Laundering and Tracing by Peter BirksLaundering and Tracing by Peter Birks

Laundering and Tracing

EditorPeter Birks

Hardcover | September 1, 1994

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The legal difficuties arising out of the growing number of `money-laundering' cases reaching the courts are the subject of a burgeoning literature. Certainly there is much debate among practitioners, judges, and academics as to what the civil courts can do to assist plaintiffs seeking torecover funds in the UK and overseas. This collection of essays, the first on the subject, throws important fresh light on the solutions offered by the common law and equity, and considers the judicial reasoning in recent landmark cases.
Peter Birks is at All Souls College, Oxford.
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Title:Laundering and TracingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:388 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.1 inPublished:September 1, 1994Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198261012

ISBN - 13:9780198261018

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Table of Contents

David Hayton: Equity's Identification RulesPaul Matthews: The Legal and Moral Limits of Common Law TracingStephen Moriarty: Tracing, Mixing, and LaunderingHelen Norman: Tracing the Proceeds of Crime: An Inequitable SolutionSimon Gleeson: The Involuntary Launderer: The Banker's Liability for Deposits of the Proceeds of CrimeRichard Nolan: Change of PositionKit Barker: After Change of Position: Good Faith Exchange in the Modern Law of RestitutionEwan McKendrick: Total Failure of Consideration and Counter-Restitution: Two Issues or OneWilliam Swadling: The Nature of Ministerial ReceiptFrancis Rose: Passing OnPeter Birks: The New Emphasis on Defences

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The legal difficulties arising out of the growing number of money laundering cases reaching the courts are the subject of a burgeoning literature. There is vigorous debate among practitioners, judges and academics as to what the civil courts can do to assist plaintiffs seeking to recover funds in the UK and overseas. This collection of essays, the first on the subject, throws important fresh light on the solutions offered by the common law and equity, and considers the directions in which recent landmark cases are likely to take the law.