Constructive Condition Law and Legal Definition

Constructive condition refers to condition in a contract that is imposed by law to meet the ends of justice. In constructive condition the conditions in the contract will neither be expressed nor be implied by words. If the court finds that the contract created an injustice then the court imposes a constructive condition through the liberal interpretation of the contract. In this type of contracts the courts imposes a duty upon the parties to meet certain conditions.