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Answered 18 hours ago by R. Sam Price
This might depend on your case. Contact an attorney for a full consultation.
Answered 1 day ago by Michael D. Siegel
To answer your question directly, you can sue. Contracts have a six year statute. But, it sounds like he might be getting ready to sue you if he did not cash the check.
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