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varieties of restitution

by I. M. Jackman

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Published by Federation Press in Sydney .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Restitution -- Australia.,
    • Restitution.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementI.M. Jackman ; foreward [by] W.M.C. Gummow.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKU939 .J33 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvi, 186 p. ;
      Number of Pages186
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL484151M
      ISBN 101862872821, 1862872937
      LC Control Number98212562
      OCLC/WorldCa39077735

      What Is Restitution? Restitution involves the court, as part of a sentence in a criminal case, ordering a defendant to compensate the victim for losses suffered as a result of the states have laws providing that convicted defendants pay restitution to their victims. The law of restitution is commonly described in terms of a unifying principle of ‘unjust enrichment at the plaintiff’s expense’. Jackman challenges that view, revealing that much of the law of restitution does not concern cases where the defendant has been ‘enriched’ or where the plaintiff has suffered ‘expense’. Demonstrating that there are several distinct concepts of.

      The first half of the casebook introduces injunctive relief, damages, restitution, and declaratory relief. The second half of the book creates opportunities to consider these four remedies in the context of tort and contract actions for various types of harm. Restitution. The third type of equitable relief is restitution. Restitution is a remedy applicable to several different types of cases: those in which the contract was avoided because of incapacity or misrepresentation, those in which the other party breached, and those in which the party seeking restitution breached.

      In law, restitution is often ordered by a court in order to achieve fairness, preventing the unjust enrichment of one party to a civil addition, restitution is often ordered in criminal sentencing, requiring the defendant to make monetary amends, or perform some act that benefits the victim of the crime, or the public in general. The coefficient of restitution (e) is an index that describes the relative elasticity of an impact and ranges between 0 to 1. An e equal to 1 reflects a perfectly elastic collision, whereas an e equal to 0 reflects a perfectly plastic (or inelastic) collision.


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Goes on to argue that there are three 'varieties' of restitution involving different conceptions of injustice. The book is well written and easy to read it is an insightful and intelligent work that is essential reading for those interested in the law of restitution.

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The book staunchly defends the traditional common law approach of analysing legal principles by the empirical method of treating like cases alike, rather than by derivation from supposedly unifying theories.

This edition updates the first edition, which was published inin the light of almost 20 years of case-law and academic debate. The Law Library of Victoria service is totally digital while the Supreme Court Library is temporarily closed.

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This book lays out the key principles underlying the law of restitution, a subject recognised by the House of Lords as a discrete body of law fifteen years ago.

The law of restitution is concerned with the questions of when restitutionary remedies may be awarded. These are remedies which operate to deprive defendants of gains rather than to compensate claimants.

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The law of restitution is the law of gains-based recovery. It is to be contrasted with the law of compensation, which is the law of loss-based a court orders restitution it orders the defendant to give up his/her gains to the claimant.

When a court orders compensation it orders the defendant to pay the claimant for his or her loss. The court can order all three types of restitution in the same case. If the offender is found guilty in multiple cases, the court can order all three types of restitution in each case. What is a restitution fine.

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