What is the name of a person who owes others money?
The debtor. customer, client, payor.
A person who owes something to others is called as debtor or a person who owes money or money's worth to others. By- Nalini & Raje
A person who owes money is a debtor. To owe money means that you must pay someone else.
The Estate owes you the money
Yes, you can sue a person from another state if that person owes you money. Access your local small claims court to file the lawsuit.
A debtor is someone who owes you money. A creditor is the person that lent the money.
talk to the police
A high credit risk is a person who owes a lot of money already or does not have a steady income. A low risk person owes little to no money and has a good, solid income.
Prevent all injuries to others
If someone owes you money but they accidentally paid someone else, then that person still owes you that money. You shouldn't have to do anything about it, since it was not your mistake. The person who made this incorrect payment is free to either ask the person or business entity whom he mistakenly paid to return the money to him, or he can see if the bank would be willing to reverse the transaction.
The general term is debtor, as in debtor nation.
the insured person will get screwed over on grounds of delaying the transfer of money to the IRS
No. A lien is issued by a court after it has determined that someone owes you money.
No, of course not. If you don't have no proof what will be the point. Its just like saying your cat pee on my shoe when it was just water. It doesn't make any sense.
Account payable is a record of money your company owes to another company/person. Account receivable is a record of money owed to your company by another company/person.
i would ask anyday cause money is money, but if that person is religous, and if you have a good soul, wait till monday
The person with their name on the title legally owns the car. Bottom line.
Yes, you can sue anyone who owes you money
Since the tooth fairy owes you money talk to you mom and dad about it and ask why that is.
The general term is "debtor" for someone who owes a debt. Other near-synonyms include borrower (which is someone who owes money which he has taken by way of a loan, not as a result of a purchase, fine, legal judgment or other financial obligation) and mortgagor (which is a borrower who has secured his or her debt with a mortgage, normally against land).
use fancy words and accusations and address it to the Civil Court, (insert city, street name, and counry here, blah blah blah)
I wish your name could be taken off in a year. As long as that person owes money on the contract you are stuck to that contract like white on rice. I'm in the same sinking ship as you.
Just take him to small claims court, but be ready to prove he owes the money.
The company that owes you the money.
A person can lose everything he or she owns when creditors move in to collect what they are owed. A person might have to go through bankruptcy.
Can you borrow funds against money owed to you that is secured by a life insurance policy on the life of the person who owes you the money?
Absolutely not, you can only make a legitimate loan through a bank
It depends on what you are trying to do. If the grantor owes you money, you would sue him and his power of attorney would have to represent him.
A debtor is someone who owes money to you.
A debtor owes money.
Depending on how much money this person owes you. If it is a small amount, i believe, up to $8,000 or so, you can file a claim in small claims court. If the amount is much more then you might have to hire an attorney and go from there. You win and you get your money, and they will have to pay the cost of everything. You will have to rise the amount this person… Read More
In California if a buyer still owes you half the money for your vehicle and gets it impounded for no license or insurance can you repossess it?
Is the registration still in your name or the buyers? If it is in your name you still own the car. Just take this person to small claims court and get your money or car that way. Make sure you have all the paper work to prove your case.
If only the cosigners name address SSN and signature on all the pink slip and all the other papers who owns the car and owes the money?
Whom ever signed the CONTRACT is the one(s) who owes the money. Pink slip doesnt count when it comes time to pay.
The economic Reality Test is a test used by courts to further determine between an employee and an independent contractor. They use this mainly to determine if payroll taxes should have been paid on a person working for a business. If the contractor end up being classified as an employee, the business owes payroll taxes on the money paid to that person. If the person is determined to be an independent contractor, then the person… Read More
You bought a car for a friend that signed a pmt agreement You repossessed the car from the individual for non-payment The individual got a payday loan against the title Who owes that money?
Who ever signed the pay day loan contract owes the money. You bought the car for the friend so the title should have your name on it until such time as you have been paid for the car and you sign over the title to the person buying it from you.
3 persons have a share in a business one has more shares than the othe but the business owns the name so if the business folds who is responsible for over draft payments and the name of the company if?
It depends on the type of company it is. If it is a partnership then it will be decided how much money each person pays by the percentage of shares each person owns. If it is a public limited company then no one owes the bank any money.
A debtor owes someone else money. A creditor is owed money from someone else. So, a debtor owes a creditor. Or, a creditor is owed by a debtor.
What if your wife mother past away but her father owes a lot of money in child support How can your wife get this money that her father owes to her mother By the way he is about to get a lot of money?
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The way to get a lien is to take the person who owes you money to court. When you win your case, the court system will place the lien for you.
Account payable is an account that is a Liability (current). When a person or company owes another company money on account, that is an account payable.
Debt is an amount of money that has been borrowed and is supposed to be repaid (metaphorically, the term is also sometimes used to refer to other obligations; you saved my life, therefore I owe you a debt of gratitude). A debtor is a person who owes a debt. The person to whom the debtor owes a debt is a lender.
You haven't explained the reason the broker owes you money. Generally a person must sue the party who owes them money. If successful the court will issue a judgment lien that can be served on the debtor and recorded in the land records. It can be used by the sheriff to seize any property to satisfy the lien.
You can sue them in court.
The national debt.
whoever she owes the money too gets the car whoever she owes the money too gets the car
If either Federal or state income taxes were not filed in the past here, the IRS and state treasury officials should be notified. Perhaps they were no filed due to illness. Explain the circumstances of the situation and be prepared to pay a fine plus interest if an amount is owed. If the IRS owes a person money it's allot better than if a person owes the government money.
Many countries owe money to the US, most notably countries in the European Union. However, the US owes even more money to most of these countries (including others), so it truly just cancels out.
Of course. Your "credit" score will be lowered if you become a debtor who doesn't pay your debts. Your credit score is based on your behavior as a person who owes money. If you don't make your payments on time you are a poor credit risk. Of course. Your "credit" score will be lowered if you become a debtor who doesn't pay your debts. Your credit score is based on your behavior as a person… Read More
A creditor is a person or organization to whom one owes money. A secured party creditor is one who has a lien on tangible property, such as a car or house, until the money is paid back.
A person who invests money in order to make a profit is an investor. A creditor is lender of the funds, to whom someone owes a loan.
That's' my hoe! Have you found her? She owes me my money!