implied condition


implied condition
A condition which is not expressed but which is either implied by the law or by the common intention of the parties. As applied to estates in real property, a condition otherwise known as a condition in law, a condition which the law implies either from its being always understood to be annexed to certain estates, or as annexed to estates held under certain circumstances. Raley & Johns v Umatilla County, 15 Or 172, 13 P 890. See estate upon condition.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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