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Constructive Trust Claims and "Joint Family Venture"

Common law spouses cannot rely on the same presumption of equal interest property rights afforded to married couples under the Matrimonial Property Act. If you are in a common-law relationship, any right you may have to your partner's property is not presumed. Instead, a common-law spouse must to prove that he or she made contributions to their partner's assets and satisfy the test for "unjust enrichment". A spouse who makes a claim for unjust enrichment must prove:

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