Legal-Ease: ‘Unjust enrichment’ recovers benefits provided to others

Unjust enrichment is a legal method that may be used to force someone to pay for a benefit they have received from another person or business. Three things must be present for unjust enrichment to occur: the person must have actually benefitted from the goods, the person must know they have benefitted and the item they’ve received must be something that is unfair for them to keep.

Legal-Ease: Liens against farm crops

Liens are a complicated and difficult to understand legal process available in some businesses. For farmers, creditors can have liens placed on crops to receive their money. There are even specific laws for liens on grain as opposed to other crops. There are many steps and specifications required to utilize liens.