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FIDUCIARIES: WHEN IS SELF-DENIAL OBLIGATORY?
The Cambridge Law Journal
A highly paid agent sets out to undermine his principal's business. A doctor wangles sex-for-drugs favours from a patient. An advisor offers self-interested advice to his client. A father engages in an incestuous relationship with his child. In each case the perpetrator is clearly a wrongdoer and the law must somehow respond. But what is the legal wrong and how should the law respond?doi:10.1017/s0008197399003025 fatcat:shn7o67ppbaqjo73f25crc6wrm