Can a school withhold my financial aid or Student loan money from me illegally if I have not agreed or signed any papers to withhold any funds? 11 Answers as of April 11, 2013
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Mark A. Manning, PC.
| Mark A. Manning
It depends upon the nature of your agreement with the College. If the money is discretionary and you have breached a portion of the agreement, then yes. If not, then they may be forced to pay.
Answer Applies to: Michigan
Paul Whitfield and Associates P.A.
| Paul L. Whitfield
You did not say what the facts are. If you owe the school I suppose the school could offset anything you owe it. If that is the case what is your gripe?
Answer Applies to: North Carolina
Timothy J. Thill P.C.
| Timothy J. Thill
This is not a question for this forum. This is a matter to discuss with an attorney who is familiar with this type of civil action.
Answer Applies to: Illinois
Andrew T. Velonis, P.C.
| Andrew Velonis
There has to be more to it than this. You use the word "illegally" as a conclusion within a question. Try starting from the beginning and explain what is going on.
Answer Applies to: New York
Gates' Law, PLLC
| Thomas E. Gates
Yes, they can without the funds. They are acting as the agent of the party issuing the funds.
Answer Applies to: Washington
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