Restitution
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 11th 13.45 - 15.15 Room 3.23

1A  Charlie Webb (LSE)
       "What do we Want a Theory of Unjust Enrichment to do?"
1B  Duncan Sheehan (UEA) and  Arvind Thattai (York)
       "Realist and Interpretivist Perspectives on the Taxonomy Debate"

 

Session 2: September 11th 15.45 - 17.15 Room 3.23

2A   Martin Hogg (Edinburgh)
        'Unjustified enrichment in Australia: dispelling the myth of the phantom menace'
2B   Peter Devonshire ( University of Auckland)
       The Remedial Response To Bribes and Secret Commissions in a Fiduciary Relationship

Session 3 September 12th 09.00 - 10.30 Room 3.23

3A   Johann Dieckmann (Notary Public, Freiburg)  
        "The Province of Subrogation Determined"
3B   Niamh Connolly (Trinity College, Dublin)
 
        "Absence of Basis and the Common Law"

Session 4 September 12th 13.30 - 15.00 Room 3.23

4A   Eli Ball (Oxford)
        "The Fiction of Transfers in the Law of Unjust Enrichment"
4B   David Salmons (Aston)
        "The availability of constructive trusts in cases of fraudulently transferred money and mistaken payments"
 

Abstracts

‘The availability of ‘specific restitution’ in cases of fraudulently transferred money and mistaken payments’ by David Salmons.
Two Models of Unjust Enrichment Theory by Charlie Webb.
When is Enrichment Unjust? Basis and Consent by Niamh Connolly.
“The Remedial Response to Bribes and Secret Commissions in a Fiduciary Relationship” by Peter Devonshire.
Realism Interpretivism and Taxonomy: Abstract by TT Arvind and D Sheehan .
The Province of Subrogation Determined – Some Corrections by Johann Dieckmann.
Debunking ‘transfer’ in the Law of Unjust Enrichment’ The by Eli Ball .

Papers

When is Enrichment Unjust? Basis and Consent by Niamh Connolly.
The Remedial Response To Bribes And Secret Commissions In A Fiduciary Relationship by Peter Devonshire.
TWO MODELS OF UNJUST ENRICHMENT THEORY by Charlie Webb.
Realism, interpretivism and taxonomy by Duncan Sheehan and TT Arvind.
‘The availability of ‘specific restitution’ in cases of fraudulently transferred money and mistaken payments’ by David Salmons .
DEBUNKING ‘TRANSFER’ IN THE LAW OF UNJUST ENRICHMENT by Eli Ball.
Unjustified enrichment in Australia: dispelling the myth of the phantom menace by Martin Hogg .
The Province of Subrogation Determined – Some Corrections by Johann Dieckmann.

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