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Interpreting Principles of Equity: The WA Lee Lectures 2000-2013

Edited by: Malcolm Cope

ISBN13: 9781862879584
Published: May 2014
Publisher: The Federation Press
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00



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This volume contains the 14 WA Lee Equity Lectures given at QUT 2000-13, with commentary and, where necessary, updating from Professor Malcolm Cope.

The lecturers include Justices Gummow, White, McPherson, Handley, Kirby, Keane, de Jersey, M McMurdo and Douglas; Professors Lee, Cope and Ricketts; and Hubert Picarda QC.

The subject matter ranges across Equity from estoppel to charitable trusts, from equity’s reception into Australia to investment by trustees, from the conscience of equity to liens. The book includes the November 2013 lecture, Lessons from a “conversation” about restitution by Justice Susan Kiefel.

Subjects:
Equity and Trusts, Other Jurisdictions , Australia
Contents:
2000: Trustee Investing: Homes and Hedges
2001: The Preamble to the Statute of Charitable Uses 1601: Peter Pan or Alice in Wonderland?
2002: Equity - Too Successful?
2003: Equity: A General Principle of Law Recognised By Civilised Nations?
2004: How Equity Reached the Colonies
2005: A Comparative Evaluation of Developments in Equitable Relief for Breach of Fiduciary Duty and Breach of Trust
2006: The Equitable Lien and Personal and Proprietary Claims Against Trustees in Breach
2007: Unconscionability in Estoppel: Triable Issue or Foundational Principle?
2008: Equity's Australian Isolationism
2009: The Conscience of Equity
2010: Court Intrusion into Testamentary Disposition: A Beneficial Jurisdiction?
2011: Faith, Hope and Charity: The Resilience of the Charitable Trust from the Middle Ages to the 21st Century
2012: Trusts and their Equivalents in Civil Law Systems
2013: Lessons from a 'Conversation' About Restitution