There is also a general discretion of the Tribunal to adopt a „requirement” that you provide additional information before processing the application, which may delay the case. In many cases, oral treaties provide a sufficient basis for building strong, long-term relationships. However, problems can arise when a party disputes the agreed contractual terms or even when there is a contract. Oral contracts are best used for simple agreements. For example, an oral contract on the trade of a used lawn mower for a used dryer does not require much detail. The simpler the contract, the less likely it is that the parties involved will be brought to justice. However, collecting evidence of contractual terms is likely to be more complex and time-consuming than a written agreement.