Section 68 - when necessaries are supplied: When one party supplies necessaries to the other (without request), a quasi contract comes into force.
- A case on this point is Chaval Vs Cooper.
- A case on this point is Hazarilal Vs Navaranglal. In this case B purchases A`s agricultural land. On that land cess is in arrears for a longer period which are actually to be cleared by A, But B pays that amount. Here Court creates a quasi contract between them under
Another case on this point is Govindram Govardhan Das Vs State of Gondal.
Section 70 - When one party is benefited by the activity of another party: When one party Conducts an activity and its benefit is attained by another party, then also Court can create a quasi Contract.
- A Case on this point is DamodarModaliar Vs Secretary of State for India. In this case A is resident of a Village. The local government conducts repairs to the tank situated at A`s village. As a result A gets benefited because the surrounding lands belong to A. Here Court creates a Quasi Contract and decides that A has to bear cost of repairs.
- Related case is Hallius Vs Fowler. In this case B finds a diamond at A`s shop and hands it over to A, requesting A to send the diamond to true owner. True owner is not found. When true owner is not found. Finder gets the title. No one can claim share in it. Here court creates a bailment contract between B and A and thus capacitates B to get diamond back.
- A case on this point is Khaniyalal Vs Sales Tax Officer of the Banaras. In this case Mr. A pays Sales tax by mistake though he is need to pay. Here Court creates a quasi Contract and capacitates A to recover that amount.