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Sender:
Lionel Smith
Date:
Thu, 18 Dec 1997 17:45:03
Re:
failed contracts and restitution

 

Allan Axelrod wrote:

why deprive the world of a taxonomy of law-suits classified by remedy measure? remedy measure is certainly important in practice and for clients etc etc

Eg J Stapleton, "A New 'Seascape' for Obligations: Reclassification on the Basis of Measure of Damages" in Birks ed. *Classification of Obligations* (Oxford, OUP, 1997).

Although I suspect classifying by creative event is more interesting from an analytical (as opposed to a practical) point of view.

 

Lionel


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