What quasi means in law?

What quasi means in law?

Definition. Latin for "as if." Commonly used as a prefix to show that one thing resembles, but is not actually, another thing. For example, a quasi-contract resembles, but is not actually, a contract.

What does QUSI mean?

used to show that something is almost, but not completely, the thing described: The school uniform is quasi-military in style. Almost. a hop, skip, and a jump idiom.

What is quasi-contract example?

Let's look at an example of a Quasi contract: Peter and Oliver enter a contract under which Peter agrees to deliver a basket of fruits at Oliver's residence and Oliver promises to pay Rs 1,500 after consuming all the fruits. However, Peter erroneously delivers a basket of fruits at John's residence instead of Oliver's.

What is quasi divine?

Filters. The condition, as of a king etc., of being considered to have some attributes of a god.