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Equity Practice and Precedents 2nd Edition - Book
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Equity Practice and Precedents 2nd Edition - Book

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ISBN 9780455235547 NEW RELEASE 22 JAN, 2019

Equity Practice and Precedents Second Edition is a guide to practice in equity in New South Wales. It outlines the essential principles of a broad range of equitable and statutory remedies associated with the equity jurisdiction.

This work provides many essential precedents for these remedies, both in the book and available as online downloads.

Part 1 of the book provides a thorough analysis of the jurisdiction of various State and Federal courts and tribunals to grant the remedies dealt with in the book.

In Part 2, each remedy or area of statutory relief is discussed in detail, with a practical outline of the principles and practice, and a comprehensive set of precedents.

In this updated and revised Second Edition a wide range of areas of law and practice are covered, including:

  • Equitable remedies such as injunctions, specific performance and rectification.
  • Various aspects of insolvency and corporate law (including winding up, administration and shareholders’ remedies).
  • Property law (including the Conveyancing Act and Real Property Act), family provision applications, Property (Relationships) Act and related equitable remedies.
  • Statutory unconscionability provisions such as ss 21 and 22 of the Australian Consumer Law

Importantly, five entirely new chapters have been added. These new chapters address:

  • Declaratory relief.
  • Proprietary claims in equity.
  • Mortgages and charges affecting land.
  • Probate litigation.
  • Applications in a winding up.

Equity Practice and Precedents Second Edition has come to be regarded as an indispensable tool, consistently sought out by barristers and solicitors practicing in equity.

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