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Does California Require a Contract for Litigation?

When you think about going to court over a breach of contract, you probably assume there is a written contract involved. However, this is not always the case. In fact, even verbal agreements can be argued in a court of law, especially if there are witnesses to the agreement.

Of course, it is always in your favor to have a written contract if you are suing for a breach of contract, and there are certain circumstances where having a written a signed contract is required in the state of California. Some of those situations include:

  • Sale of land
  • A lease that extends more than a year
  • Cosigning for someone else’s debt
  • Services that will not be performed within a year of entering into a contract
  • Some loan agreements in excess of $100,000
  • An agreement to pay an existing mortgage

While these are some of the situations that require a contract for legal action, it is easy to understand how a written agreement would protect you even in situations that involve shorter timelines or less money.

Business Contracts and Litigation Services in Southern California

Pokala Law APC APC offers business contract services as well as breach of contract litigation to small businesses in San Diego and the surrounding areas. You want your business to be protected by contracts involving leases, non-disclosure, employment, and more. We can help draft those contracts as well as offer litigation services if someone you enter into an agreement with breaches the contract. Call us today at 1-844-695-1487 or submit our online contact form to get started.

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