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Old 02-13-2013, 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Crimson Lawn View Post
Get all your documents, sworn statements and invoices with all of yours and their letters and file or put a lein on their assests for the amount owed plus intrest. It may take a while but it will pay off. They cannot do(depending on the state laws) certain types of business transactions til that lein is satisfied.
Plus they will get a notice that you have placed a lein on them and I bet, unless they are going bankrupt, they will pay up.
Ditto if it can be done. Lawyer should be able to find out.
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