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Barron owned and operated a sod farm. Edwards orally agreed to purchase Barron’s entire sod crop for $ 300. Before the sod was removed, Barron notified Edwards that he had changed his mind and further stated that because the sod was part of the real estate, the oral agreement was invalid under the statute of frauds. Edwards sued for breach of contract, stating that the sod was personal property (goods) because it could easily be removed without doing damage and that the oral contract was valid. Was Edwards correct?


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