implied contract

Definition of "implied contract"
  1. A contract acknowledged due to the parties' actions suggesting its existence or to prevent one party from being unfairly benefited
How to use "implied contract" in a sentence
  1. When the hairdresser started cutting her hair, an implied contract was formed.
  2. Without a written agreement, the court found an implied contract based on the business dealings between the two companies.
  3. He was awarded payment for his work on the project due to an implied contract.

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