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11. Can I appeal a Final Judgment of Breach of Contract without a formal written contract? 

Generally, yes. A final judgment in a breach of contract case usually is an appealable judgment and may present critical legal issues to appeal. Not all contracts must be formal writings. Contracts for a certain sum of money, or that cannot be performed within one year, or that concern realty, for example, often need to be in a formal writing. But we live in a fast-paced world and the law is catching up with the way people do business today. Today, contracts can sometimes be pieced together, for example, from emails exchanged between the parties concerning the same subject matter. Contracts can sometimes be pulled together from purchase orders and checks concerning the same subject. Appellate attorneys that handle contract law appeals can provide expert analyses of whether the appeal at issue is viable.