actio de in rem verso

Definition of "actio de in rem verso"
  1. A legal principle that is similar to the common-law concept of preventing undue or unfair benefit at the expense of another
How to use "actio de in rem verso" in a sentence
  1. The landlord invoked the actio de in rem verso to seek reimbursement after the tenant unlawfully benefited from property improvements.
  2. The claimant brought up the actio de in rem verso, arguing that the defendant enriched himself unfairly at her expense.
  3. The court relied on the defense of actio de in rem verso to ensure no party gains an unjust advantage.

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