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(p. 477) 15. Ordinary Remedies 

(p. 477) 15. Ordinary Remedies
(p. 477) 15. Ordinary Remedies

Sir William Wade

and Christopher Forsyth

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date: 27 January 2021

This chapter is concerned with the remedies of private law which play a part in public law. First come the remedies related to powers (actions for damages, injunctions, declarations, and relator actions). A final section contains such remedies as private law supplies for the enforcement of duties.

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