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You will be liable for whatever contracts
you have actually signed. Even if they did not fully explain to you, it was your duty to read all of the documents before you signed them. So, this is going to depend on the wording of those documents you signed. In general, if they produce a note with your signature on the note, legally they can bind you to paying.
However, ITT Tech closed and is no longer in operation and is being sued for fraudulent conduct. So if you can prove to the court that the degree your son has is not being used because of the fact that the school was a scam school. If you can prove that you can seek to get the loan waived for that basis. So you need to start by contacting the student loan company and providing them proof that your son is not able to use his degree because of the scam school that has closed down and is being sued all over the US.
If they refuse to waive the loan, you will need a local consumer protection attorney and they will be able to seek to negotiate this and sue if they have to do so.
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