In their Real Estate Litigation column, Todd E. Soloway and Eric D. Sherman, partners at Pryor Cashman, write that although arguably harsh in its consequences, the voluntary payment doctrine provides a measure of finality to payment, thereby motivating aggrieved parties to timely exercise their rights in seeking restitution.
Payments Made in Error: The Voluntary Payment Doctrine
New York Law Journal
January 9, 2013
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