Verbal contracts in Texas
Are verbal contracts binding in the state of Texas? We have a customer that is trying to sue us over a verbal contract.
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Re: Verbal contracts in Texas
Yes, verbal contracts are enforceable in Texas if you can prove the necessary terms of the agreement. If you acted in accordance with the contract, there are correspondence referring to the agreement or other items indicating an agreement exists, it can be valid in Texas. Of course I'd need more info to determine the chances of proving the verbal agreement.
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