2017 Georgia Code
Title 13 - Contracts
Chapter 5 - Defenses
Article 2 - Statute of Frauds
§ 13-5-30. Agreements required to be in writing
- To make the following obligations binding on the promisor, the promise must be in writing and signed by the party to be charged therewith or some person lawfully authorized by him:
- (1) A promise by an executor, administrator, guardian, or trustee to answer damages out of his own estate;
- (2) A promise to answer for the debt, default, or miscarriage of another;
- (3) Any agreement made upon consideration of marriage, except marriage articles as provided in Article 3 of Chapter 3 of Title 19;
- (4) Any contract for sale of lands, or any interest in, or concerning lands;
- (5) Any agreement that is not to be performed within one year from the making thereof;
- (6) Any promise to revive a debt barred by a statute of limitation; and
- (7) Any commitment to lend money.
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