Definition Of Quasi Agreement

A court would achieve this by creating a fictitious agreement between the developer and Alicia and making Alicia liable for the cost of the owner`s services and materials. Accordingly, under a quasi-contract, liability will be either equal to the enrichment of a person or to an amount that the Tribunal may consider to be a reasonable amount to fairly remedy an unfair result. A quasi-contract is an obligation imposed by law to prevent a person from enjoying different or unjustified enrichment. n. a situation in which there is an obligation, as if there were a contract when the technical requirements of a contract have not been met. . . .