Is a verbal agreement legal and binding in the State of Texas.
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Re: Verbal Agreement
It all depends on what the agreement was for. Some verbal agreements are binding in Texas. The problems, however, are usually providing the court with sufficient proof. Certain agreements must be in writing to be binding.
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