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Hello MarkThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.You do have a contract. For there to be a bona fide and enforceable contract the following must happen:1 There is an offer, which you have;
2 There is an acceptance of offer by the seller which you have;
3 Consideration - both sides must give something. In your case, the seller agreed to provide the program and you agreed to pay for it.However, you should read your contract and see what the terms of cancellation are as there may be a provision that allows you to cancel within a certain amount of days before the deposit is due. If you feel that the company is acting fraudulently or you and your son were deceived, I suggest you can make a report to the CA Attorney General Consumer protection.
Thank you. If there was no application and states he needs to be accepted, then I suggest no. There would be no breach of contract.
The agreement was based on a contingency of application and being accepted. There is no contract at this point.