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Statute of Frauds

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To satisfy the Statute of Frauds, a written agreement is required in certain circumstances. A writing is required for any contract that can't be completely performed within one year of its commencement, a contract involving the sale or purchase of real estate, a contract to answer for the debt of another person, or a contract involving a sale of goods for a price in excess of $500.00.

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