Are contracts involving suretyship required to be in writing?
Yes. Surety contracts fall under the statute of frauds and must be in writing. Surety arrangements are when one party agrees to pay off the debt of another. The surety promise will be made with the original credit who has agreed to loan the money to the original debtor.
Below is an example of surety contracts that must be in writing under the statute of frauds:
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