Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX started looking for another buyer. What happens if we find someone else to buy the stalls. If we sold them again, received payment and then returned her money could we be in trouble? Most likely more than three weeks would transpire.
I would appreciate it if you would please respond to my last question. Perhaps I did not send it properly.
Also, am I allowed to spend the money that I have received?
Thanks very much.
Q: Also, am I allowed to spend the money that I have received?
A: Certainly. Of course, there could potentially be a situation in which you'd have to pay back the money (such as if you sell the stalls to another party), but that possibility does not prevent you from spending the money now.
No, I don't, thank you. Do I need to pay you or have I already??
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