Title

Enforcing Coasian Bribes for Non-Price Benefits: A New Role for Restitution

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

9-1994

ISSN

0038-3910

Publisher

University of Southern California Gould School of Law

Language

en-US

Abstract

In Boomer v. Muir, a subcontractor on a hydroelectric project continued to provide goods and services even though the value of the performance far exceeded the contract price. The general contactor, who was receiving the goods and services, breached the contract even though he was paying less than market value for them.

Comments

Reprinted in Restitution 347, Lionel D. Smith, ed., Ashgate Publishing (2001).

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