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1 Breach of Contract on Sun Jul 01, 2018 11:06 am

JaysonMagayon


Arresto Menor
I am a small time contractor. The client is threatening to sue because I was not able to complete the job within the time frame stipulated in our contract. What case can they file against me? There was a tike when the construction was stopped for like 2 weeks because I got bankcrupt then I resumed when I was already able to get funds. Since I stopped the construction work, the client refused to pay me. They still have a balance of p30,000 which until now they are refusing to pay. When I ask them why, they tell me its because the job got delayed. Is this even fair? Can they sue me even if they still owe me money? I am tired of their threats. I am still doing all due diligence to finish the job I committed to but they are stressing me with their threats. Hope you can help me. Thank you.

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2 Aeon Credit on Tue Jul 03, 2018 6:22 pm

mhadel villanueva


Arresto Menor
Good day may nareceive po ako tawag regarding sa aeon credit po may kinuha po akong item na until now is di ko padin po nababayadan ngayon po tinatakot po nila ako na maaring ilapit nadaw po ito sa NBI at police .At may warrant of arrest nadaw po kaya ako ano po bang maaring gawin ko ? salamat po.

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3 Re: Breach of Contract on Wed Jul 11, 2018 10:54 am

arnoldventura


Reclusion Perpetua
@Jayson Magayon

If you have not yet completely performed your obligation based on your contract, then you cannot claim that they still owe you something. But if you already did what you have to do, then you have to be paid, subject to the penalty charges that you may have stipulated in your contract. Take a look again at your contract, so that you will be able to determine whether there are certain agreements regarding penalties in case of delayed delivery on your part.

@mhadel villanueva

Hindi totoo yung sinasabi nilang may warrant of arrest ka na. Walang criminal case na pwedeng isampa sayo dahil lang sa hindi ka nakabayad ng pagkakautang mo. Civil case for collection lang ang pwedeng isampa laban sayo, at walang kulong yun (small claims case kung less than P200,000 ang utang, pero wala din yun kulong). https://www.alburovillanueva.com/proven-ways-debt-collection Wala din business ang pulis o NBI sa pangongolekta ng pagkakautang mo kung wala naman aspetong kriminal na pinag-uusapan.

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