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Opis: Ong on Rescission - Denis SK Ong

Ong on Rescission is Professor Denis SK Ong's fifth treatise in the field of equity. With its rigorous, yet accessible, approach to this complex area of law Ong on Rescission is a perfect supplement to his earlier acclaimed works: Trusts Law in Australia (now in its 4th edition), Ong on Equity, Ong on Specific Performance and Ong on Subrogation. The text offers a thorough study of rescission ab initio both at common law and in equity. As in his earlier works, the book offers a succinct exposition of all the key relevant principles of law, facilitated by a careful, and on occasion critical, analysis of all the leading authorities. To assist the reader, the essential passages of judgments under consideration are reproduced. Professor Ong is based at Bond University and has produced a number of books on equity, trust law, specific performance and subrogation. Ong on Rescission is a study of rescission ab initio at common law and in equity. Professor Ong provides a clear, pithy and rigorous analysis of the distinction between rescission ab initio and the prospective termination of a contract at the election of one party for breach by the other with the consequence that the contract so far as it remains executory is determined and damages for breach may be recovered. Chapter 6 explores the oddity of "partial rescission" found in the decision of the High Court in Vadasz v. Pioneer Concrete (SA) Pty Limited. Professor Ong carefully demonstrates that the decision in Vadasz was wrongly decided by reference to the accepted jurisprudence that if a contract cannot be rescinded in its entirety, then it cannot be rescinded at all. This is a book that will attract a wide readership from students to practitioners alike. - Queensland Law Reporter - 11 December 2015 - [2015] 48 QLR* View Detailed Table of Contents PrefaceTable of Cases Table of Statutes 1. Types of Rescission 2. Rescission Ab Initio: Restitutio in Integrum at Common Law compared with Restitutio in Integrum in Equity 3. Equity's Concurrent and Exclusive Jurisdiction in Relation to Rescission Ab Initio 4. Intention-based Election and Estoppel-based Election 5. Third Party Interests 6. Partial Rescission 7. Executed Contracts 8. Grounds for Rescission Index


Szczegóły: Ong on Rescission - Denis SK Ong

Tytuł: Ong on Rescission
Autor: Denis SK Ong
Producent: Federation Press
ISBN: 9781760020361
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 300
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.54 kg


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Ong on Rescission

Ong on Rescission is Professor Denis SK Ong's fifth treatise in the field of equity. With its rigorous, yet accessible, approach to this complex area of law Ong on Rescission is a perfect supplement to his earlier acclaimed works: Trusts Law in Australia (now in its 4th edition), Ong on Equity, Ong on Specific Performance and Ong on Subrogation. The text offers a thorough study of rescission ab initio both at common law and in equity. As in his earlier works, the book offers a succinct exposition of all the key relevant principles of law, facilitated by a careful, and on occasion critical, analysis of all the leading authorities. To assist the reader, the essential passages of judgments under consideration are reproduced. Professor Ong is based at Bond University and has produced a number of books on equity, trust law, specific performance and subrogation. Ong on Rescission is a study of rescission ab initio at common law and in equity. Professor Ong provides a clear, pithy and rigorous analysis of the distinction between rescission ab initio and the prospective termination of a contract at the election of one party for breach by the other with the consequence that the contract so far as it remains executory is determined and damages for breach may be recovered. Chapter 6 explores the oddity of "partial rescission" found in the decision of the High Court in Vadasz v. Pioneer Concrete (SA) Pty Limited. Professor Ong carefully demonstrates that the decision in Vadasz was wrongly decided by reference to the accepted jurisprudence that if a contract cannot be rescinded in its entirety, then it cannot be rescinded at all. This is a book that will attract a wide readership from students to practitioners alike. - Queensland Law Reporter - 11 December 2015 - [2015] 48 QLR* View Detailed Table of Contents PrefaceTable of Cases Table of Statutes 1. Types of Rescission 2. Rescission Ab Initio: Restitutio in Integrum at Common Law compared with Restitutio in Integrum in Equity 3. Equity's Concurrent and Exclusive Jurisdiction in Relation to Rescission Ab Initio 4. Intention-based Election and Estoppel-based Election 5. Third Party Interests 6. Partial Rescission 7. Executed Contracts 8. Grounds for Rescission Index

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