CONSTRUCTIVE TRUSTS ARISING FROM:
(3) Breach Fid Duty
(5) Breach Promise
Theft/Conversion: Y steals from X. Title remains in X. But if Y uses prop to acquire other items, he takes those items in CT for X.
Fraud/Duress/Mistake Fact: Y acquires by, holds in CT for X's benefit. If conveyed to 3P not BFP, 3P is Constructive T'ee. If Y innocent party taking under forged/fraudulent will, he is CT'ee for rightful inheritor.
Breach Fid Duty: Fid Duty forbids taking title to prop belonging to B and from seizing opportunities for self. If breached, CT'ee in favor of whom the duty is owed.
Homicide: If you kill someone, you can't get their shit. You hold in CT for the heirs of the person you offed.
Breach Promise: General Rule: NO CT. Exceptions: (1) fraudulent promise (P'or never intended to keep), (2) Breach Promise by one in confidential r-ship, (3) breach by decedent's devisee or heir to hold prop for 3PB, (4) breach by decedent to devise prop to one rendering services in reliance thereon, (5) breach to debtor by buyer at foreclosure sale to hold prop for D, causing D to forgo bidding.