Product delivered without a written contract

Seller’s practice is to obtain written and customer-signed sales agreements. Seller delivers a product to a customer without a signed agreement based on a request by the customer to fill an urgent need.

Can an enforceable contract exist if Seller has not obtained a signed agreement consistent with its customary business practice?


It depends…….. and here is the reasoning:

Seller needs to determine if a legally enforceable contract exists without a signed agreement. The fact that it normally obtains written agreements does not necessarily mean an oral agreement is not a contract. However, Seller must determine whether the oral arrangement meets all of the criteria to be a contract.

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