Quasi Contracts

"Thirdly, it is a right which is available not against all the world, but against a particular person or persons only, so that in this respect it resembles a contractual right." Can you please explain the above sentence?

Vanisri Gowreddy

Vanisri Gowreddy

CA Foundation


29-Aug-20 09:02


Answers (2)

Just because there is no specific agreement between two parties it cannot be enforceable against others. It will be only against one person who performs such act

ruchi lahoti

ruchi lahoti


29-Aug-20 12:10