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Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 7th 11.15 - 12.45 Annex

1A  Eric Descheemaeker (Bristol)
       "Quasi-contracts and Unjustified Enrichment in French Law: Some Comparative Remarks"

Session 2: September 7th 13.45 - 15.15 Annex

2A  Peter Jaffey (Brunel)
       "The tracing puzzle and its implications for proprietary claims"
2B  Peter Devonshire (Auckland)
        "The nature of pecuniary awards for interference with property rights"

Session 3 September 8th 09.30 - 11.00 Annex

3A  Niamh Cleary (Dublin)
    "Restitution from Public Authorities"
3B  Niamh Connolly (Dublin)
    "Unlawful exactions by the state: the intersection of constitutional law and unjust enrichment"

Session 4 September 8th 11.30 - 13.00 Annex

4A   Paul S Davies (Cambridge)
        "Risk in unjust enrichment"

Available Papers and Abstracts

The Province of Subrogation Determined – Some Corrections A functional analysis of the guarantor´s right to derivative by Johann Dieckmann.
“The Remedial Response to Bribes and Secret Commissions in a Fiduciary Relationship” by Peter Devonshire, University of Auckland.
Risk In Unjust Enrichment by Paul S. Davies.
The Tracing Puzzle And Proprietary Claims by Peter Jaffey.
The Nature Of Pecuniary Awards For Interference With Property Rights by Peter Devonshire.
Quasi-contracts and Unjustified Enrichment in French Law: Some Comparative Remarks by Eric Descheemaeker.
Restitution From Public Authorities by Niamh Cleary.
‘The tracing puzzle and its implications for proprietary claims’ by Peter Jaffey.
Restitution from Public Authorities by Niamh Cleary.
Unjust Enrichment: A Risky Business by Paul S Davies.
The Nature Of Pecuniary Awards For Interference With Property Rights by Peter Devonshire.