A student guide to Equity and Equitable Remedies in Malaysia

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Authors: Dr. Zuraidah Haji Ali, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sharifah Zubaidah Syed Abdul Kader, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nor Asiah Mohamad, Dr. Hamimah Hamzah
Publisher: LexisNexis

This book aims to provide an overview on the concept of equity, its historical development in England and its application in the Malaysian legal system. It also discusses selected equitable maxims and various types of equitable concepts such as equitable assignment and equitable estoppel. In addition, this book focuses on a simple yet accurate analysis of the existing equitable remedies and relief such as specific performance, rescission, rectification and injunction.

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This book aims to provide an overview on the concept of equity, its historical development in England and its application in the Malaysian legal system. It also discusses selected equitable maxims and various types of equitable concepts such as equitable assignment and equitable estoppel. In addition, this book focuses on a simple yet accurate analysis of the existing equitable remedies and relief such as specific performance, rescission, rectification and injunction. As equitable remedies and relief will ultimately be prayed for in a considerable number of civil litigation, this book was written to provide a clear and easy source of reference and guide for law students to understand the working of these equitable concepts, remedies and relief. Students will be able to appreciate and have a firm grasp of the application of the Specific Relief Act 1950, the statute providing for equitable remedies and relief to the courts in Malaysia. This book has an added value as it incorporates the concept of equity in Islam together with a discussion on Islamic Maxims.

Additional information

ISBN

9789674006310

Authors

Dr. Zuraidah Haji Ali, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sharifah Zubaidah Syed Abdul Kader, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nor Asiah Mohamad, Dr. Hamimah Hamzah

Publisher

LexisNexis

Pub Date

2016

Format

Print

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