Joint Winner of the Walter Owen Book Prize, 1987
This highly acclaimed classic text provides everything you need to decide whether your client has suitable or reasonable grounds for seeking an injunction or specific performance.
You will find the principles governing the availability of injunctions and specific performance, including the adequacy of damages and problems of supervision and other discretionary factors.
Part I deals with all aspects of injunctions law, including:
- Interlocutory injunctions
- Ex parte motions
- Mareva and Anton Piller orders
- Injunctions as a Charter remedy
- Injunctions to protect proprietary and non-proprietary remedies
- Anti-suit injunctions
- Enforcement through contempt
Part II provides comprehensive treatment of the availability of specific performance, and discusses the modern approach to:
- Adequacy of damages
- Efficient breach
- Election of remedies
- Discretionary defences
- The enforcement of long-term agreements
This easy-to-read publication features unique cross referencing to The Law of Damages
by Stephen M. Waddams.