitable Remedies Hardcover – Oct. 31 by I.C.F. Spry (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover, Oct 31 "Please retry" Author: I.C.F.

Spry. Equitable remedies are a distinct category of remedies that can be obtained in a breach of contract situation.

In general, remedies may be divided into two categories: legal and equitable. Legal remedies allow the non-breaching party to recover monetary damages. In contrast, equitable remedies are actions that the court prescribes which will Author: Jaclyn Wishnia.

Generally speaking, “a claim could be deemed equitable if it sought a coercive remedy like injunction,” or “if the plaintiff sought to enforce a right that was originally created in the equity courts, or a right that was traditionally decided according to equitable principles.”.

The principles of equitable remedies: specific performance, injunctions, rectification, and equitable damages. [I C F Spry] -- Commonly regarded as the most thorough and in depth treatise on equitable remedies in the common law world today.

The principles of equitable remedies: specific performance, injunctions, rectification and equitable damages. [I C F Spry] Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Injunctions: Equitable Principles. An injunction is an equitable remedy.

It is a remedy that is underpinned by fundamental fairness and awarded by the court at its discretion, as opposed to a legal remedy that is available as of right to a successful claimant. When exercising its discretion, the court will apply certain key principles of equity.

Equitable remedies include recession and ratification, injunctions and specific performance, all of which are available from the court of equity at the discretion of such court. This essay will look at the equitable remedies available and in particular ask how men and women are treated differently in v the grant and denial of such remedies.

When seeking an equitable relief, the one that has been wronged has the stronger hand. The stronger hand is the one that has the capacity to ask for a legal remedy (judicial relief).

In equity, this form of remedy is usually one of specific performance or an injunction (injunctive relief). Equitable remedies were originally created in accordance with principles of justice and fair play to the parties. The only common law remedy was damages but in appropriate cases this remedy may be inappropriate for the claimant.

Equitable remedies act in personam and it is a contempt of court to wilfully refuse to comply with the court order. Remedies Outline 1) Choice of law a) In federal court, remedies are considered a part of substantive law b) Equitable claims are before a judge and subject to constitutional considerations c) Constitutional jurisdictions consideration 2) Procedure a) Remedies usually have to be asked for the in the pleadingsFile Size: KB.

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Spry. Equitable remedies are judicial remedies developed by courts of equity from about the time of Henry VIII to provide more flexible responses to changing social conditions than was possible in precedent-based common law. Equitable remedies were granted by the Court of Chancery in England, and remain available today in most common law many jurisdictions, legal and equitable.

Specific Performance, Injunctions, Rectification and Equitable Damages. Equitable Remedies is a work of the highest international standing and the common law authority on remedies in equity.

Famously described by Sir Owen Dixon as "the best legal book to have come out of Australia", through each new edition it continues to be cited by judges in the highest courts of the common law world.

Equitable Doctrines and Maxims Although the granting of equitable relief is discretionary, it is not arbitrary. Instead, the law of equity developed equitable doctrines and maxims, which the court applies guide its exercise of discretion to grant equitable relief.

The following remarks endeavour to analyse further the principles of fair and equitable treatment and the way in which arbitral tribunals concretise and balance these principles. Within this analysis, a general distinction is made between principles addressing rather substantive issues and those mainly related to procedural aspects of a host.

THE COURT CAN DISSOLVE AN EX-PARTE INJUNCTION, where it was obtained by fraud, misrepresentation or suppression of facts, and other equitable principles shall guide the court. SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE. Is a discretionary and equitable remedy compelling a party to a contract to fulfil his obligation in accordance with the terms of the contract.

Principles For Equitable Civic Engagement. 8 Principles in Brief Embracing Gifts Race & Power Radical Hospitality Trust Through Commitment Honoring Protest Adaptability Encouraging the skills, knowledge and resources inherent in communities Validating experiences of systemic racism; Understanding Power ImbalancesFile Size: 5MB.

For remedies offered by this area of law, such as injunctions and specific performance, see equitable remedy. The Court of Chancery, London, in the early 19th century. In jurisdictions following the Englishcommon law system, equityis the body of law which was developed in the English Court of Chanceryand which is now administered concurrently with the common law.

What are Equitable Remedies. The origin of the concept of Equitable Remedies dates back to the time of the Court of Chancery in England. This court, also known as the court of equity, was introduced to mitigate the harshness and injustice that sometimes resulted from the strict common law system.

It granted relief or remedies to the aggrieved parties, namely, Equitable Remedies. The equitable remedies are specific performance (an order directing a person to deliver to the buyer the unique thing the seller contracted to sell), injunction (an order directing a person to stop doing that which he should not do), and restitution (the return by one party of the benefit conferred on him when the contract is not performed, to.

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Proportionality means one party may get a larger distribution of rewards than the other to compensate that party for taking greater risks or making investments.

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Although inclusion is often viewed in Price: $The title of this chapter may look like a grab bag of remedies, but this is not the case. Specific performance and injunctions are equitable remedies.

The remedy of equitable damages is a creature of statute available either in lieu of or in addition to the equitable remedies of Author: Michael Bryan, Vicki Vann.Limits on remedies for breach; Equitable Remedies Law and equity in history Equitable Discretion (REM12) Overview of Forms of Equitable Relief Equitable Remedies - An Overview (REM02) Characterizing Remedies (REM03) In Personam Remedies (REM31) Irreparable injury & adequacy of the remedy at law Irreparable Injury (REM08).