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10 - Compensatory Remedies for Breach of Trust

from Part II

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 April 2018

Richard C. Nolan
Affiliation:
University of York
Kelvin F. K. Low
Affiliation:
City University of Hong Kong
Tang Hang Wu
Affiliation:
Singapore Management University
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This chapter considers compensatory remedies for breach of trust. The first part of the analysis considers the important recent decision of the UK Supreme Court in AIB Group (UK) v Mark Redler & Co Solicitors, and explores its significance and potential impact. The second part examines more closely what is meant by ‘equitable compensation’, and what remedial rules might develop to govern ‘equitable compensation’ following a breach of trust.
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Print publication year: 2018

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