1 Elements and Case Citations
A contract implied in law or ‘quasi-contract’ is not a contract at all, but rather a legal obligation imposed to prevent one party’s unjust enrichment. A quasi-contract claimant must establish;
- The performance of services in good faith;
- The acceptance of the services by the person to whom they are rendered;
- An expectation of compensation for the services; and
- The reasonable value of the services.
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