Can someone sue you for money that you owe theme did not give you no time to pay back?
Probably. A reasonable person would expect a loan to be paid back within six months or a year.
Whether or not you can get back pay for taking care of someone depends. Were you hired to do it or did you volunteer? If you were hired what was your agreement with your employer? Even if you volunteered to take care of someone you may be able to get back pay if you can negotiate it so that the person who would be paying feels they want to give you money for your past…
If someone gives you money, it's yours (well, assuming it was theirs to give away in the first place; if someone robs a bank and gives you half, this argument is not going to get you very far in avoiding charges of being an accessory after the fact unless you didn't know and had no reason to suspect that anything less than legal was going on ... even then, you're going to have to return…
you help someone in a town that i dont know turn him back into a human and he will give you the tickets you help someone in a town that i dont know turn him back into a human and he will give you the tickets you help someone in a town that i dont know turn him back into a human and he will give you the tickets
If you are selling a car to someone and they have an agreement with you and then they stop making payments toward the car do you have to give them all of there money back that they have put towards it?
If you had a written agreement that they would pay you "X" amount of $$ per specified (time period) then they are still liable to make the payments. You should not give them a refund of the money ... they defaulted on a written promise to pay ... they are out the $$ ... you get to keep the car and the money.