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confused Business Debt, Collections

Discussion in 'Other Debt, Collection, Garnishment' started by jsrust, May 18, 2015.

  1. jsrust

    jsrust Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Hello, my name is (deleted), a few months back my son and I decided to try out a hapkido school, we signed no contracts, the only thing I can remember signing was a release form in case of injory, he did go over payments, but that's all I can remember, after a month we decided it wasn't for us and we quit going, now we are having a lawsuit filed against us for the sum of 4,165 dollars. Is this right? I have been in several martial arts schools in the past and even taught classes myself and I've never heard of anything like this.





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  2. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    All you can do is appear at the trial and make the plaintiff prove you signed a contract for $4,000.
    You simply ask him to present the contract you signed.
    If there's no signed contract, there is no debt.

    You mention the owner "did go over payments".
    That could be a problem, depending on what the plaintiff alleges was done when he went over "payments".
     
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