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Equity

by CQUniversity

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Course Description

This course examines Equity Law, the secondary body of English law as developed by the Courts of Chancery, supplementing the Common Law, together with reform initiatives including the 1873 UK Judicature Act. The course has three main parts. The first part surveys the origins of Equity Law and its contested relationship with the Common Law. The second part addresses: equitable estates and interests; fiduciary relationships and unconscionable transactions. The third part deals with available remedies including declarations, specific performance, injunctions, rescission and damages together with equitable defences.

Learning Outcomes
LAWS12056 Equity combined with LAWS12060 Trusts meets the Priestley 11 requirement for Equity.  On successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
  1. Demonstrate an awareness of the principles of Equity and their relationship to broader legal principles.
  2. Identify relevant equitable doctrines and remedies and apply them to problem scenarios.
  3. Critically analyse the role played by Equity in common law jurisdictions.
  4. Research, critically analyse and evaluate cases and secondary material with reference to equitable doctrines and remedies.
  5. Identify and critically assess different theoretical arguments relevant to equitable doctrines and remedies.
  6. Analyse and predict how unresolved or ambiguous questions of equitable doctrine could be resolved by the courts.

Equity
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  • Category: Law
  • Language: English

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