Is a contract signed by American citizens, while on vacation in Mexico, legally binding in the United States?
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As with most questions with such sparse information, the answer is it all depends. For instance, if you stay at a hotel and agree to pay X pesos, but you run out on your bill, the company may sue you in the states. If you rent a car in Mexico and crash it, if you agreed to be responsible for damages in the rental contact, you can be sued in the states.
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