BUS 206 - Module 4 Discussion Board - Why does the court...

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Why does the court see this case as involving a quasi-contract as opposed to an actual contract?A quasi-contract is not an actual contract, but an implied by law contract. It is a court imposed contractual obligation to prevent unjust enrichment, or to prevent someone to be enriched at the expense of another person in an unjust situation (Kubasek, 312). There are three parts to a quasi-contract under Ohio law, including there must be a benefit given by the plaintiff upon the defendant; knowledge by the defendant of the benefit, and retention of the benefit by the defendant under circumstances where it would be unjust to do so without payment (Kubasek, 313). The court viewed this case as a quasi-contract versus an actual contract because there was no direct agreement made between BSI and Reisenfeld. What other case law does the court rely on in finding precedent/support for compensating Reisenfeld?The court relied on other case law involving contractor and subcontractor as support for

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