3 edition of Civil remedies in New Zealand found in the catalog.
Civil remedies in New Zealand
|Statement||Peter Blanchard, consulting editor ; ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||KUQ848 .B53 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxviii, 768 p. :|
|Number of Pages||768|
|LC Control Number||2004401244|
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Updated and rewritten by an unrivalled author team, Civil Remedies in New Zealand (2nd ed). Civil Remedies In Civil remedies in New Zealand book Zealand, 2nd Edition.
Consulting Editor Sir Peter Blanchard, Thomson Reuters, December, pages, $ (GST and p&h excl). Available in paperback. *Barry Allan is a former litigator who now teaches contract, tort and civil procedure at the Faculty of Law, Otago University.
The first edition was published in and this edition adds two new chapters – on damages under the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act and taxation of monetary awards. The book considers all major sources of remedy in the civil jurisdiction.
These are grouped by outcome. Civil remedies in New Zealand. [Peter Blanchard; Andrew Scott Barker; et al] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Published in New Zealand: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Blanchard; Andrew Scott Barker; et al.
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Description 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.
Book Review: Civil Remedies in New Zealand (Rt Hon Justice Peter Blanchard (Consulting Editor) and multiple authors. Brookers Ltd, New Zealand, ) This is a very useful text. Its underlying premise is that some right has been infringed, or is about to be, raising the question as to what remedies arise.
Published with the Centre for Commercial and Resources Law QUT. Topical issues and important developments in the law of civil remedies are covered in this volume. The book provides useful guidance on selected topics concerning monetary remedies and coercive remedies.
Although principally concerned with developments in Australian law, the authors draw on other common. Civil law remedies can complement criminal sanctions by attacking the economic base of corrupt activities both in the public and the private sector.
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Simultaneously the courts have been asked with increasing frequency to determine the applicable civil remedies, raising profound issues of classification which implicate principles of private law, fundamental rights, and the rule of law.
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The Tribunal may award a wide range of remedies with the appropriate choice being determined by the circumstances of the case. these remedies include, a declaration of a breach of the Human Rights Actdamages up to $, which is equivalent to the general jurisdiction afforded to New Zealand District Courts under the District Courts Act (s29).
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