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Under the common law, an action to recover money paid to a third party in circumstances where the defendant had benefited. This action required that the plaintiff show that the payment was made at the defendant's request. The law eventually implied such a request when the payment was made under compulsion of law or in the course of an intervention in an emergency on the defendant's behalf. See The Law of Restitution 3 (3d ed. 1986).

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