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Reading in Implied Terms in Contracts

By Scott J. Burnham

Every contract is incomplete, and the courts find that some contract terms are implied even if the parties do not express them. These implied terms include the following:

  • Terms supplied by course of performance, course of dealing, and trade usage

  • The obligation of good faith

  • A standard of quality, called a warranty in the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)