A civil court judge of Colorado will determine if there has been a breach of contract. A contract between majors and who had the mental capacity to enter into contracts enforceable by law only will be considered by the Civil Court.
In Colorado, oral contracts are enforceable by law; however, written contracts will bear a higher rate of success as in the former cases.
The court will judge whether the breach of contract is material or immaterial, based on the facts of the case.
The Judge may award a financial compensation or even issue a verdict of criminal charges if the breach is meant to cause any harm or damage to people.
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