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Unconscionable Conduct: The Laws of Australia draws together the areas of common law, equity and statute concerned with misrepresentation, unconscionability, estoppel, duress and undue influence. Until now, there has only been separate treatment of these concepts in textbooks on contract, tort, equity, trade practices and restitution, thereby diminishing the appreciation of the elements common to these doctrines.
This text is an essential reference for all Australian practitioners whose practice areas and business dealings require an awareness of the equitable, legal and legislative grounds upon which both private and commercial transactions may be set aside for unfair conduct, including, misrepresentation and unconscionability.