Restatement Second of Contracts § 131
General Requisites of a Memorandum
Unless additional requirements are prescribed by the particular statute, a contract within the Statute of Frauds is enforceable if it is evidenced by any writing, signed by or on behalf of the party to be charged, which
- reasonably identifies the subject matter of the contract,
- is sufficient to indicate that a contract with respect thereto has been made between the parties or offered by the signer to the other party, and
- states with reasonable certainty the essential terms of the unperformed promises in the contract.
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