promise implied in law

Definition of "promise implied in law"
  1. A commitment inferred by law, based on a binding legal duty rather than any specific actions or statements indicating an intention to oblige oneself
How to use "promise implied in law" in a sentence
  1. The plaintiff sued for breach of a promise implied in law as no explicit agreement had been made.
  2. The defendant was held liable due to a promise implied in law, even though no explicit promise could be documented.
  3. Without any formal promises, the court used a promise implied in law to determine liability in the case.

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