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Alaska says a contract is not required to be written between twoparties. They just stress the importance a written arrangementgives the parties in a trial.
No. Not Florida, but maybe Texas. A verbal agreement, like a wedding vow would be binding. To "unwind" the verbal agreement will probably require a divorce lawyer.
A verbal agreement is legally binding in California under certain circumstances. If the agreement is for something that will take longer than a year to perform or involves… real property, verbal agreements are not binding and must be put in writing in order to be legally enforceable.
i don't know about Oklahoma but i would guess that you need something in writing in any legal issue.
A properly written contract, signed by both parties, is tangible evidence of an agreement that is indisputably "legally binding". Generally, the problem with verbal agreement…s is that there is no evidence they exist. There is only a "he said, and he said" situation. In order to bind the other party to a verbal agreement, the moving party would need to bring an action in a court of equity and provide the judge with enough outside evidence that there was a verbal contract between the parties and the other party has breached it. Without compelling outside evidence such as witnesses, the judge cannot find that any contract existed between the parties.
Depends upon what you are talking about. Given that the question is placed into the property law section, I would say no. Real property (land) requires a written agreement to …be binding. Oral portions relating to that transaction (I'll fix this problem if you buy) may be enforcable. Depending on the issue, this might be a good time to talk to an attorney in Wyoming. An old saying is a verbal contract isn't worth the paper it's printed on. If it's an agreement for something that does not require a written contract - like the purchase of real estate - then it is legally binding, the problem is proving who said what and what was promised.
It depends upon what you are talking about. For real property contracts, the buying and selling of land, no, a verbal is never enough. You should consult an attorney in your s…tate for specific details.
E-mail agreements are what you'd call an "express agreement" , which is as legally binding as an oral contract. However, I have used e-mail addresses as a person's signa…ture when a client to authorizes me to act on their behalf. If it is an anonymous, Web-based e-mail it may not hold up in court, so I only use Microsoft Outlook e-mail addresses or the like.
A verbal agreement for what? And for how much? All agreements dealing with real property (land, buildings and similar) have to be in writing to be enforced. Depending upon the… specific state items above a set value, $10,000 is one such limit, they also have to be in writing to be enforced. Two other key items deal with the existence of clauses in any existing written contract, including the Parole Evidence clause.
Yes, if there is enough evidence to convince the court that there was a legal agreement.
Yes. A contract or agreement need not be written on a typewriter or computer to be valid, as long as it is signed by both parties.
Executive Agreements are not as binding as treaties. Executive agreements are made between two individuals, the executives of two agencies or two countries, and are really bin…ding only as long as the two executives want them to be. Treaties are ratified by Congress and are agreements between two national governments. for the US, they are second in force only to the constitution itself, and are binding until one side or the other follows procedures included in the treaty to discontinue the agreement.
I don't know but I think it contracts
In Arkansas Law
Try a search! No! They are not legal ANYWHERE!
An old saying is a verbal contract isn't worth the paper it's printed on. If it's an agreement for something that does not require a written contract - like the purchase of re…al estate - then it is legally binding, the problem is proving who said what and what was promised.
In State Laws
The tricky part about verbal agreements is that if two people have made a verbal agreement but they each present a different version of that agreement (for example, Mr. Smith …claims that a monthly fee of $200 was agreed upon, but Mr. Jones says that it was $150) and if there is no written agreement, no video recording of the conversation, and no witness to the verbal agreement, then there is no way to determine whose version of events is correct. So it is very hard to enforce verbal agreements. All you have to do is say, hey, wait a minute, I never agreed to that. Then there is no agreement. But if two parties have a verbal agreement and they both accept the same version of that agreement, then yes, it is legally binding in Tennessee.
In Contract Law
Generally speaking, an agreement in principle precedes a contract. The contract is enforceable but the agreement is not.