However, 'unfair' is usually used for more casual/superficial things e.g. She got a chocolate bar and I didn't - that is so unfair! - unjust would not be used in this situation
Whereas, 'unjust' is usually used to refer to more serious/formal things e.g. I feel that the judge's decision was unjust - the accused did not get a chance to speak. - unfair also could be used in this situation, but I think unjust sounds better.
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