In the case of S.V. Narayanaswamy vs. Savithramma 2013R. F.A.no 1163 of 2002 c/w R.F.A.no 1164 of 2002 Karnataka High Court, applicant successfully proved the existence of an oral agreement. The applicant lodged a complaint for specific performance of the sales contract. The contract of sale was oral in nature. The Grie applicant presented the cheques issued by the respondent to examine the object. The defendant acted intentionally with a view to the agreement. It is also apparent from the witnesses heard that there was an agreement between the complainant and the respondent. After examining the pieces of evidence submitted by the applicant, the Court of First Instance found that there was an oral agreement between the two parties. Cheques were provided as proof that the entire considerable amount had been paid.
The oral agreement clearly proves this. What makes an agreement valid is the first thing to discuss. The process of entering into an existing agreement begins with the legal provisions of the Indian Contracts Act. For example, employers, workers and independent contractors may find it invaluable to document the terms of their agreements in an employment contract or service agreement. While an oral agreement can be legally enforceable, it can be difficult to prove it in court. Ultimately, all that can be said is that while agreements are oral, they are still enforceable, but they are not generally recommended when the contract deals with large transactions and regulates relationships between large corporations such as large commercial real estate, etc. Even if such oral agreements have already been concluded, the applicants can prove the existence of essential elements of the contract and, by presenting the admissible evidence, the applicant can nevertheless benefit from justice, since justice cannot be refused solely because of the absence of a written agreement, where alternative supporting documents support a complainant`s right. In the absence of one or more elements of a valid contract in an oral contract, it is likely that a court will declare the agreement unenforceable and unenforceable….