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Good afternoon. I certainly understand the situation and your concern. If this was a loan
and she has failed to pay you back, you certainly have a legal right to sue her. The fact that this was not in writing, does not mean you can not sue her to collect, it just means you may have a harder time proving the terms and conditions of the loan. It is going to be your word against hers. If you have text messages or emails which reference the loan, you can certainly use those to support your position. Moreover, the burden would be on you, as the moving party, to establish this was a loan and not a gift, seeing how you were dating at the time and her possible making that very claim, as a defense.
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