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Regularly cited in the English Courts and elsewhere, Burrows: The Law of Restitution 2nd edition builds on the reputation established by the first and will be welcomed by those practitioners, students and academics who have an interest in this increasingly important area.
The book continues to provide a comprehensive coverage of the subject including detailed examination of intensely practical subjects such as the limitation of actions and conflicts of laws. It also offers a detailed analysis of tracing and the debates concerning the 'knowing receipt' of property transferred in breach of trust, both of which have so perplexed practitioners (and courts) for the last two decades.
Its clear and concise layout will quickly bring the busy practitioner up to speed with the various issues surrounding the subject as well as guiding students through this complex subject quickly and easily.""