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May 8

Written by: Nicole Thibault
5/8/2009 3:34 PM

In Texas, a suit on a sworn account typically involves a business suing a customer who purchased goods and services on a revolving credit account. Typically, this process begins when a customer fails to pay invoices. The aggrieved business will send a demand letter to its customer, with a thirty day notice to pay the invoices. If the customer fails to make arrangements, then the business may file suit on a sworn account. In this action, the business will attach an affidavit to the lawsuit verifying the amount due and owing. The defendant customer then has to file a sworn denial on the account, or face losing the suit. Contact Us if you need help with one of these suits.


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