However, recent capital market studies are not based on different risk parameters, but focus on asymmetric information and the risk of failure in capital markets. Implicit contracts have also played an important role in explaining credit rationing under asymmetric information. The law allows a party to seek compensation in certain cases if the form of a contract does not exist, but it would be unfair to deny the exemption to the complaining party. The courts view unjust enrichment in which one party receives a benefit that it knew the other party expected compensation. In such cases, the Court may find that there was an implied contract when no contract was actually concluded. .