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Implied refers to a right, obligation, or conduct that is not expressly written down or stated.  For example, all parties to a contract have an implied obligation to act in good faith with respect to the contract, even if the contract does not expressly state that the parties must act in good faith.

Likewise, someone could impliedly consent to another person’s activity.  For example, if someone sees his neighbor using his property, but does not protest, a court might conclude that he has impliedly given his consent to his neighbor.

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