Implied Terms in a Contract Law and Legal Definition

Implied terms in a contract are terms that form part of the contract even though they are not expressly included in the body of the contract. The general implied terms are those provided in contracts for the sale and/or supply of goods. Suppose, if A sells goods to B, B would be entitled to assume that A had the legal right to sell him the goods. However, this right may not be explicitly stated in the contract.