As the court stated in Hubar v. Jobling, the fact that the defendant and the plaintiff were not married and that the defendant did not intend ever to marry the plaintiff is of little assistance in determining whether there is a juristic reason justifying the defendant retaining the benefit of the plaintiff’s contributions. (d) What is the appropriate remedy?
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