Unformatted text preview: more than one year • General Requisites of a memorandum (131) o Reasonably identifies the subject matter of the contract o Sufficient to indicate that a contract with respect thereto has been made between the parties or offered by the signer to the other party o States with reasonable certainty the essential terms of the unperformed promises in the contract Decision: • Probate court: contract satisfied the statute of frauds, was enforceable and ordered the estates personal representatives to perform the contract. • Supreme court: Agreements property description is insufficient to meet the requirements of the statute. Reversed Why: • The property described in the agreement was without a doubt the property in Wyoming, nut since it wasn’t described in the agreement, it can’t be enforced according to the Statute of Frauds of Wyoming....
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- Fall '11
- Wyoming, George Herbert Jackson