implied in law contract

Definition of "implied in law contract"
  1. A type of contract that's not formed by explicit agreement but is created by law for fairness and justice
How to use "implied in law contract" in a sentence
  1. Her claim for unpaid work was based on an implied in law contract as there was no explicit agreement.
  2. The disputing parties did not have a formal agreement, resulting in the court establishing an implied in law contract.
  3. Without a written contract, they had to rely on an implied in law contract to enforce payment for the services rendered.

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