What is the "value survived" approach to quantifying the value of a constructive trust or monetary award?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from L. v. H., 2004 BCSC 1221 (CanLII):

In Peter v. Beblow, it was stated that the “value survived” approach rather than the “value received” approach is often the preferable approach for the purposes of quantifying the value of the constructive trust or monetary award once an unjust enrichment is found.

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