This topic will review the judicial remedies available in private law. The perspective adopted will be that of remedial goals, namely compensation, restitution, punishment, coercion and urgency. In this way, the topic can cut across the traditional compartments of tort, contract and property on the one hand, and law, equity and statute on the other, so that students will be in a position to evaluate critically the remedial rules in light of the goals which private law seeks to achieve when redressing or preventing legal wrongs.
This topic aims to:
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