‘Restitution Without Corrective Justice’.
Restitution Law Review
In recent times it has become increasingly popular for unjust enrichment lawyers to morally justify the law of unjust enrichment in terms of corrective justice. It is argued here that they are making a mistake. This is because corrective justice cannot justify what is generally regarded to be unjust enrichment's core case: the mistaken payment. In light of this, it is argued that there are good reasons for unjust enrichment lawyers to drop corrective justice altogether as a moral justification for the law of unjust enrichment.
|Title:||‘Restitution Without Corrective Justice’|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences
UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws
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