The Statute of Frauds (Civil Code §1624) requires, in specified cases, a written memorandum signed by the party who it is being enforced against. Although extrinsic evidence cannot be used to supply an essential term of a contract, it can be used to explain essential terms that were understood by the parties but would otherwise be unintelligible to others.
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