As much as he deserves. An equitable remedy used by the courts to determine the amount that should be paid as merited by the service performed
Latin for "as much as is deserved." A legal principle under which a person should not be obliged to pay, nor should another be allowed to receive, more than the value of the goods or services exchanged.
Expression means "as much as he deserves," and describes the extent of liability on a contract implied by law.
A legal principle where a court awards reasonable compensation to a party who performs work, labor, or services at another party's request; also referred to as unjust enrichment
An equitable principle whereby a court awards reasonable compensation to a party who performs work, labor or services at another party's request; also referred to as "unjust enrichment."
As much as he deserved.” Fair payment for extra work done not contemplated by contract. See Bignold v. King County, Hensel Phelps v. King County, and Heaton v. Imus. Class
As much as he deserves.” A right to receive payment for services even when there is no express contract.
As much as he has earned. When a contract comes to a premature end a person who has performed services under it may be entitled to a payment for what he has done (quantum meruit) even though his performance under the contract has not been completed.
The reasonable value of services provided, which a winning party may be able to recover from an opponent who broke a contract.
Quantum meruit is a Latin phrase meaning "as much as he has deserved". In the context of contract law, it means something along the lines of "reasonable value of services".