Category: Unjust enrichment

Quantum meruit is a form of quasi-contractual recovery and rests on the equitable principle that a person shall not be allowed to enrich himself unjustly at the expense of another

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Unjust enrichment is a remedy that may be imposed when there is no express contract providing for remuneration

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A claim for unjust enrichment

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A claim of unjust enrichment

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If a contract exists between the parties, unjust enrichment is inapplicable

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Unjust enrichment is not an independent theory of liability, but is the basis for a claim of quasi-contractual liability

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Unjust enrichment

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A plaintiff has to show it expected compensation from the person sued

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To establish unjust enrichment, the proponent must show both that a benefit was bestowed, and that retention of that benefit without payment would be unjust

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Claim for unjust enrichment

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