1 Elements and Case Citations
A contract implied in fact rests upon the conduct of the parties and not their verbal or written words. Parsa v. State, 64 N.Y.2d 143, 148 (1984). An implied in fact contract, like an express contract, requires:
- Mutual assent;
- Legal capacity; and
- Legal subject matter.
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