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On July 26, however, XXXXX XXXXXed his mind, he told me and landlord that he does not want the business and refused to sign the lease with landlord. So landlord still keep lease with me.
Now I tried to enter a new agreement with John to cancel the contract, in return, I will give back $10,000 to him. I send a letter to him for this cancellition, and set a deadline for this offer on Aug. 8. John orally agreed the settlement, but with some twist, he claims that I took his camera (which is a lie, also is nothing to do with the contract), and demand the return of the camera.
My question is what i do next?
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