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2005-09-22 14:55:23
2005-09-22 14:55:23

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.

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