My husband asked for a loan from his company. But then the paper that he signed (the promissory note), he didn't signed it in person because he was in another country. even the address that was in the promissory note was in that another country. He sent that promissory note through email. There was no witness or it wasn't even notarized.
My question is, do they have an appeal because they are threatening to garnish my husband's wages?
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Re: Promissory Note
From the facts you've outlined, it would seem rather clear that your husband received a loan from his employer which if not repaid could be enforced through whatever legal remedy might be available to the company, including the garnishment of your husband's wages. Whatever technical defects may lie with the loan paperwork or its execution should not absolve him of responsibility for paying back this loan (in my opinion).
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