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Unit of Study LAWS3007 Private Law Remedies (2023)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

demonstrate knowledge of Australian dispute resolution principles

evaluate the role of lawyers in Australian dispute resolution procedures

apply the principles and rules of equitable estoppel, restitution and equitable remedies

apply the principles and rules of remedies in private law, with emphasis on Torts, Contracts, and Australian consumer law

evaluate the principles related to Australian dispute resolution in the context of private claims and disputes based on the principles of private law

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