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Business, 12.11.2019 05:31, zarek93

John owes kathleen​ $5,000. in​ january, kathleen assigns her right to collect the money to jennifer. in​ march, kathleen assigns her right to collect the money to maxwell. maxwell notifies john of the assignment and requests all payments to be made to him. under the american rule​ (new york​ rule), who has the legal right to the​ money?

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