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When a person or party receives benefits unfairly or without providing fair compensation, they are said to be unjustly enriched and the party providing the benefits may have a legal right to seek restitution. At Donnell Law Group, our lawyers are experienced in cases where unjust enrichment has occurred, including estate litigation and civil litigation matters.
Unjust enrichment commonly involves a breach of contract. Consider the following example: A general contractor starts a home renovation with the full expectation he will be paid upon completion. However, a situation arises and the contract is terminated early due to a breach. If the property owner refuses to pay for the work that has already been done, this is considered unjust enrichment as the homeowner is benefiting from the general contractor’s work and has not paid for this "benefit".
Proving Unjust Enrichment
This claim can be filed any time one person or party stands to benefit unfairly from another party, including estate situations. When proving unjust enrichment, you should consider the following questions:
If you need legal guidance regarding an unjust enrichment claim, consult with the lawyers serving southern Ontario at Donnell Law Group.
We are confident that we have what it takes to give you the peace of mind you need during this very sensitive time. Whatever circumstances your family is facing right now, we are here to help you through the process. Call us today for an initial consultation.