Cross state personal loan

Discussion in 'Debt and Bankruptcy Law Forum' started by B.dyer, 5 July 2018.

  1. B.dyer

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    Hi. I loaned someone a 5 digit amount and we had a falling out. I have texts confirming the amount, and stating she acknowledges that it is in fact a loan and not a gift but no payment plan or time frame for the money to be repaid.

    Will the texts with the amount, acknowledgement it's a loan and her saying she will pay it back be sufficient for any sort of legal action if she decides to refuse to pay?

    My friend is in Victoria and I am in Western Australia.

    No need for any comments like 'You idiot' please.
     
  2. Rob Legat - SBPL

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    Probably yes. But as you can also ready see, getting them to pay is going to be the difficult part.
     
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  3. B.dyer

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    Okay good.

    Yeah. Another bridge to cross I suppose.
     
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