responsibilty as an authorized signer on a checking account
I signed a check as an authorized signer for the company I worked for. The company is no longer in business (it was an LLC).
The check in question bounced and I am now being personally sued. Am I responsible for the bounced check or should the fault lie on the owners of the company? I worked in accounts payable.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: responsibilty as an authorized signer on a checking account
Was company in business when check was written?
How much was check for?
Were you aware of balance in account when check was written?
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