oral contract

Definition of "oral contract"
  1. A spoken agreement that is legitimate and enforceable as long as it can be proven, meets the requirements for contract creation, and doesn't contradict laws mandating certain agreements be in writing
How to use "oral contract" in a sentence
  1. They entered into an oral contract for the sale of his used car.
  2. Despite not being in writing, their oral contract for gardening work was still enforceable.
  3. She accused him of breaking their oral contract when he failed to pay her for babysitting.

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