constructive contract

Definition of "constructive contract"
  1. An inferred agreement, also known as a quasi-contract, that is established by the conduct of parties rather than written or spoken words
How to use "constructive contract" in a sentence
  1. The court deemed there was a constructive contract between the business owner and the vendor, based on their past transactions.
  2. While there wasn't a formal agreement, the services rendered created a constructive contract.
  3. Both parties' conduct resulted in a constructive contract, obligating them to fulfill certain obligations.

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