Remedies1 SP - REMEDIES WITH GEGAN SUHAN PAK PALMER TREATISE IN RESITUTION SPRING 2001 HELP ME Chapter One Introduction to Restitution I

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R EMEDIES WITH G EGAN S PRING 2001 S UHAN P AK H ELP M E ! PALMER TREATISE IN RESITUTION Chapter 1: Introduction to Restitution I. Introduction to Law and Equity II. Examples of Restitution in Law and Equity Chapter 2: Benefits Conferred Voluntarily III. Introduction IV. Benefits Conferred Upon Request A. Contract and Quasi Contract B. Misunderstanding: More of Contract and Quasi Contract V. Benefits Conferred without Request A. In General B. Benefits Conferred in Protection of Existing Property Rights Chapter 3: Benefits Conferred Through Compulsion VI. Benefits Conferred Through Durress A. In General B. Effectiveness of Means Used C. Wrongfulness of Means Used VII. Benefits Conferred Through Plaintiff’s Performance of Defendant’s Duty to a Third Person Chapter 4: Benefits Conferred by Mistake VIII. Payment of Money IX. Improvements of Defendant’s Property X. Goods and Services Chapter 5: Bona Fide Purchase and Related Defense XI. Legal and Equitable Title XII. Land Transactions: Conveyances and Mortgages XIII. Payments to Creditors and Assignees XIV. Benefits Obtained Through Act of and Agent XV. Estoppel, Change of Position and Laches XVI. Double Dipping: Collateral Benefits Chapter 6: Benefits Obtained Through Wrongdoing XVII. Interference with Tangible Property A. Legal Remedies B. Equitable Remedies C. Equitable Remedies: Mingles Funds: The Rule of Jessel’s Bag D. A Closer Look at Equitable Property Rights XVIII. Interference with Intangible Property A. Copyright B. Trademarks C. Ideas D. Rights of Publicity XIX. Breach of Fiduciary Duty XX. Interference with Expectations A. In General B. Plaintiff’s Connection with Benefit Received by Defendant from Third Person Chapter 7: Benefits Obtained Through Misrepresentation XXI. Damages and Restitution Compared XXII. Nondisclosure 1
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R EMEDIES WITH G EGAN S PRING 2001 S UHAN P AK H ELP M E ! XXIII. Disaffirmance in law and Equity XXIV. Remedies Upon Affirmance: Standards of Tort Liability XXV. Problems of Agency XXVI. Further Problems of Restoration Upon Disaffirmance Chapter 8: Benefits Conferred In Bargain Transactions XXVII. Defendant in Breach A. Introduction: Damages and Restitution Compared B. Restitution C. Problems of Rescission: In General D. Problems of Rescission: Sales of Land E. Problems of Rescission: Sales of Goods and Intangibles F. Loans XXVIII. Plaintiff in Breach A. Service Contracts B. Land Sale Contracts C. Construction Contracts XXIX. Impossibility of Performance XXX. Unenforceable Contracts: The Statute of Frauds A. In General B. Constructive Trust: Transactions Between Plaintiff and Defendant C. Constructive Trust: Defendant as Purchaser from Third Person D. Constructive Trust: Plaintiff as Intended Donee of Third Person XXXI. Unenforceable Contracts: Illegality A. In General B. The Special Problem of Municipal Corporations Chapter 9: Mistake in Bargain Transactions XXXII. Mistake in Assumptions of Fact A. Mutual Mistake B. Unilateral Mistake XXXIII. Mistake in Expression
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Remedies1 SP - REMEDIES WITH GEGAN SUHAN PAK PALMER TREATISE IN RESITUTION SPRING 2001 HELP ME Chapter One Introduction to Restitution I

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