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Commercial Remedies: Resolving Controversies

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Graham Virgo, Sarah Worthington, Jonathan Morgan, Janet O'Sullivan, Andrew Summers, Mindy Chen-Wishart, Paul Davies, Nick McBride, Amy Goymour, Charlie Webb, Adam Kramer, Andrew Burrows, Sarah Green, James Goudkamp, Richard Hooley, Carmine Conte, Louise Gullifer, Stephen Watterson, Peter Turner, Louise Merrett, Matthew Dyson, Paul Jarvis, Neil Andrews
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  • Date Published: September 2017
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107171329

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  • The law of commercial remedies raises a number of important doctrinal, theoretical and practical controversies which deserve sustained and rigorous examination. This volume explores such controversies and suggests solutions, which is essential to ensure that the law is defensible, clear and just. With contributions from twenty-three leading academic and practitioner experts, this book addresses significant issues in the law which, taken together, range across the entire remedial jurisdiction as it applies to commercial disputes. The book primarily focuses on the resolution of controversies in the English law of commercial remedies, but recent developments elsewhere are also considered, especially in other common law jurisdictions. The result provides remarkably comprehensive coverage of the field which will be of relevance to academics, students, judges and practitioners.

    • Includes contributions from leading experts in the field of commercial remedies, ensuring key concepts, rules and policies are covered
    • Focuses on English commercial remedies but considers other common law jurisdictions where relevant
    • The different chapters create a coherent and authoritative text which will appeal to academic, student and practitioner audiences
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    • Date Published: September 2017
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107171329
    • length: 622 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 156 x 36 mm
    • weight: 0.98kg
    • contains: 1 table
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Introduction:
    1. Commercial remedies: identifying themes and controversies Graham Virgo and Sarah Worthington
    2. On the nature and function of remedies for breach of contract Jonathan Morgan
    Part II. Specific Remedies:
    3. Repudiation: keeping the contract alive Janet O'Sullivan
    4. Termination and the agreed sum Andrew Summers
    5. Specific performance and change of mind Mindy Chen-Wishart
    6. Injunctions in tort and contract Paul Davies
    7. Rescission Nick McBride
    8. Remedies for vindicating ownership rights in real property Amy Goymour
    Part III. Monetary Remedies:
    9. Performance damages Charlie Webb
    10. Proving contract damages Adam Kramer
    11. Interest Andrew Burrows
    12. Actionable loss of a chance Sarah Green
    13. Gain-based remedies Graham Virgo
    14. Exemplary damages James Goudkamp
    Part IV. Agreed and Party-Specific Remedies:
    15. Express termination clauses Richard Hooley
    16. Penalty clauses Sarah Worthington
    17. Deposit clauses Carmine Conte
    18. Flawed assets clauses Louise Gullifer
    19. Subrogation Stephen Watterson
    20. Equitable set-off Peter Turner
    Part V. Special Contexts:
    21. Commercial remedies in international cases Louise Merrett
    22. Remedies of the criminal courts Matthew Dyson and Paul Jarvis
    Part VI. The Future:
    23. Codification of remedies for breach of commercial contracts: a blue-print Neil Andrews.

  • Editors

    Graham Virgo, University of Cambridge
    Graham Virgo is a co-director of the Cambridge Private Law Centre, University of Cambridge.

    Sarah Worthington, University of Cambridge
    Sarah Worthington is a co-director of the Cambridge Private Law Centre, University of Cambridge.

    Contributors

    Graham Virgo, Sarah Worthington, Jonathan Morgan, Janet O'Sullivan, Andrew Summers, Mindy Chen-Wishart, Paul Davies, Nick McBride, Amy Goymour, Charlie Webb, Adam Kramer, Andrew Burrows, Sarah Green, James Goudkamp, Richard Hooley, Carmine Conte, Louise Gullifer, Stephen Watterson, Peter Turner, Louise Merrett, Matthew Dyson, Paul Jarvis, Neil Andrews

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