Legal Advice for Unjust Enrichment — 4 results
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
In Nevada unjust enrichment is: a benefit conferred for another; and acceptance and retention of the benefit in circumstances where it would be inequitable to retain them
Written by attorney Andrew Bernhard, 6 months ago.
Force-placed insurance generally cannot be a breach of contract, breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, or unjust enrichment. Thus, if a borrower wishes to recuperate... more
Written by attorney Casey B. Green, over 2 years ago.
Under Pennsylvania law, when a person receives a benefit from another, and it would be unconscionable for the recipient to retain that benefit, the doctrine of unjust enrichment requires... more
Written by attorney Michael S. Haber, over 3 years ago.
What Do You Need To Prove To Win An Unjust Enrichment Claim? Unjust enrichment is an obligation that the law creates even without any contract or agreement. In order for a plaintiff to... more
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