implied in law

Definition of "implied in law"
  1. Refers to obligations or responsibilities that are established and enforced by legal standards, such as rules and regulations established by cases or statutes
How to use "implied in law" in a sentence
  1. Although the contract didn't specify a payment date, it's implied in law that it should be within a reasonable time.
  2. The landlord's duty to maintain the property in a habitable condition is not stated in the lease but is implied in law.
  3. The business partnership was not initially agreed upon in writing, but their mutual actions established an agreement that was implied in law.

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