A constructive trust is a trust which arises by operation of law where it would be unconscionable for a person who holds an asset to deny that another person has a beneficial interest in that asset. For example, a trust may arise where: This is known as ‘common intention constructive trust‘.

Its is a remedy imposed by a court to benefit a party that has been wrongfully deprived of its right due toeither a person obtaining or holding a legal property rightwhich they should not possess due to unjust enrichment or interference or due to a breach of fiducary duty.

Should you wish to engage a solicitor then feel free to contact our team of expert solicitors in London serving you since 2008.