Readership: Practitioners in commercial and/or chancery practice.
Academic lawyers specialising in private law, especially commercial law, property law, and the law of unjust enrichment.
Advanced students of commercial law, property law, and the law of unjust enrichment.
Charles Mitchell, Professor of Law, King's College London, Stephen Watterson, Lecturer in Law, University of Bristol
"For the commercial practitioner it is a valuable guide to practice and pleading subrogation claims. It deserves a place at eye-level on every commercial practitioner's bookcase. s"
Part I: Introduction
2: Discharge of Obligations
Part II: Subrogation to Extinguished Rights
5: At the Expense of the Claimant
6: Grounds for Restitution
7: Bars to Subrogation
8: The form of the Remedy
9: Practical Points
Part III: Subrogation to Subsisting Rights: Insurer's Claims
10: Insurers' Subrogation Rights
Part IV: Subrogation to Subsisting Rights: Special Insolvency Regimes
11: The Third Parties (Rights Against Insurer's) Act 1930
12: Creditors of Trustees