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By Peter W. Bernstein, Annalyn Swan

ISBN-10: 0307267709

ISBN-13: 9780307267702

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From Wall road to the West Coast, from blue-collar billionaires to blue-blood fortunes, from the Google men to hedge-fund honchos, all of the cash on this planet provides us the lowdown on this present day richest americans. Veteran newshounds Peter W. Bernstein and Annalyn Swan delve into who made and misplaced the main funds long ago twenty-five years, the fields and industries that experience produced the best wealth, the most important possibility takers, the main aggressive gamers, the main wasteful relatives feuds, the trophy better halves, the main conspicuous shoppers, the most important artwork creditors, and the main and least beneficiant philanthropists.

Incorporating specific, never-before-published information from Forbes journal, all of the cash on the earth is a significantly unique, behind-the-scenes examine today's large wealthy.

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69 Yet that interest has arisen because of the 67 Gardner, above n 28, at 39–47. Murray Raff, Private Property and Environmental Responsibility: A Comparative Study of German Real Property Law (The Hague, Kluwer Law International, 2003) ch 1. 69 In the real Bahr v Nicolay (No 2), arising as it did in the Torrens jurisdiction of Western Australia, it was the Bahrs’ failure to lodge a caveat that left their interest unprotected. Strictly, in Australia at least, lodging a caveat does not entail using the register to protect an interest, because a caveat is considered to be a private direction to the registrar: see J & H Just Holdings Pty Ltd v Bank of New South Wales (1971) 125 CLR 546 (HCA).

In what circumstances should a claimant be entitled to a restitutionary remedy, based on the value of an interest in land, when a proprietary claim to that interest itself would fail? We have already argued that the grounds of personal liability should be consistent with the principles of proprietary recovery and not independent of them. In the rich academic literature on the equitable response to cases of receipt there are many persuasive arguments for and against the imposition of strict liability on recipients.

We have already argued that the grounds of personal liability should be consistent with the principles of proprietary recovery and not independent of them. In the rich academic literature on the equitable response to cases of receipt there are many persuasive arguments for and against the imposition of strict liability on recipients. But from a title registration perspective the arguments for the imposition of liability based on fault—and preferably requiring the recipient to have a high degree of cognition of the breach of trust or fiduciary obligation in question101—are more consistent with the principles of title registration than the arguments for strict liability.

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