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The law of equity is a unique junction where doctrinal private law, moral theory, and social perceptions of justice meet. By exploring the general principles that underlie equity’s intervention in the common law, as well as the way these principles feature in individual doctrines of equity, the book argues that equity should be preserved as a separate body of law which aims to align moral and legal duties in private law.
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