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Implied Contract

What is an 'Implied Contract '

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What is an Implied Contract
Definition of Implied Contract
BREAKING DOWN 'Implied Contract '

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Implied contract terms are items that a court will assume are intended to be included in a contract, even though they are not expressly stated. Businesses and professionals generally do not want to rely upon a court's interpretation of implied terms.

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Implied terms include statutory rights, such as the right to equal pay and duties, such as a duty of care. An important implied term is the duty of mutual trust and confidence, which is implied in every employment contract.

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An implied contract is an agreement created by actions of the parties involved, but it is not written or spoken. An implied contract is a legal substitute for a contract that is assumed to have been drawn. An implied contract is exactly what its name would suggest: a contract that is “implied,” based on the actions of those involved. An implied contract is not written down, and its terms .

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Implied terms are words or provisions that a court assumes were intended to be included in a contract. This means that the terms aren't expressly stated in the contract. This means that the terms aren't expressly stated in the contract. Terms implied "in law" are confined to particular categories of contract, particularly employment contracts or contracts between landlords and tenants, as necessary incidents of the relationship. For instance, in every employment contract, there is an implied term of mutual trust and confidence, supporting the notion that workplace relations depend on partnership.