Dawson, pp. 87-132: Alternative Interests: Reliance and Restitution

 

Introductory Note

 

Usually we want to give the injured part expectation damages.  Sometimes there are situations where we can’t or won’t do so.

 

 

Case: Chicago Coliseum Club v. Dempsey

 

Case: Security Stove & Mfg. Co. v. American Ry. Express Co. (excerpt)

 

Case: Anglia Television Ltd. v. Reed (excerpt)

 

Restatement of Contracts, Second: § 349. Damages Based on Reliance Interest

 

Case: L. Albert & Son v. Armstrong Rubber Co. (excerpt)

 

Comment: Equity Relief in Advance of Trial

 

 

Case: Boone v. Coe

 

 

Case: United States v. Algernon Blair, Inc.

 

          Case: Kearns v. Andree (excerpt)

 

          Comment: The “Doing and Giving” Problem

 

          Case: Oliver v. Campbell (excerpt)

 

          Note: Discontinuity at Full Performance

 

          Comment: The Common Counts and Restitution

 

 

Case: Britton v. Turner

 

          Case: Thach v. Durham (excerpt)

 

          Note: The “Grand Tradition”

 

 

Case: Pinches v. Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church

 

          Case: Kelley v. Hance (excerpt)

 

          Note: “Willful” Breach

 

 

Case: Vines v. Orchard Hills, Inc.

 

          Case: De Leon v. Aldrette (excerpt)

 

          Note: The Forfeiture Rule

 

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