Implied Terms in Contract Law | Express Terms vs Implied Terms

Implied Terms in Contract law

Implied Terms in Contract Law Implied terms in contract law (or implied conditions) are those terms that, although not expressed, may be read into the contract if it would be reasonable to do so in order to give effect to the true intention of the parties. A term or condition that must be read into a contract if the intention of parties is not to be defeated; usually because it is inherent in the nature of the contract, or so obvious that it ‘goes without saying’. (‘Terms and … [Read more...]