ACCEPTANCE BY SILENCE

When the court “implies a promise” or holds that good faith requires a party not to violate these expectations, it is recognizing that sometimes silence says more than words, and it is understanding its duty to the spirit of the bargain is higher than its duty to the technicalities of the language. Corbin on Contracts. See Note.


Notice: Undefined index: allowloggedinusers in /home/yusefel2017/spcuniversity.privatesidesolutions.com/wp-content/plugins/prevent-content-theft-pro.disable/prevent-content-theft-pro.php on line 112