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Contract – Oral – Personal Loan – Statute Of Frauds (access required)

Where plaintiff alleges defendant defaulted on a $25,000 personal loan made on an oral contract, defendant has waived her right to plead the statute of frauds defense with regard to plaintiff's introduction of a check to evidence the agreement, because defendant failed to specifically plead the statute of frauds in her grounds of defense. Defendant also ...

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