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POLL: Would You File Claim with the Estate?


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Personal logo TheWarStoreMan Sponsoring Member of TMP Inactive Member writes:

Hey Justin how about

Would you pursue the relatives of a person who had just died, for goods/money that he owed you if you were a boorish colonial?

Or

Would you pursue the relatives of a person who had just died, for goods/money that he owed you if you were a true Englishman?

Isn't that also part of your point? Wouldnt want to put up a 'bad show' after all.

Neal
Ugly American who knows what probate and executors are for.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
would file a claim
184
39%
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would forgive the debt
26
5%
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would forgive debt if minor
186
39%
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depends on the company
67
14%
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no opinion
12
3%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Imagine that you've placed a mail order with a small game company. Unexpectedly, the proprietor of the company dies. You've made the payment, but you haven't received the goods.

Now, you learn that a family member is accepting claims against the estate of the deceased. Would you file a claim?

would file a claim

I would file a claim to receive the goods that have been paid for, or a full refund.

would forgive the debt

I would forgive the debt - no need to trouble the family at this time.

would forgive debt if minor

I would forgive the debt, as long as it wasn't a lot of money.

depends on the company

I might forgive the debt, but it would depend on my previous relationship with the company.

no opinion

I have no opinion.