implied notice

Definition of "implied notice"
  1. Known as inquiry notice, implied notice refers to the knowledge that a reasonable person would interpret from a set of facts or circumstances, prompting further investigation. This concept is regarded as a type of actual notice
How to use "implied notice" in a sentence
  1. The buyer had an implied notice of the property's disputed situation owing to the presence of occupants living there.
  2. Since the contractor saw the warning signs, they were deemed to have an implied notice of the potential danger on the construction site.
  3. Because of the irregularities in the paperwork, the auditor had an implied notice about potential fraud and was expected to investigate further.

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