How does one decide to sue for either expectation, reliance, or restitution? Can you mix 'n' match, or are they mutually exclusive?
Or does a Plaintiff sue under whichever one will result in more money? Or does the court decide? Confused on how this works.
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I'm pretty sure you can try all three in the same case if you want - the cause of action is breach of contract normally, or quantum meruit. You can try both expectation + reliance to show breach and you could also try to show restitution as well. I remember the child support case running through all of them.
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