Oral agreements are valid in VA.
Small claims is the place to go for your case.
Whether you can win or not depends on your abilitity to tell your story and draw upon SOME evidence tending to prove the existence of an agreement as against what your opponent argues. Judge will weigh the arguments and render a judgment.
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Yes, but you have to burden of proving that an agreement existed.
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