Principles of Remedies
This leading Australian text on the law of remedies treats a large subject in an easy-to-grasp manner. Covell and Lupton's Principles of Remedies is the leading Australian text on the law of remedies. The book explains in 16 clear and concise chapters the key practical ingredients that support successful claims for damages, restitution, rescission, rectification, an account of profits, specific performance, injunctions, freezing orders as well as many other remedies. The fourth edition has been revised and updated with major developments in the law of remedies including: Australia's uniform defamation law; High Court decisions in ABC v O'Neill, Harriton v Stephens and Farah Constructions Pty Limited v Say-Dee Pty Limited; House of Lords decisions in Corr v IBC Vehicles Limited, Fourie v Le Roux, Golden Strait Corporation v Nippon Yusen Kubishka Kaisha.