"These essays on the Supreme Court's decision in Patel v Mirza (2016), which has revolutionised the law on illegality by replacing the previous "rule-based" approach by a "factors-based" one, were first presented at a conference in May 2017."
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Introduction / Alan Bogg and Sarah Green A new dawn for the law of illegality / Andrew Burrows The law of illegality : identifying the issues / James Goudkamp Restitution or confiscation/forfeiture? : private rights versus public values / Robert Sullivan Not a principle of justice? / Nicholas J McBride Illegality as a rationing rule / Frederick Wilmot-Smith Illegality, familiarity and the law commission / James Lee Illegality and contractual enforcement after Patel v Mirza / Janet O'Sullivan Illegality and zero sum torts / Sarah Green Illegality and unjust enrichment / Graham Virgo Ramifications of Patel v Mirza in the law of trusts / Paul S Davies Illegality in labour law after Patel v Mirza : retrenchment and restraint / Alan Bogg Whither now illegality and statute : an Australian perspective / William Gummow Illegality and Canadian private law : Hall v Hebert's legacy / Mitchell McInnes The impact of illegality and immorality on contract and restitution from a civilian angle / Birke Häcker.
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Print version: Illegality after Patel v Mirza Oxford ; Portland. Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2018 Original