The Law of Equity Came about to Remedy the Defects of the Common Law System
The father successfully sought rectification to make clear she had an obligation to pay these items. (Haydon and Loughlan, 1997)
Rectification proved to be a better remedy than damages in this case.
As a conclusion, I agree that the law of equity came about to remedy the defects of the common law system. The law of equity supplemented the common law in terms of offering remedies in the form of specific performance, injunctions, rescissions and rectifications where appropriate. This has caused the Australian legal system to work more efficiently than before; therefore successfully providing justice to the people.
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