This second volume of Unjustified Enrichment follows on from the first edition on enrichment by deliberate conferral; this volume covers enrichment acquired by any other manner. The text provides an authoritative and comprehensive account of the subject, and will establish a scheme of the precise features and limits of claims of unjustified enrichment. Robin Evans-Jones analyses the circumstances in which an obligation of restitution exists, the basis of each claim, the content of the obligation and its precise limits.
- Overview of Structure and History
- The General Enrichment Principle and the “other” part
- Interference with another’s property and analogous rights without a legal ground
- Claim for imposition of unauthorised benefits in good faith by physical improvement and repair of another’s property and analogous claims.
- Payment/performance of another person’s debt/duty
- Three party enrichment
- Subsidiarity and issues concerning measure of recovery