A logical guess would be, the person can be held criminally and civily liable for the debt under British law. Entering into a financial contract w/o having intent to repay is a serious offense regardless of the country. It would not be likely the person would be pursued for legal action while in Another Country's jurisdiction. However, if any property was left behind it can be attached and sold to repay the debt. The person might be charged and taken into custody if they return to the country where the debt is owed. Another factor could be if the debt was incurred at a financial institution that is based or has affiliates in the U.S.
75% of 10000 is 75/100x 1000 = 7500. Take that off to leave 2500 which is 25% of 10000
You owe money
The bank in Australia that gave you the Australian dollar 10000 loan will file a legal complaint against your name. Your name will be blacklisted and you will be caught the moment you step into Australian soil. Also, the bank can raise a formal complaint with the Indian Embassy and ask for extradition of the offender (you) and you may be asked to come back to Australia and either repay the $10000 you borrowed or face criminal trial and be jailed for escaping the country after borrowing money from a bank.
yes as long as the loan amounts already on the house do mot exceed the houses value
then they take your car and repo it.
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they take your car
The creditor reposseses the car, and you take the bus.
If someone has a loan default statement, it means that the person who took out the loan has not met the terms of the contract, for example they have not met the payments. If this happens then the person who gave out the loan and who the debt is loaned to can take action to recover the money, for example re-possession.
u'll have 2 pat more
You should receive a check from the school for the difference after all tuition and fees are deducted from the loan.
It is a felony if you take the car across state lines and you are no longer paying on your loan.