yes i signed it & was going to go pay the recorded amount on monday the 20 th of may which is 3 days past when it was due ? also i guess one of the homeowners in this subdivison is a insurance salesman that just went to my fathers business yesterday & didnt know that it was my dads place & started telling my dad all about the case & that they had more money in the case then they were getting & so it appears they have broken the confidentiality of the agreement ? Should i have my dad call the guy to make appointment & document everything he says ? Eitheir way i donnt see myself as being free of the recorded judgement & so what do i do know ? thanks mike
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ok i will get a affadiate from my dad on everything this guy has said . but if i wait till after may 17 the deadline wonnt this agreement be no good anymore ? again the judgement the court awarded them i think isnt going to go away & thats why im on you for whats good for me ? and thats why my thoughts are to pay the recorded amount , to end their lever against me ?
it wasnt filed with the court as far as dox pop says & judge put in may 1 & case is closed ?
im not sure if they breached it good enough & the statement comes from my sister whom told my dad that he lived in the subdivion & they were mad over how much they have spent ect maybe not good enough that they were mad at judge feel hes on my side the agreement was faxed & i have original but that probally doesnt matter right ? so you say they can get anoyher judgement even if i go pay the clerk the full recorded amount ? i just cannt come up with the extra 22000 on top of paying off the judgement ?
my sister said she would do it for me & so ill see what they have so the judgement is 4 54610 they want me to pay 76000 & you say that now its the 76000 figure & i minus well forget about the recorded judgement amount now & think about the 76000 & even after may 17 if i fail to pay by the 17 im still nailed to the new figure of 76000 & if the affadavet doesnt work from my sister whom this homeowner in subdivison isnt 1 of the 15 people whos a plaintif ? that this faxed & not orginal copy doesnt matter eitheir by you looking at this agreement i have sent you has no way out for me ?
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