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RETHINKING UNJUST ENRICHMENT, BAILMENT AND NECESSITY

Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly

RETHINKING UNJUST ENRICHMENT, BAILMENT AND NECESSITY

Ken TC Lee* and Alvin W-L See**

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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
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