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Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Receivers and Other Court Officers (2021 Reissue) / Restitution (2021 Reissue)

Receivers and Other Court Officers provides a thorough examination of the duties, powers and responsibilities of receivers, liquidators, trustees and other court officers. Restitution imparts a practical understanding of the restitution law.
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RECEIVERS AND OTHER COURT OFFICERS
Kevin P. McGuinness, LL.B., LL.M., S.J.D.

Newly revised and thoroughly updated, this important title provides a thorough examination of the duties, powers and responsibilities of receivers, liquidators, trustees, monitors, inspectors and other court officers, by outlining the statutory regimes governing their functions. With its accessible framework and superior analysis, it is an imperative resource for corporate and insolvency law practitioners.


RESTITUTION
Kevin P. McGuinness, LL.B., LL.M., S.J.D.

A number of Supreme Court of Canada decisions affirm restitution's role in preventing "unjust enrichment" in a wide variety of contexts, including tort and contract law proceedings. Moving beyond theoretical maxims, this newly reissued title imparts a practical understanding of the law of restitution. Topics covered include: the context and grounds for restitutionary relief, claims against government, proprietary and monetary remedies, and defences to restitutionary claims.

 

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Table des matières

RECEIVERS AND OTHER COURT OFFICERS
I. Receivers
II. Liquidators
III. Construction Lien Trustees and Receivers
IV. Proposal Trustees
V. Consumer Proposal Administrators
VI. Monitors
VII. Inspectors
VIII. Foreign Representatives and Information Officers

RESTITUTION
I. Introduction
II. The Principled Approach
III. Unjust Enrichment
IV. Juristic Reason
V. The Context of Restitutionary Relief
VI. Grounds for Relief
VII. Claims Against Government
VIII. Proprietary Remedies
IX. Monetary Remedies
X. Defences to a Claim in Restitution