Remedies: Reflections and Perspectives
Source TitleSingapore Academy of Law Journal
PublisherSingapore Academy of Law
University of Melbourne Author/sBant, Elise
AffiliationMelbourne Law School
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsBant, E. (2016). Remedies: Reflections and Perspectives. Singapore Academy of Law Journal, 28, pp.731-745
Access StatusOpen Access
ARC Grant codeARC/DP140100767
As Andrew Phang JA reminds us in his leading article in this special issue, the law of remedies has always been a subject of acute, perhaps pre-eminent, interest to counsel and clients engaged in private law disputes. It may be added that transactional lawyers are also only too aware of its significance in contract planning and drafting, as recent decisions on the doctrines of penalties by the highest courts in England and Australia attest.' However, its proper appreciation across legal practice has not always been reflected in the teaching and formal study of the subject.
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