Article 1105. Reimbursement of the value of unjust enrichment.
1. If it is impossible to return in kind unjustifiably received or saved property, the acquirer must reimburse the victim for the actual value of this property at the time of its acquisition, as well as losses caused by the subsequent change in the value of the property, if the acquirer did not refund its value immediately after learning of the unfoundedness enrichment. 2. A person who unreasonably temporarily used someone else's property without the intention to purchase it or someone else's services must reimburse to the victim what it saved as a result of such use, at the price that existed at the time when the use ended, and in the place where it occurred.
References to other articles of chapter 60. Obligations due to unjust enrichment: