Reply Mon 7 Dec, 2015 03:12 am
Help please understand the situation Interpleader.
There is a contract between the Seller and the Buyer. There is a third party - Payer who has paid the cost of the contract to the Seller for the Buyer on his (Buyer) behalf. Now Seller makes a discount on goods and must return part of the money paid. To bring them back to the Buyer, not the Payer, Seller offers procedure of Interpleader
How long under the laws of Canada may continue the trial?
Please tell if someone knows something.
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Reply Mon 7 Dec, 2015 07:03 am
Yes. A lawyer knows something.

You need to contact one. You are asking rather directly for legal assistance and advice, which is against this site's Terms of Service (link is at the bottom of every single page on this site).
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