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In Equity and Good Conscience Margaret Halliwell provides a critical analysis of the mass of English law concerning the remedying of unconscionable conduct. As well as considering new developments, the author undertakes comparisons with the relevant law in other Commonwealth countries. Detailed analysis covers the law of equity in the family and commercial context, which are seen as difficult and opaque.
The author considers the various substantive areas of the law in the more general context of the jurisprudence of equity and, in particular, in assessing both the impact of the principle of unconscionability and the impact of the principle of unjust enrichment.