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    Default Stopping Payment After Services are Rendered

    My question involves business law in the state of: Nevada

    Is it illegal to stop payment on a check for services already rendered?

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    Default Re: Stop Payment on a Check

    Facts are important.

    This is a dispute between businesses in what industry, the nature of the dispute being what, and the contractual provisions of any agreements that relate to the dispute and payment being what?

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    Default Stop Payment on a Check

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Nevada

    Is it legal to stop payment on a check for services that were already rendered?

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    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Nevada

    Is it legal to stop payment on a check for services that were already rendered?
    This pertains to a car that was worked on that a repair bill was signed for authorizing the work and then when the work was completed they issued a check and then decided that they found something else wrong with the vehicle that wasnt part of the original fix and decided to put a stop payment on the check

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    Default Re: Stop Payment on a Check

    we had a signed work order to replace a radiator so that was done and they paid by check the next day they brought the car back saying the a/c was not working we looked at it and the a/c had oil all over it showing it was leaking so we told them that and now we received a letter stating they put a stop payment on the check for the radiator

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    Default Re: Stop Payment on a Check

    You received a work order from whom, who are "they", and the contractual provisions of any agreements that relate to the dispute and payment are what?

    This is starting to sound like an issue between you and a consumer, not a dispute between businesses.

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    I see you double posted your question. (Don't do that.)

    It's not a crime to stop payment on a check for auto repairs you believe to be defective. The repair shop can attempt to remedy the problem, negotiate some other type of resolution, or attempt to collect through whatever means it deems appropriate, be it through an in-house collections department, the use of a third party bill collector, litigation, or some other means.

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