discussion 4-1 - , parties. Forexample,thecourtfindsprece

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  A quasi-contract is not an actual contract, but is a legal substitute formed to impose equity between two  parties. The court sees this case as involving a quasi-contract as opposed to an actual contract because  the issue is whether one party has been unjustly enriched.   For example, the court finds precedent in the case of a subcontractor collecting its fees from an owner,  when the owner has not paid the contractor and also the contractor has not paid the subcontractor.  Identifying that under Ohio law (this case took place in Ohio state), an unpaid subcontractor could recover from an owner, the court found that Reisenfeld was entitled to recover the reasonable value of its services from the owner. The golden rule mentioned in the chapter does not really play a part in this case, The case of this 
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  • Spring '15
  • ROSE
  • Forex, Ohio, emergency room, Reisenfeld, actual contract, unpaid subcontractor

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