<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face=" Arial, Verdana, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by ljl18758:
My daughter signed a contract to live in a sorrority house at the college she was attending. She has since left the college and is not attending classes there. Is she still liable to pay for a room in the sorrority house even though she doesn't attend college there anymore? We live in Georgia.
[This message has been edited by ljl18758 (edited August 29, 2000).]<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
You go out and buy a car. You have a 4 year finance contract, and you sign the contract. Two weeks later you sell the car. Do you still owe money for the car? Of course you do.
All because your daughter no longer maintains dominion over, or resides at, the sorrority house, doesn't mean she's excused from a legally binding contract.
Let me guess. She's being sued, or there's a threat of a lawsuit.
What does a contract mean to you?
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