In Hudspeth v. Stoker, 644 S.W.2d 92, 94 (Tex.Civ.--San Antonio 1982, writ ref'd.), the facts involved a replacement insurance policy and a violation of a court order.
Although the Hudspeth court talked at length about the general considerations of equity that give rise to the remedy of a constructive trust, the fact remains that the court there could trace the promise broken, the court order, directly into the replacement policy. Id. at 95-96.