Rethinking Unjust Enrichment, Bailment and Necessity
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)  AC 939, 961 (Lord Diplock). See also ibid , 963 (Lord Simon of Glaisdale). CASE AND COMMENT 179
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LEE, Ken TC and SEE, Alvin Wei-Liang.
Rethinking Unjust Enrichment, Bailment and Necessity. (2011). Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly. 2011, 178 - 184. Research Collection School Of Law.
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