It is clear that any civilised system of law is bound to provide remedies for what has been called unjust enrichment, or unjust benefit, that is, to prevent a man from retaining the money of, or some benefit derived from, another which it is against his conscience he should keep.’ (Lord Wright in Fibrvsa Spolka Akcynja v Fairbairn Lawson Combe Barbour Ltd (1943).) How does English law attempt to provide such remedies? Does it do so satisfactorily?