contract implied in fact

Definition of "contract implied in fact"
  1. An agreement understood from actions or circumstances rather than explicit words
How to use "contract implied in fact" in a sentence
  1. The court decided there was a contract implied in fact because both parties had acted like there was a contract, even though there were no written or verbal agreements.
  2. In the case of the unpaid worker, the judge found a contract implied in fact based on the regularity of tasks performed and payment made previously.
  3. Despite not having a signed contract, a contract implied in fact was identified due to the continuous supply of materials by a supplier under the assumption of payment.

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