Civil Remedies in New Zealand - 2nd edition (Book + eBook Bundle)

Civil Remedies in New Zealand - 2nd edition (Book + eBook Bundle)

John Dawson, Geoff McLay, Justice Stephen Kos, Jessica Palmer, Rt Hon Sir Peter Blanchard, Andrew Barker, Andrew Beck, Maree Chetwin, Johanna Drayton, Andrew McIntyre, David McLay, Bevan Marten, Charles Rickett, Rachael Schmidt-McCleave


$372.75* RRP + GST


Code: 41528063

Thomson Reuters, NEW ZEALAND


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The highly anticipated second edition of Civil Remedies in New Zealand is the definitive reference point for practitioners, judges, and law students seeking to find the appropriate remedy for liability in civil law in New Zealand.

Updated and rewritten by an unrivalled author team, Civil Remedies in New Zealand (2nd ed) continues to act as a reminder that it is unwise to put effort into proving or disproving liability without thoroughly considering what remedy may be available if the claimant is successful.

Extract from a review by Barry Alan, Faculty of Law, Otago University

" ... This book is inspired by a concern that many lawyers can readily identify a cause of action but may have difficulty when it comes to establishing the remedies which might be available. Indeed, for many clients, the precise nature of the cause of action may well be of little interest to them; their primary concern will often be what the law can and will do about it. The answers are to be found in Civil Remedies in New Zealand."

Click the following link to read the full review:
New Zealand Law Society Book Review

Table of Contents

  • Part 1: Remedies of Compensation Contract; Torts; Equitable Damages; Damages under the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 (NEW)
  • Part 2: Remedies of Prohibition and Compulsion; Permanent Injunctions; Interim Injunctions; Freezing and Seizing Orders; Specific Performance
  • Part 3: Return of Property/Disgorgement; Restitutionary Remedies; Proprietary Remedies
  • Part 4: Statutory Discretion as to Relief and Remedies
  • Part 5: Punishment/Disapprobation
  • Exemplary Damages; Aggravated Damages
  • Part 6: Declaratory Relief
  • Part 7: Contribution
  • Part 8: Specific Statutory Rights
  • Official Information Acts; Privacy Act 1993; Human Rights Act 1993
  • Part 9: Limitations on Remedies
  • Part 10: Taxation of Monetary Awards (NEW)
  • Part 11: Costs

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