‘Equity in the 21st Century: Problems and Perspectives’ – Special numbers of the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law

Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law

Issue 1
The End of Knowing Receipt – Robert Chambers
The Function (or Malfunction) of Equity in the Charity Law of Canada’s Federal Courts – Kathryn Chan
Compensatory Remedies for Breach of Trust – Paul S Davies
A Proposal for Flexibility in Private and Public Express Trust Enforcement – Mark Gillen
The Vulnerability Jurisdiction: Equity, Parens Patriae, and the Inherent Jurisdiction of the Court – Margaret Hall
Charitable Trusts and Discrimination: Two Themes – Matthew Harding
Conscience as the Organising Concept of Equity – Alastair Hudson
Panacea or Pandemic: Comparing ‘Equitable Waiver of Tort’ to ‘Aggregate Liability’ in Cases of Mass Torts with Indeterminate Causation – Craig Jones
Undermining Justice: The Two Rises of Freedom of Contract and the Fall of Equity – Hila Keren

Issue 2
The Comparative Distinctiveness of Equity – Justice Mark Leeming
Improvements to Land, Equity, Proprietary Estoppel, and Unjust Enrichment – Mitchell McInnes
‘The execution of the trust shall be under the control of the court’: A Maxim in Modern Times – Richard C Nolan
The ‘Fusion’ of Law and Equity?: A Canadian Perspective on the Substantive, Jurisdictional, or Non-Fusion of Legal and Equitable Matters – Leonard I Rotman
Equity as a Vehicle for Law Reform: The Case of Unilateral Mistake – Irit Samet
The Genetically Modified Constructive Trust – Graham Virgo
Modelling Subrogation as an ‘Equitable Remedy’ – Stephen Watterson
Joint Bank Account Trusts and the Protection of Older Adults from Financial Abuse: Exploring Equity’s Preference for Beneficiary-Direction Over Beneficiary-Protection – David Wiseman
Four Questions on Fiduciaries – Sarah Worthington

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