The name of the person signing the check must be obtained on company checks. The letter must be sent certified, return receipt requested and must give the writer 10 days from the date of their signature on the certified return receipt to pay in full directly to you. Either the signed receipt from the certified letter or the correspondence (unopened) marked refused or unclaimed will be returned to you by the post office. Once the certified mail process has been completed, the following documentation must be forwarded to the Grant Parish District Attorney's Office, Worthless Check Section, Post Office Box 309, Colfax, La. Once a complaint has been filed with this office, you may not accept payment directly from the check issuer.
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The act would also provide educational institutions with a statutory right of action against an athlete agent or former student athlete (several, but not joint, liability) for damages, including losses and expenses incurred as a result of the educational institution being penalized, disqualified, or suspended from participation by an athletics association or conference, or as a result of reasonable self-imposed disciplinary actions taken to mitigate sanctions, as well as associated party costs and reasonable attorney Finally, the act prohibits athlete agents from providing materially false or misleading information or making a materially false promise or representation with the intent of inducing a student athlete to enter into an agency contract, or from furnishing anything of value to a student athlete or another person before that athlete enters into an agency contract.