implied accord


implied accord
The usual situation of accord in which a sum less than the whole claim is remitted or tendered on condition that it be accepted as full satisfaction, and accord and satisfaction resulting from its acceptance. Shinn v Kitchens, 208 Ark 321, 186 SW2d 168; Virginia-Carolina Electrical Works, Inc. v Cooper, 192 Va 78, 63 SE2d 717.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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