Business Law

Dozier and his wife, daughter, and grandson lived in the house Dozier owned.  At the request of the daughter and grandson, Paschall made some improvements to the house.  Dozier did not authorize the improvements, but he knew that the improvements were being made and did not object to them. Paschall sued Dozier for the reasonable value of the improvements.  Dozier argued that he had not made any contract for such improvements.  Was he obligated to pay for such improvements?