Upon a preliminary agreement do the parties involved sign a document of acceptance or is a verbal commitment enough for the courts to recognize the acceptance of the provisions of an agreement between the parties.
Is a change of mind valid or a request for interpretation after the fact unusual?
Should all agreements require signatures of acceptance and should the motion be witnessed and countersigned by representing attornys?
2 Answers from Attorneys
unless you are an idiot, you get it in writing signed by everyone.
otherwise, it is very difficult or impossible to enforce.
How could I possibly top Mr. Davies' response?
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