Remedying wrongful interferences in the making of gifts, whether outright or in trust: Equity’s venerable unjust enrichment jurisprudence, not tort law, is where to start. | Charles E. Rounds, Jr. – Suffolk University Law School

Anarba Groub

Deep In the bowels of the Restatement (Second) of Torts (1979), specifically § 774B, is some law that is poorly coordinated with prevailing relevant equity doctrine. Here it is: “One who by fraud, duress or other tortious means intentionally prevents another from receiving from a third person an inheritance or […]