Title

Rethinking Unjust Enrichment, Bailment and Necessity

Publication Type

Journal Article

Publication Date

2011

Abstract

The Kos In The Winson , 1 the House of Lords held that salvors who took steps to prevent deterioration of salved cargo after a salvage agreement had ended had “a correlative right to charge the owner of the goods with the expenses reasonably incurred in doing so”. The * Pupil Barrister, Hong Kong. ** Lecturer in Law, Taylor’s University, Malaysia The authors would like to thank Professor Lusina Ho of HKU and Mr David Martin-Clark for their helpful comments and encouragements. All views and errors remain our own. 1. China Pacific SA v. Food Corp of India (The Winson) [1982] AC 939, 961 (Lord Diplock). See also ibid , 963 (Lord Simon of Glaisdale). CASE AND COMMENT 179

Discipline

Commercial Law

Publication

Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly

Volume

2011

First Page

178 - 184

ISSN

0306-2945