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Topic: Broken promise
Posted: 11/December/2018 at 21:51
I have purchased an item for a person with a promised to be given something in return.
That person had broken the promise but still keeps the item.
Unfortunately the promise was verbal but I have physical evidence of me purchasing the item.
Is there any way I can do to get the item to be returned to me or make the other person legally liable for broken the promise?
|Quote Reply Posted: 11/December/2018 at 22:31|
See the answer in the general forum.
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