Unjust Enrichment and Illegality – 'Innocent' Wrongdoing and Its Implications on the Change of Position Defence

“Unjust Enrichment and Illegality – ‘Innocent’ Wrongdoing and Its Implications on the Change of Position Defence”, Connie H.Y. Lee and Joshua Yeung, Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly (Forthcoming)

Posted: 9 Dec 2020

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Connie H.Y. Lee

Des Voeux Chambers

Joshua Yeung

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, Students

Date Written: May 5, 2020

Abstract

Comments on the Hong Kong High Court decision in DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Ltd v Pan Jing [2020] HKCFI 268 on the effect of illegality the change of position defence.

Keywords: Unjust Enrichment, Illegality, Change of Position Defence, Wrongdoing, Regulatory Breaches

Suggested Citation

Lee, Connie and Yeung, Joshua, Unjust Enrichment and Illegality – 'Innocent' Wrongdoing and Its Implications on the Change of Position Defence (May 5, 2020). “Unjust Enrichment and Illegality – ‘Innocent’ Wrongdoing and Its Implications on the Change of Position Defence”, Connie H.Y. Lee and Joshua Yeung, Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly (Forthcoming), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3613760

Connie Lee

Des Voeux Chambers ( email )

Joshua Yeung (Contact Author)

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, Students ( email )

Cambridge
United Kingdom

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