Commercial relationships and the burgeoning fiduciary principle

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Title Commercial relationships and the burgeoning fiduciary principle
Author White, Steven William
Journal Name Griffith Law Review
Year Published 2000
Place of publication Australia
Publisher Griffith University
Abstract Judges in Australia, Canada and New Zealand have historically been reluctant to apply the exacting standards of fiduciary law to commercial relationships. More recently, courts in Canada and New Zealand have shown a greater willingness to impose such standards on commercial actors. The availability of alternative doctrines of redress in Australia, such as unconscionability, has resulted in a more cautious approach to the application of fiduciary principles in commercial settings in this country. The expansive application of fiduciary principles to commercial relationships in Canada and New Zealand, together with the development of doctrines such as unconscionability in Australia, reflects a common judicial concern for higher standards of conduct in commercial dealings.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Publisher URI http://www.griffith.edu.au/criminology-law/griffith-law-review/previous-issues/volumes-5-11/volume-9-1-2000
Copyright Statement Copyright 2000 Griffith Law School. The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the journal's website for access to the definitive, published version.
Volume 94
Page from 98
Page to 111
ISSN 1038-3441
Date Accessioned 2001-01-01
Date Available 2015-01-20T01:06:17Z
Language en_US
Research Centre Socio-Legal Research Centre
Subject PRE2009-Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/2953
Publication Type Article in Scholarly Refereed Journal
Publication Type Code c1

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