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Unjustified Enrichment - A Casebook

Unjustified enrichment law has proved to be a complex and perplexing area of the law for both students and practitioners. More recent works have helped to systematise the field, but ready access to the relevant

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Unjustified enrichment law has proved to be a complex and perplexing area of the law for both students and practitioners. More recent works have helped to systematise the field, but ready access to the relevant case law has remained problematic. The aim of this book is to provide a work in which the principal cases may be easily accessed.

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Table of contents

General principles

Introduction

Condictiones sine causa

Condictiones sine causa generales

Condictio sine causa specialis

Enrichment of persons with limited capacity

Minors

Insane persons

Prodigals

Persons married in community of property

Action of the negotiorum gestor

Actio negotiorum gestorum utilis

Where the gestor administered the affairs of a minor

Where the gestor acted against the express wishes of the dominus

Where the gestor acted mala fide in his own interest

Where the gestor administered the affairs of another in the bona fide belief that they were his own

Indirect enrichment

Enrichment lien

Enrichment by improvements to property

Bona fide possessores

Mala fide possessores

Bona fide occupiers/holders

Mala fide occupiers/holders

Lawful occupiers/holders

Enrichment by work done or services rendered

Distinction between locatio conductio operis and locatio conductio operarum

Locatio conductio operis

Locatio conductio operarum