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Waddle v. Elrod

367 S.W.3d 217 (Tenn. 2012)

tl;dr: One party agreed to transfer interest in real property as a settlement for a lawsuit, and their attorney accepted the agreement by responding to an email. Then, the party changed their mind about the settlement and claimed Statute of Frauds.

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Facts:Waddle and Elrod were about to go to trial on...

Holding:Reversed. Settlement agreements arising from litigation that involves real property...

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