Some of the higher interest rate lenders do require the installation of a GPS so they can repo the car if payments are not made. But, that needs to be in the contract. In Georgia, you can agree to just about anything provided it does not violate public policy. That said, however, if the contract does not require the GPS then they cannot force you to comply with that demand.
You need a lawyer and quickly. Whether certain requirements exist to do the revocation will be dictated by law and the contract of employment itself. this is not something that can be answered quickly on the internet
There are a lot of issues that might cause a parent to want to sue APS. Most of those issues are not actually suitable for a class action. A class action is one in which you seek to represent all similarly situated parents in a matter that shares facts and law such that you proving your claims should bind the school and the absent class members. This is a very high hurdle. Please feel free to give me a call or shoot me an email with more information. I would also be happy to direct you to...
I agree with the other respondent, but even at its present stage this may be a violation of the Deceptive Trade Practices Act. But, unless and until you suffer some damages, a lawsuit is not worth the effort. You may, however, consider reporting this to the credit reporting companies as a possible scam. You want them on high alert in case you start accumulating ID theft issues.
Go "Amend" the answer and add the business. This assumes, however, that the case is in magistrate court and you can represent the business. In Georgia, corporations must have lawyers in state and superior court.
Look at the contract. Be 100% sure the payment is incorrect. Next, look at the small print. Find the venue clause. If it exists, it will say you can sue in a certain place, such as Michigan, or Georgia. Once you figure out where you can sue, contact a lawyer in that location to help you. When you do a search (assuming you are doing an internet search) look for pension and ERISA lawyers.
In Georgia you generally need to file an action to be able to issue a subpoena. Try Accurint or one of the other services that help you track down people. That will be simpler and cheaper than filing a lawsuit as the first step.
There should not be an additional form nor can they force you to sign something else. Nevertheless, tell them to send you the form and if it requires nothing other than a confirmation. Of the cancellation, there will be no harm. It may be that you failed to date the form or some other minor issue not worth fighting about.
The type of service you intend to provide seems right in line with what the non compete seeks to prevent. Go speak to a lawyer about this issue, but I suspect that you may not do what you intend without violating the non compete.
Assuming it is a person and not a corporation (which slightly changes the answer), if you think they have any bank accounts in major banks, serve garnishments on the Georgia branches of those banks. That will grab whatever money he/she has in those banks. You can send post-judgment discovery as well. Ultimately, you may be able to hire a lawyer in SC to domesticate the judgment, which turns it into a judgment of that state, and proceed in SC as necessary.
All of that said, the amount may...