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Originally published in 1932, this book examines Section Four of the British Statute of Frauds.
Prefatory note; Table of statutes; Table of cases; Foreword H. D. Hazeltine; Introduction; Part I. Contracts Affected by the Statute: 1. Contracts expressly comprised within the statute; 2. Contracts and arrangements outside the statute; Part II. The Writing: 1. The writing; 2. Contents of the memorandum; 3. Defects commonly appearing in the memorandum; 4. The form of the writing; 5. The signature; 6. Agency in relation to the statutory requirement of signature; 7. Several documents; Part III. Operation of the Statute: 1. The statute and extrinsic evidence; 2. Extrinsic evidence proving subsequent variation or rescission of contracts under the statute; 3. Admission of extrinsic evidence to prove collateral contracts; 4. Effect of statute on contracts not complying with its requirements; 5. The statute and quasi-contracts; 6. The equitable doctrine of fraud in its relation to contracts under the statute; 7. The doctrine of part performance; 8. The equitable jurisdiction to rectify documents in its application to writings under the statute; 9. Pleading the statute; Conclusion; Index.