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Good afternoon,I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
When your son's girlfriend was the only applicant for the apartment and your wife wrote the check to the apartment complex, that was legally a gift to the girlfriend and did not entitle you or your wife to any legal remedy in case the apartment never rented to the couple or in case the apartment was rented and the deposit applied to the first month's rent or the deposit.
I presume that there was an agreement between the four of you that the $150 was a loan and give that your remedy is to sue the ex-girlfriend in small claims court for the return of the money----since the purpose of the loan will no longer ever come to fruition.
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