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Our answer will likely depend on what the bench is made of, if it’s structural.
Otherwise, I’d get a couple of patio pavers to put under the legs to put it to “even” if it’s sinking into the ground.
Far Hello,. Start with checking the screws, or what is holding it together. If this bench is wood, you can fix it, or if it's wrought iron, then you need to fix it some other way. I don't know what you can do, if it is. Maybe a brick or bricks to make it level. Aloha!
Put it up on a foundation
You need to discover and repair the cause of the lean. Then look at whether or not it will need repair. The source repair may remedy the bench.
Hi! Is it concrete, wood or metal? Is it sitting on a base or on the ground? The more details you provide, the more help we can be.