8 And in the case of Plante v. Fullerton, Oct 46, 11, 148 pp. 87, we said, “We often encounter cases where a party says, “but we do not have a contract.” While contracts are often concluded in writing, it is customary for contracts to be concluded orally (with a few exceptions. B a land sale contract must be entered into in writing, for example).  I think this document is not very supportive of this issue. I do not agree with what was said on behalf of the applicant that sworn insurance can and should be interpreted in such a way that, in the event of the sale of the property, the plaintiff is compensated for the proceeds of the sale for the actual costs of renovation and improvement of the buildings. The document itself does not say that. It is as consistent with the defendant`s version as it is with his. If so, the mere fact that the applicant found it necessary to establish the written document is, in my view, evidence, for the defendant`s version, that there was no definitive agreement between the parties concluded in 2008. .
The property was registered in the defendant`s name, and it paid the obligation through the property. It insisted that no agreement was reached at any time, as the applicant stated. Her understanding of the back room was that the plaintiff, when her father built it to help her maximize her income from her property. Here too, I find his version to match the probabilities. A father and daughter would probably behave as the accused claims. They are unlikely to meet as a family and agree on conditions. If two or more parties reach an agreement without written documents, they will enter into an oral agreement (formally known as an oral contract). However, the authority of these oral agreements can be a bit of a grey area for those who do not know the law of contracts. Then, in the case of Sheela Gehlot vs. Sonu Kochar – Ors 2006 (92) DRJ 498 Delhi High Court found that oral agreements are valid and enforceable, and there could be no dispute about them.
As long as nothing can be written, an oral agreement is executed. For a treaty, there must also be a proposal and approval. And for the verbal agreement, there should be certain circumstances related to the so-called oral convention. No one can question the oral agreement as invalid. The regional court found that a binding agreement had been reached during the telephone conversation and that the real estate agent was authorized to order. The seller appealed and the Court of Appeal set aside the original decision and found that the agreed terms were not sufficiently secure and that it was not possible to involve a clause if, without that clause, there was no contract.