quasi-contract

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quasi-contract

n
(Law) an implied contract which arises without the express agreement of the parties
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But he who has experience of the manner in which we order justice and administer the state, and still remains, has entered into an implied contract that he will do as we command him.
Pursuant to your queries, we assume that you entered into an expressed or implied contract with the car dealership company in Dubai and in accordance with the said contract, you paid a deposit of Dh2,000 as part of booking a new car.
Quillen disagreed, saying an implied contract was in place.
It ruled that such a case could go forward when the person who submitted the idea could show that there was an express or implied contract to pay for the idea and that it was submitted in confidence with that expectation.
Rousseau (1995) and Arguyis (1990) suggest there is a psychological or implied contract beyond the formal contract that exists between co-workers which serves to bind extra-role collegial behaviors.
Neither the issue of this PQQ nor any subsequent tender shall create any implied contract between GAL and any bidder, and any such implied contract is expressly excluded.
Once money is accepted our culture dictates that you carry out the implied contract.
7) Likewise, an employer can defeat most implied contract claims of unjust discharge by requiring new employees to sign an express confirmation of at-will status.
However, where a payment or series of payments to a non-contract or amateur player appears to include a clear element of remuneration, for example appearance money, you should consider whether there is an oral or implied contract that makes the player an employee of the club.
We do not want anyone to think there is an implied contract of employment if they get past 90 days.
On July 19, 2011, Big Man Bakes sued Steven Hoskins and USI for negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and breach of implied contract for failing to recommend and obtain coverage against all claims arising from its operations.