First Elgin Mills Developments Inc. v. Romandale Farms Limited, 2014 ONCA 573:
 Fifth, the application judge effectively implied a term where the normal conditions for doing so are not met. A court may imply a term in a contract where doing so is necessary to give effect to the intention of the parties and to give business efficacy to the agreement: see M.J.B. Enterprises Ltd. v. Defence Construction (1951) Ltd.,  1 S.C.R. 619, at paras. 27-29. Further, it must be obvious that the parties intended the contract to include such a term before a court will imply it.