Are Verbal Contracts Legal? Can I Claim On A Verbal Contract? Contract Law Series – BarristerSecrets

Are Verbal Contracts Legal? Can I Claim On A Verbal Contract? These are common questions people ask when they have a contract that wasn’t written down or signed.

Many people wonder whether a verbal contract will support a claim and whether it is legally in forcible.

If you want to know more about contract law and whether a contract is in forcible, whether it is a verbal contract or a written contract, subscribe to BarristerSecrets for more videos.

I’m a Barrister of England and Wales. The content of the series is not designed to be an alternative for formal legal advice well you need it but to give you a good overview of the law for trees and gardens.

Small Claims In Court | How Small Claims Work in Court


In this video, I talk about small claims in court and how to bring a small claim.

Many people think there is a small claims court but this is not true. I talk about what makes a claim a small claim and, in simple terms, how to bring a small claim in court.

Claims for money alone will be designated as a small claim if it is no more than £10,000 and if it is a personal injury or landlord-tenant claim no more than £1000.

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This video is not to be taken as an alternative for legal advice and is by no means a comprehensive or complete resource but it is designed to give you an idea of how small claims work in court and to give you a general understanding of what they are and how they are brought.

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