Q: For the past 5 years my business has been involved in a verbal agreement with a vendor and we now are involved in a major disagreement that might lead to litigation. Will the court find this verbal contract enforceable?
A: North Carolina courts have found that verbal contracts and agreements are enforceable. Even without a formal document in place courts will often decide which party will prevail based upon the practices and relationship between the parties during the time of the verbal understanding.
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