Publisher: Hart Publishing (June 30, 2010)
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This booklet examines claims concerning unjust enrichment and public our bodies in France, England, and the european. half 1 explores the legislation because it now stands in England and Wales because of circumstances resembling Woolwich EBS v IRC, these as a result of the choice of the eu courtroom of Justice (ECJ) in Metallgesellschaft and Hoechst v IRC, and people concerning neighborhood Authority swaps transactions. to date, those circumstances were seen from both a public or a personal legislations viewpoint, while, in truth, either branches of the legislation are correct. The booklet argues that the courts ought to not lose sight of the general public legislation matters while a declare is introduced below the personal legislations of unjust enrichment, or vice versa. so that it will do so, a hybrid process is printed which might permit the legislation entry to either the private and non-private legislation features of such situations. because there was a lot dialogue - relatively within the context of public physique situations - of the connection among the typical legislations and civilian methods to unjust enrichment, or enrichment with no reason, half 2 of the publication considers the French method, with a purpose to make sure what classes it holds for England and Wales. eventually, because the Metallgesellschaft case itself makes transparent, no knowing of such circumstances will be whole with no an exam of the appropriate ecu legislations. therefore, half three investigates the main of unjust enrichment within the european and the department of work among the ecu and the family courts within the ECJ's so-called 'remedies jurisprudence.' particularly, it examines the level to which the 2 suitable concerns - public legislations and unjust enrichment - are outlined in european legislations, and to what volume this continues to be a job for the family courts. This e-book is the second one position winner of the Society of felony students Birks Prize for notable criminal Scholarship 2011.