However, the Supreme Court contradicted the Court of Appeal. It found that, in the circumstances of the case, the parties clearly intended to conclude a binding agreement. It concluded that it intended to pay commissions in the event of a sale without explicitly saying so, but stated that even without that conclusion, it would have been possible to incorporate such a provision into the contract. In Wells v. Devani, the question was whether a real estate seller was required to pay a commission to a real estate agent. During a phone call, the real estate agent confirmed that his commission was 2% plus VAT, but there was no discussion about the circumstances in which the commission must be paid or certain other conditions. . 92 of the Indian Evidence Act, in support of its assertion that, if the duration of a contract or agreement has been reduced in writing, no evidence of an agreement or oral statement. Consent to the resignation or modification of a contract or agreement in text form (highlighted here only). According to the workers` request, the so-called oral agreement was not concluded as a result of the comparisons and conditions. and the present case does not fall within the reservation (4) of that section and no evidence would be admissible to justify such a prior oral agreement/contract.31.
Next, Mr. Shetye. In this article, Himanshu Sharma, a degree in Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws from NUJS, Kolkat discusses the applicability of oral agreements under Indian law. .