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Part-Performance Doctrine

Part-Performance Doctrine

Definition

An exception to the Statute of Frauds under which an oral contract may be valid if one party reasonably relied on the agreement and in doing so partially performed his part in such a way that the maintenance of justice requires enforcement of the agreement.

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