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The first thing you have to do is you have to send a letter to the claims administrator where you received the check and you need to explain your situation and they issued you payment for the wrong amount based on the fact that your home was actually taken and include proof that the house was actually taken. Tell them they have 30 days to correct the matter or contact you to correct the matter and if they fail to do so, your next step is filing suit for breach of contract against them, since settlement agreements are handled as binding contracts. You would have to take them back to court to make you pay the same amount and also for attorney's fees for their willful failure to pay the proper amount.
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