Covell & Lupton Principles of Remedies, 8th edition
Clear and accessible coverage of the principles of remedies in Australia.
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This concise and practical book is an essential reference for students and the busy lawyer. It takes the reader quickly to the heart of every key legal remedy, through clear, precise and accessible explanations and discussion. Common law, equitable, restitution and statutory relief are set out in elementary principles that come to life through illustrative case law. This eighth edition has been extensively revised and updated, including coverage of the evolution of online remedies and search orders as well as intriguing High Court judgments on remedies law, jurisprudence and the Constitutional injunction.
New to this edition are insights into the following leading cases:
• Lewis v The Australian Capital Territory  HCA 26
• Smethurst v Commissioner of Police  HCA 14
• Moore v Scenic Tours Pty Ltd  HCA 17
• Berry v CCL Secure Pty Ltd  HCA 27
• Parkes Shire Council v South West Helicopters Pty Ltd  HCA 14
• Mann v Paterson Constructions Pty Ltd  HCA 32
• Contains key practical elements to support successful claims for remedies
• Concise, accessible explanations and discussion
• Clear structure with optimal use of headings
• Barker & Grantham, Unjust Enrichment, 2nd ed, 2018
• Mason, Carter & Tolhurst, Mason & Carter’s Restitution Law in Australia, 4th ed, 2021
• Parsons, Quick Reference Card: Law of Remedies, 2021
Table of contents
- Part 1: Introduction
- 1 Introduction
- Part 2: Common Law
- 2 Damages in Tort
- 3 Damages in Contract
- Part 3: Restitution
- 4 Restitution
- Part 4: Equity
- 5 Rescission
- 6 Account of Profits
- 7 Specific Performance
- 8 Injunctions
- 9 Freezing Orders
- 10 Search Orders
- 11 Equitable Compensation and Damages
- 12 Constructive Trusts
- 13 Rectification
- 14 Declarations
- 15 Delivery Up
- Part 5: Statute
- 16 Remedies under the Contracts Review Act
- 17 Remedies under the Competition and Consumer Act