on the surface which is what I am at pains to let you know
you didn't even want to see the agreement in the first instance with my ex fiancee or even if the back ground was relevant.
you may be right but I find it hard to believe that any court will just agree to an assignor out of the blue asking me for repayment of a debt that is not his ( he probably paid 10% 3k ) for the full amount
31.440k and asking the court to force me to sell my house.
repayment is reasonable I agreed to repay re the conditons I have outlined and they were readily agreed to . If anybody's hand was forced it was mine
as I mentioned this is not a straightforward " you were loaned 31.4 k and I agreed to pay up regardless
that is why I had a contract with my ex which incidently was only agreed to in order to get rid of the abuse why does that contract become null and void just because a third (univited and not agreed by me) party is involved.
would you mind if we continued tomorrow or is that not part of the 'deal' ?
If I were a judge I would
look at the whole scenario and you did not even want me to download the letter of agreement
How can you make an assessment without seeing that ?
I really hope the law is not an ass
I say this with respect I also realise one gets what one pays for
Does your contract with the site determine that also ?