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These essays, first delivered at the SPTL/UKNCCL conference in September 1996, offer a scholarly and practical analysis of the consequences of contractual failure. The contributors include many of the UK's leading contract and restitution law scholars, joined by a select number of French and German compartists. The essays range broadly over all aspects of contractual failure, including the issue of loss and gain, remedies for breach, the proprietary consequences, restitution in EU law under Article 85 (EC), the duty to re-negotiate, contractual liability, as well as more general restitutionary issues. Contributors: Malcolm Clarke; Gerhard Dannemann; Brice Dickson; Steve Hedley; Alison Jones; Christian Lapoyade Deschamps; Hector MacQueen; Richard Nolan; Janet O'Sullivan; Edwin Peel; Geoffrey Samuel; Erich Schanze; Eltjo Schrage; John Stevens; Robert Stevens; Felicity Toube; Janet Ulph; Peter Watts; Sarah Worthington.