Unjustified Enrichment: Key Issues in Comparative Perspective
David Johnston, Reinhard Zimmermann
Cambridge University Press, Feb 17, 2011 - Law - 792 pages
Unjustified enrichment is one of the most intellectually vital areas of private law. However, little unanimity exists among civil-law and common-law legal systems about structuring this important branch of the law of obligations. This book analyzes a range of key issues which are considered respectively by a representative of a common-law, as well as a civil-law system. The approach highlights similarities and differences between systems, and what each can learn from the other.
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