9. Do all contracts need to be in writing to be valid?

Generally yes, a contract usually denotes a writing to evidence an enforceable agreement between two parties, however there are exceptions to this rule such as holographic statements and implied agreements, yet it is not recommended to test the limits of the law in these circumstances.  Please consult with a lawyer to see if any exceptions may apply in your case that would allow you to enforce an agreement that was not set down in writing.

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