I am sorry to hear this;
yes, a business can sue, based on "breach of contract" if a person fails to pay on the down payment as promised. Basically, the damages requested is the outstanding amount of the deposit, plus any interest allowed for in the contract, plus legal fees or court costs.
Each defendant would require a separate case, and the amount for each case is limited to $5,000.
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If the facts are similar, you may wish to hire an attorney to prepare the paperwork, and then just insert the relevant names for each case.
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