Sure you can. It would be hard to prove if you gave him actual cash, but if you wrote him a check you would just need to get a copy of it from your bank. Then you would have to contact the court house in the county and ask about filing a small claims case. Depending on the amount that you loaned him it may or may not be worth it. I did the same thing too an exgirlfriend of mine for 500 so it was worth it too me. Good luck.
You need to sue them in court and win.
You can sue anyone. What you need to win the lawsuit though is evidence. You have to prove to the court that the other person you loaned money to did not pay it back and you also have proof that they agreed to pay it back.
In most instances the creditor/lender must sue the borrower/debtor in the state court in the county in which the borrower resides.
it matters on what type of situation
Yes. Whether the plaintiff will prevail depends upon the existing circumstances of the relationship when the loan took place.
If you can prove you loaned to him you can take him to a small claims court.
The money was loaned to Europe so the countries could be rebuilt and to stabilize their economy
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Certainly. That is what the legal system is for.
Who loaned the money?
No. There is no such thing as "financial abuse" unless you show that he made unauthorized purchases with your money.
Yes you can sue soneone who has no money.
Go To Your County Attorney And Get A Packet To Fill A Small Claims Against Person. It Will Cost About $ 16.00. If You Win Your Case, You Can Charge Interest On Money Loaned. And Your Filing Fees Good Luck
In most cases unless the contract specifies what court has jurisdiction over the contract the location isn't important. If you could sue for the same loan if you had made it in Canada, you can probably sue in Canada.
No, you can not sue somebody for lending you money. You can sue somebody if you have lent them money and they failed to pay it back.
Verbal agreements are only understood by those who arranged the agreement, so theoretically the other party (the boyfriend) can lie about the arrangement, stating that the money was a gift. I wouldn't suggest loaning money to anyone unless there is a written agreement or if you are willing to accept the possibility that the money you lent might never be returned. Depending on the amount of money you loaned (I'm assuming under $10,000 which is tax free in the US), it may or may not be a cost effective way to getting your money back. The worst possibly scenario is that you will waste money by pursuing a lawsuit and never get your money back from the boyfriend. If you still plan to file a lawsuit, it will probably be helpful to provide your attorney with information about what the boyfriend used the money for. Here is a site that might be of value: http://moneycentral.msn.com/content/Savinganddebt/Savemoney/P84389.asp You could always threaten the boyfriend that you will confront his wife about the loan and the affair if he refuses to sit down with a mediator.
small claims court
Most developing countries use the money loaned to them from the IMF and the World Bank to stabilize their economy and to improve infrastructure.
Your only recourse is to sue them in small claims court. You will need some proof of the loan.