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UNB Law Journal. Volume 28 (1979), p. 89-117.


This article gives an account of the law relating to restitutionary recovery for benefits conferred by parties to agreements which are unenforceable as a result of the minority of one of the parties. It is argued that the case law offers rules which are inconsistent and unsatisfactory in policy terms but that a sound judicial restatement of them utilizing themes developed in the Canadian cases is both possible and desirable

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