When entering into an agreement with another party, memorializing the terms of the agreement in writing is always ideal. In some cases, it is legally required. But in the course of making business deals, many agreements are not put into writing. Often the parties simply discuss terms and settle for a handshake. Oral agreements are […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Enforceability of Oral Contracts in Georgia Courts
A prospective renter might wonder if a written lease is necessary or preferable in all cases. Under Georgia law, a lease agreement that exceeds one year must be in writing in compliance with the Statute of Frauds. In general, there are significant benefits to executing a written lease agreement, but under limited conditions, oral leases […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Should You Always Have a Written Lease?