Chapter 15 Statute of Frauds
- University of Missouri- Columbia
- Management 3540
- Chapter 15 Statute of Frauds
Last Modified: 2011-05-06
- Sale of Interest in Land
- Performance Beyond One Year
- Collateral Promises
- Promisses Made in Consideration of Marriage
- Sales of Goods Prices at $500 or More
- Entire Interest
- Life Estate
- A promise to be jointly liable
- A promise to be primarily liable
- The main purpose of the rule is personal benefit
- Extrinsic (outside) evidence is admissible to prove lack of reality of consent
- Extrinsic evidence is admissible to clear up an ambiguity
- Extrinsic evidence is admissible to clarity incomplete contracts.
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