- Formed or deemed to exist by legal implications, although not explicitly acknowledged or established
- Determined or inferred by the court's interpretation or explanation of the law
- Not real or factual, but established by the automatic function of law
- The landowners are said to have constructive possession of their property even in their absence.
- Due to the deceit involved in the transaction, the court decided there was a constructive transfer of rights.
- Though no formal notice was given, the law recognizes it as constructive notice based on the circumstances.