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A verbal agreement that is enforceable unless it falls within the Statute of Frauds. The problem with most oral contracts is not one of technical enforceability; it is one of proof. Unless both parties to a dispute have a clear recollection of the exact terms of the contract, and they are both truthful, a jury will have to decide whether a contract exists and the terms of that contract.