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Thus, even if the agreement which was rescinded was subject to the statute of frauds, the agreement to rescind it is not.The Tennessee statute of frauds states that a real estate contract which is covered by that statute should be memorialized in “some memorandum or note. .” The statute itself does not provide any further guidance about what terms, descriptions, etc. There are quite a few Tennessee cases which have interpreted that language and which provide more definition about what kind of writings are and are not sufficient to comply with the statute. Amount, Duration, and Scope of Medical and Remedial Care Services (adding 12VAC30-50-455; repealing 12VAC30-50-440, 12VAC30-50-450, 12VAC30-50-490). Standards Established and Methods Used to Assure High Quality Care (amending 12VAC30-60-360). Methods and Standards for Establishing Payment Rates; Other Types of Care (amending 12VAC30-80-110). Waivered Services (amending 12VAC30-120-700, 12VAC30-120-710, 12VAC30-120-750, 12VAC30-120-751, 12VAC30-120-752, 12VAC30-120-754, 12VAC30-120-756, 12VAC30-120-758, 12VAC30-120-759, 12VAC30-120-760, 12VAC30-120-761, 12VAC30-120-762, 12VAC30-120-764, 12VAC30-120-766, 12VAC30-120-770, 12VAC30-120-773, 12VAC30-120-774, 12VAC30-120-775, 12VAC30-120-777, 12VAC30-120-779, 12VAC30-120-1000, 12VAC30-120-1005, 12VAC30-120-1020, 12VAC30-120-1030, 12VAC30-120-1070, 12VAC30-120-1090, 12VAC30-120-1500, 12VAC30-120-1510, 12VAC30-120-1520, 12VAC30-120-1540; adding 12VAC30-120-501, 12VAC30-120-505, 12VAC30-120-514, 12VAC30-120-515, 12VAC30-120-525, 12VAC30-120-535, 12VAC30-120-545, 12VAC30-120-570, 12VAC30-120-580, 12VAC30-120-735, 12VAC30-120-782, 12VAC30-120-1019, 12VAC30-120-1021, 12VAC30-120-1022, 12VAC30-120-1023, 12VAC30-120-1024, 12VAC30-120-1025, 12VAC30-120-1026, 12VAC30-120-1027, 12VAC30-120-1028, 12VAC30-120-1029, 12VAC30-120-1031, 12VAC30-120-1032, 12VAC30-120-1033, 12VAC30-120-1034, 12VAC30-120-1035, 12VAC30-120-1036, 12VAC30-120-1037, 12VAC30-120-1038, 12VAC30-120-1039, 12VAC30-120-1058, 12VAC30-120-1059, 12VAC30-120-1061, 12VAC30-120-1063, 12VAC30-120-1064, 12VAC30-120-1065, 12VAC30-120-1066, 12VAC30-120-1067, 12VAC30-120-1068, 12VAC30-120-1069, 12VAC30-120-1552, 12VAC30-120-1554, 12VAC30-120-1556, 12VAC30-120-1558, 12VAC30-120-1560, 12VAC30-120-1580; repealing 12VAC30-120-720, 12VAC30-120-730, 12VAC30-120-740, 12VAC30-120-753, 12VAC30-120-776, 12VAC30-120-1010, 12VAC30-120-1040, 12VAC30-120-1060, 12VAC30-120-1080, 12VAC30-120-1088, 12VAC30-120-1530, 12VAC30-120-1550).Emily Mc Clellan, Regulatory Supervisor, Policy Division, Department of Medical Assistance Services, 600 East Broad Street, Suite 1300, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 371-4300, FAX (804) 786-1680, or email [email protected] 301 MMMM (2) of Chapter 665 of the 2015 Acts of the Assembly directed: "The Department of Medical Assistance Services, in collaboration with the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, shall report on plans to redesign the Medicaid comprehensive Intellectual and Developmental Disability waivers prior to the submission of a request to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to amend the waivers.In developing the report, the departments shall include plans for the list of services to be included in each waiver, service limitations, provider qualifications, and proposed licensing regulatory changes; and proposed changes to the rate structure for services and the cost to implement such changes.

The statute of frauds covers real estate option contracts as well as garden variety real estate sales contracts.

Every case which involves whether the writing or writings are sufficient will turn on its own unique facts.

If you are involved in real estate litigation in Tennessee, you should consult with an experienced real estate litigation lawyer before you make any determinations about how the statute of frauds might affect your case.

It does not cover agreements about boundary line disputes; real estate agents’ agreements to list and sell real estate; or real estate brokerage agreements.

The statute of frauds does not apply to some agreements which are collateral to the transfer of real estate.

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