What facts must be known in order for a court to make

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If it is found that Lindquist did not expect to be paid unless Miller made Middleton profitable, would they recover on quasi-contract? Item 10
What if Lindquist recovered, what would be its recovery? Item 12
This quantum meruit recovery means Miller would get as much as he or she deserves?
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quasi-contract Item 2
equitable Item 3
Yes Item 4
lent its manager Miller Item 5
Yes Item 6
whether Lindquist reasonably expected to be paid if Miller did not make Middleton profitable
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Yes Item 9
What facts must be known in order for a court to make a decision?
The requirements for recovery on a quasi-contract theory are: (1) one party must confer a benefit on another party, (2) the party must confer the benefit with the reasonable expectation of being paid, (3) the party must not act as a volunteer in conferring the benefit, and (4) the party who received the benefit would be unjustly enriched if it were retained without being paid for. In this case, most of these requirements are apparent—Lindquist lent its manager Miller to Middleton, Lindquist did not do this as a

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