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Because she is under the age of 18, she is not legally able to enter into a contract. Thus, the contract is voidable. However, where she received actual services, she must pay for those services. Thus, the $180 in both January and February were for services rendered for which she must pay.
Arguably, you can ask for the return of the money in March, since there were no services actually rendered. The trainer has a counter-argument in that he was relying on her representation
that she was able to enter into a contract in good faith, and relied on her as a customer and thus was entitled for the money up until the day she cancelled the contract. If you are able to show that he failed to check her identification to see if she was old enough to enter into the agreement, then he looses that argument.
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