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Verbal agreements may be binding but are not enforceable
Sat, Jan 13 2007 4:52 PM
Joined on Sat, Jan 13 2007
I have always heard that in real state, verbal agreements may be binding but are not enforceable. No deal is sealed until it is signed. I wonder if the judge who is enforcing this verbal is aware that you did NOT sign the contract..? I am sure you did stress this criminal act, and if so, how could the Buyers walk away from forging one's signature?