This chapter discusses the law of unjust enrichment. A claimant must show three things to make out a claim in unjust enrichment: that the defendant was enriched, that his enrichment was gained at the claimant's expense, and that his enrichment at the claimant's expense was unjust. If these requirements are satisfied, then the questions arise, whether there is any defence to the claim or any legal ground for the defendant's enrichment. If not, then it must be asked what remedy should be awarded.
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