express or implied

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  • New leases, whether express or implied, may also be entered into between the same parties.
  • We might as well, here and now, dismiss the idea of force, express or implied. Cited from Martin Luther King Jr. Day Anthology #1
  • Contract law covers obligations established by agreement (express or implied) between private parties.
  • Recognition can be either express or implied and is usually retroactive in its effects.
  • A written contract is express; an oral contract may be express or implied. Cited from Studies in Civics, by James T. McCleary
  • A term may either be express or implied.
  • It was held as well that the stipulation might be express or implied.
  • This means a principal is bound by the agent's actions, even if the agent had no actual authority, whether express or implied.
  • An offer to guarantee must be accepted, either by express or implied acceptance.
  • Suits may arise out of express or implied contracts to which the government was a party.
  • These contracts may be express or implied, oral or written -- but they must be provable in any case.
  • The common intention of all parties that the delegation take place may be either express or implied from the circumstances, including from the conduct of the parties.
  • By no engagement, express or implied, am I their supporter. Cited from The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Vol. 1 (of 3), by John Morley
  • Licensee is a person who enters certain property with express or implied permission of the land occupier and no business purpose is involved.
  • United States contract law regulates the obligations established by agreement (express or implied) between private parties in US law.
  • In the absence of any such choice by the parties, express or implied, the court simply assign a governing law to the contract.
  • In the absence of express or implied contract, a mere employer of the inventor has no rights under the patent. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 1178, June 25, 1898, by Various
  • There is no express or implied contract -- no statement tending to show a "coming together of minds" in respect to anything.
  • There are essentially two kinds of authority recognised in the law: actual authority (whether express or implied) and apparent authority.
  • Neither the Advocate nor any one of his associates had done any act except by authority, express or implied, of that sovereign State. Cited from Life of John of Barneveld, 1618-19 by Motley
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