Statute of Frauds - Interest in Land Any right privilege...

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See the material about the Digital Age. The writing does not have to be created at the time of the contract. Hamer v. Sidway: Performance cannot occur within one year. This contract falls within the statute of frauds. At the time of the offer it was not in writing but the letter of uncle accepting when Sidway turned 21, is enough to satisfy the statute of frauds. It can be a one way street. One party may be able to enforce a contract against the other but the reverse will not be true. The buyer has a signed writing by the seller so it can enforce the contract, but not the other way around. Does the plaintiff has a writing that satisfies with the statute of frauds against the defendant and signed by it. Things to Keep in Mind
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