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(p. 946) 30. Tracing 

(p. 946) 30. Tracing
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(p. 946) 30. Tracing
Author(s):

Robert Pearce

and Warren Barr

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780199644452.003.0030
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date: 18 February 2020

This chapter explains the process of tracing, which identifies the property or its substitute value, and allows a claim to be brought to recover the property or to extend the range of recipients against whom a claim can be made. Tracing therefore has two elements: the tracing process and the tracing claim. The chapter discusses tracing and claiming at common law, and tracing and claiming in equity.

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