promise implied in fact

Definition of "promise implied in fact"
  1. A commitment inferred from particular details, situations, or actions involved between two parties
How to use "promise implied in fact" in a sentence
  1. In the case of the contractor and the homeowner, a promise implied in fact was assumed when the former started working without any written contract.
  2. The court identified a promise implied in fact when the manager consistently approved overtime work without formal agreement.
  3. In contract law, the promise implied in fact often takes precedence over verbally agreed terms when there's a conflict.

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