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Can a demand for payment be done by email?
Yes. Is it legally binding? No. But I'm sure the person who is demanding the payment will likely find the appropriate channel necessary to collect payment eventually, so pay up.
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Go to your local courthouse and ask the Clerk of Courts if they offer a package containing instructions and the necessary forms required to initiate legal action to obtain pay…ment of a promissory note. If not then ask them what is the proper protocol that you should follow for your area to demand payment. One of the first steps in the package should be written notification to the promiser that you intend to take legal action after a certain period (established by your local laws) if the promiser fails to respond or pay you. There should be a form in the package to request a hearing. There should be form in the package to file for a motion of default if the promiser fails to respond after a certain period or does not show up for the hearing. And a form to file for a motion for dismissal if the promiser pays you. The Clerk of Courts should also be able to provide you with a schedule of the fees to initiate each action. The first and last step to demand payment of a promissory note is to send the party written notice to cure within ten days, unless the terms of the note call for a different time period. Do it by certified letter or other method of proof of delivery. Generally speaking, one is not entitled to file a lawsuit ( a summons and complaint) at the courthouse until you have provided the written notice and can prove it. If you do not get satisfaction within the ten days, then you can file a summons & complaint with the court. The clerk of court will give you the basic summons and complaint form if you want to sue in small claims court which limits the amount you can collect within the jurisdiction of that court. The person answering above is assuming that your amount owed is small and comes within the limits of a small claims court. The limits vary from State to State, but generally range from $2,000 to $10,000 for small claims courts. You will not get any forms or get any legal help from the clerk if you are filing in regular term court (non small claims courts) because it is against the law for them to offer you legal advice. You may sue (file a summons & complaint) in a State jurisdiction where you reside, where the promising resides, or where the contract was executed and performed. So, you may have to go to the state court where the defendant resides, depending upon the circumstances. If more than one State is involved and the amount is more than $50,000 then you may sue in a Federal Court. But, all this goes beyond your question. It is against the law for the court to offer you legal advice. It is not against the law for the court to offer forms for sale with examples of how to fill them out no matter which court they are used in. You will get these forms with non binding examples how to fill them out in my area. Demand is simple but important, but none of you seems to understand it. In a true commercial context, you demand payment on a note by going to YOUR bank and having them put the item through for collection. If it's not paid, the bank will "protest" the item (make a formal demand for payment to a notary public at the bank) and then you can turn it over to counsel to file suit for collection. In an non-commercial context, you go to Tim and say "Tim, pay me on this IOU/whatever." Or you send Tim a note that says that payment is due.
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It is an amount consumers are willing and able to purchase at a given price.
They cannot. They cannot come to your house period. They cannot even call you after 9pm or before 8am. Research the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). This federal la…w tells you what collectors can and cannot do. You can find it online at FTC.gov. Payday loans are civil matters. The most they could legally do is sue you for default. Many states have made payday loans illegal. Check with your state attorney general or financial regulator for more state specific info. These collectors are often full of threats that are illegal to make. A good consumer rights attorney could possibly help you, as you may very well be entitled to sue the collectors for violating the FDCPA.
That he were to marry her and call her his wife
No, Accounts receivable are amounts due from customers for credit sales
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You get his e-mail address, then email him
Answer . Its the bit when you part with your money.
Provided a national military to protect them. Paved roads and built schools for them. I'm assuming the French Canadians have the same necessities as every other group of peopl…e.
To stop demand draft is difficult. A payee can only issue a complaint if draft is lost or destroyed. The issuer bank can then submit a lost or stop payment against the dra…ft and will often re-issue a new one.
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You have purchased a demand draft in India and has already delivered it to payee suspects fraud and want to stop payment the demand draft is it possible in India?
Answer Technically it should be possible as the amount has to be cleared by the issuing bank. But in India things work differently, especially with public sector… banks. It could also depend on the amount size, if it is a big amount, banks have an interest in cancelling and putting that amount in pending.
When your car is repossessed will the finance company generally allow you to make payment arrangements on the deficiency or demand payment in full?
make payment arrangements on the deficiency???? IF you mean the amount you're in DEFAULT on, NO If you mean the amount due AFTER they sell it, USUALLY NOT. Why?? You couldn't …pay notes on a car you could drive, so why would they think you will pay on a car you DONT HAVE??? NO lender WANTS to repo a car, they just want the money. So when they have to repo a car, they will go after the money very seriously. Nothing personal, its only money...
Get payments where and whatfor? If you want to get payments as a private person they can just wire transfer the money, if you want to sell something on the internet you can …either do the same or look around for other payment options (like credit card - very common, paysafecard - very safe and also very common etc.). I suggest asking another question with more details so you can get a better answer.