Constructive Contract

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Meaning of Constructive Contract

Sometimes known as a quasi contract and is an obligation created by law for reasons of justice without regard to expressions of assent by either words or acts of the parties . Thus, a quasi contract will be implied where one person has received money which is the property of another and which the former is obliged to refund . See United States v state Nat. Bank, 96 U.S. 30, 24 L.Ed. 647.

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