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signed a contract less money in back can still take to court

signed a contract less money in back can still take to court

Postby tin » Tue Jul 21, 2015 10:52 pm

If you have signed a contract, and you can see that they are not going to contract, and say they are going to pay you less than what was said, if they send this money and it goes in my bank account, can I still take them to court, and dispute the amount of money they should have given me and why they broke contract?
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Re: signed a contract less money in back can still take to c

Postby atticus » Wed Jul 22, 2015 5:34 am

Possibly you can, but your post lacks clarity.

You say that you have signed the contract. Has the other party signed it? It is unclear whether the contract - or is it a new contract- has been created.
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Re: signed a contract less money in back can still take to c

Postby dls » Thu Jul 23, 2015 10:01 am

Tin,

Your post allows several possibilities giving different answers.

The question in law is whether a contract was created.
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