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then, there will be a strong case
but the age of the check more than one year
can you be my lawer
I wish, but under my terms of service with JA, I'm not allowed to do so. I'm sorry!
what if he does not have anny mony here but he has it out of the country?
but the check is here
if he dose not have the whats going to happen?
what if he is not working any more?
then what, can they put him in jail
We don't put people in jail for not being able to pay debts in the U.S. What you would have to prove is fraud...which would require you to prove he never had any intention of repaying you.
I know he is working, but if he knows he going to pay me he will quite his work.
As a judgment creditor, you have the right to garnish wages, levy bank accounts, and/or attach any other assets he has. You are not limited to garnishing wages.
can he make off the country? while the case in prosess
Can he leave the country while the case in prosess?
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