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No, when the parent cosigned the loan, they agreed to pay what the child couldn't. * Yes, the contract that was cosigned was between the borrower's and the lender. A cosigner has the legal right to file suit against a primary borrower for financial damages incurred due to the primary borrower defaulting on the contract.

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Q: If a child defaults on a student loan co-signed by a parent can the parent sue the child to recover the amount they are forced to pay?
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