Not everybody can write a legal sounding letter, and if the letter doesn't sound legal enough, a landlord who issues a rubber check may junk it easily. .. that's my 2 cents ..x9200 wrote: Yes, I know how the SCT works and have not seen any problems like this so far. And the lawyers are discouraged to attend SCT hearings. Yet another point, why do you think she needs a demand letter from a lawyer if she asks about its content in her post? Frankly, I simply don't get why some people try to discourage other people to do the right thing pointing out to nonexistent problems and mudding the whole situation.
Yah, may work as you say .. !!!x9200 wrote:LL owns her some money. Letter sent by herself followed by $20 investment to open a case in SCT if ineffective. Probably 80% chance she will get the deposit after the letter.
it becomes a criminal case, also, in the scenario where the person issues a check, and closes the account, if i remember correctly. then it is a cheating casex9200 wrote:OSOD: IMHO it's not criminal unless this was the intent and intents are very difficult to prove. I.e. criminal would be if he issued 100 of such cheques to pay for something and it was clear they would have no coverage.
Nope, I am not a legal eagle as well