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November 3, 2019 at 5:26 am
Hi answer of Q8 should be discretionary, but it marks equitable remedies are awarded as an alternative to damages as correct????
November 3, 2019 at 7:39 am
No, you’re wrong. The correct answer is the one that is indicated
Equitable remedies ARE discretionary – they are awarded at the discretion of the Court
Equitable remedies are NOT an alternative to damages – that would suggest that a Court may think, in passing judgement, ‘Should we award damages or an equitable remedy – how are we feeling today? In our last judgement we awarded damages so it’s the turn of equitable remedies this time’ clearly this cannot be correct
Damages WILL BE awarded if damages is a sufficient remedy to compensate the injured party. But sometimes an award of monetary compensation (damages) is not a sufficient remedy so the Courts, over a period of many, many years, devised these equitable remedies that could be awarded where damages was not appropriate
So it’s not an ‘either / or’ situation. It’s ‘This one won’t do. Therefore we must consider an equitable remedy’
January 7, 2019 at 6:51 pm
You’re correct, the answer to question 2 should be ‘injunction’ and not ‘action for price’
The other 7 answers are all correct as indicated
December 18, 2018 at 4:18 pm
Hi sir, In the last Q regarding Equitable remedies isn’t the main thing that they are discretionary, also shouldn’t the second last Q be forsight of a reasonable man. and the the equitable remedy should be injunction, right?
January 7, 2019 at 10:01 am
For Question 7, the expression should be: Remoteness – only awarded if the damage suffered should have been in the reasonable contemplation of the ordinary man Refer to P.34
Question 8 is asking for the expression which is “not” applicable. Refer to P.38
I agree that the equitable remedy should be injunction. That answer shouldn’t be action for price.
September 19, 2018 at 6:30 am
Question two answer says action for price is correct shouldnt this be injunction instead Please clarify
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