implied in fact

Definition of "implied in fact"
  1. A contract, agreement, or condition inferred from a party's actions or statements, not from explicit language
How to use "implied in fact" in a sentence
  1. The contract was considered implied in fact due to the actions of both parties involved.
  2. The acceptance of the goods seemed to be an implied in fact agreement to pay for them.
  3. Their ongoing business relationship suggested an implied in fact contract, even though nothing was written.

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