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Unformatted text preview: Week 4: Legal Purpose and Written Contracts - Discussion Help Welcome to the Week 4 Discussion Area! Post your responses to the Discussion based on the course requirements. Note: If there are multiple Discussion topics in this week, click on the Select a Topic drop-down menu to reveal each topic. After choosing a topic, click the Go button. After you have completed the Discussion, please proceed to the Application. To Write or Not To Write Most contracts are not required by law to be in writing to be enforceable in court. As you have seen in Chapter 11 of the text, there are only a few specific situations where a contract must be written to be enforceable. Based on your reading for this week: Do you believe that most contracts should be put in writing, even if it is not required by law? With these thoughts in mind: Post a statement by Day 3 that tells whether or not you believe that most contracts should be put in writing, even when it is not required by law to do so. Explain why you feel the way that you do. Further, if you do even when it is not required by law to do so....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course BUSINESS 2003-1 taught by Professor Cutchen during the Spring '09 term at Walden University.
- Spring '09
- Business Law