Maybe, but first you'll probably have to file a case against this
"friend" and secure an enforceable judgment against him for the amount of your claim.
HOW DO I DO THAT????
Answered on: 5/09/11, 5:17 pm by Michael E. Hendrickson
Go to the clerk's office of your local general district court and tell
them you want to file a warrant in debt. If it's for $5K or less you can
do it in their small claims court; if more than that and up to $15K, you will
do it in their regular general district court.
The clerks will have all the paperwork there in their office for you
to fill out necessary to file and establish your case. And, bring your checkbook along to pay the filing fee which should be around $50 or so for the small claims court.
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