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Stoppayment on check knowingly

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1 Stoppayment on check knowingly on Wed Dec 18, 2013 2:07 pm

Flymale


Arresto Menor
Hello,

I'm a landlord who had a contract with tenant. The contract has the tenant name on it, but the post dated checks for rent were given to me from a company that the tenant claimed he is employed at.

He pre-terminated the contract without prior notice and now the company is stopping the checks. The tenant has gone to Singapore to work there. Upon contacting the company, they say that the company and tenant had a consulting contract which has ended so they are no longer supposed to pay the check.

They have also shown me that the tenant was officially not connected to the company starting 1 July by way of official documentation. Also my tenant (their consultant) was never on company payroll. They paid him from their Singapore company to his Singapore company. My check bounced starting September 1.

Is there anything I can do? I can let it go and look for another tenant but I don't want to.
Thank you

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2 Re: Stoppayment on check knowingly on Thu Dec 19, 2013 1:15 pm

Flymale


Arresto Menor
So basically, before he left, his contract terminated - he gave a waiver to the company that it is not liable for anything on his behalf anymore and he left the country. The worst thing is the check signined by the issuer is not in the country either apparently!

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3 Re: Stoppayment on check knowingly on Mon Jan 06, 2014 11:42 pm

Flymale


Arresto Menor
Hello??

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