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I am being sued over a breach of a contract , but we never signed anything. Does that increases my chances of winning this lawsuit? I read that:
"the courts will enforce certain contracts only if they are in writing and are signed by the parties who are going to be obligated to fulfill them. "
We never made any official contract, there is just some email conversation prior to our deal but I didn't make any promises or guarantees. Subject of the lawsuit is he bought from me some websites, which shortly after sale stop performing and he blames me for it. He also had one week through escrow.com for testing these websites, where he would get access to websites before I got paid, and he could verify that all my claims are true and that sites are performing as promised.