Hello, and thanks for your answer.
If their check does clear the second time, then can I still sue, and how much can I sue for? Even if it clears the second time, we are still out endless hours of aggravation, and stress, calls, emails, etc.
In other words, can we charge for sort of percentage penalty, or something on this?
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX answers the question. One last "small point".
If their check clears, then we won't sue them for damages, as per your email. However, can we at least ask for damages, or send them a bill for a 10% due to the hassle we incurred?
My guess if probably not, but it seems that they should pay something since we have bank fees, and time lost. Although there is no provision for that in the contract.
Thanks again, as this is my last follow up on this. I will leave you excellent feedback!
Thank you for your answer again, as that all makes sense. Have a great day!
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