In this article, James Cai explains the Statute of Frauds, a type of state law which can have a dramatic effect in real estate (and, admittedly, other kinds of) litigation. Mr. Cai explains how the Statute of Frauds encourages written contracts, how it can be used as a defense against a breach of contract action, and exceptions which render contracts normally invalidated by the Statute of Frauds enforceable.
- Summary by FizzLaw Team
Read the Article at:
Statute of Frauds in Real Estate Litigation