Hire a good attorney and don't pay them with a check.
x9.37 defines check rejection reasons a-j, and in the case of "bouncing", this is "insufficient funds". (And then the item is called a "return item"). Today, with the advancement of "check truncation", aka, check-21, it is possible that you will not leave a teller or a place of business before they know the check got rejected. (of course, if you mail it, then it will come back to you).
Lawyers defend the the person that payed them and if you win their case you win like 50,000 bucks Example: Someone has a case that her husband abused her she would give you evidence and you will defend her case and her husband will obviously have its own lawyer 2 to defend his side and if you approve that he abused hr then thats where u get payed by the judge ... i think
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