Implied trusts may be segmented into two subcategories: “Implied trusts may be either resulting or constructive trusts. A resulting trust arises upon the presumed intention of the parties where the terms of the disposition or accompanying facts establish that beneficial interest is not to go with legal title.” Siemiesz v. Amend, 237 Md. 438, 441, 206 A.2d 723 (1965). A resulting trust is similar to the express trust but differs in the respect that the intention of the parties is not expressed but implied from the circumstances. A resulting trust may result in a situation when the purchase price is paid by one person and title is taken in another person. In that instance, it is presumed that the person taking title holds the property in trust for the person who paid the purchase price. This is, however, a rebuttable presumption. See Annapolis v. West Annapolis Fire & Improvement Co., 264 Md. 729, 735-36, 288 A.2d 151 (1972).