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Q: is a training repayment agreement enforceable if one does not attend the training?

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: In the United States, a training repayment agreement is typically enforceable if both parties have voluntarily entered into a legally binding contract. If you sign such an agreement and fail to attend the training or fulfill the terms and conditions outlined in the contract, you may be subject to legal consequences, including potential financial penalties or repayment obligations.

It's essential to carefully review the terms of any training repayment agreement before signing it. These agreements typically outline the obligations of both parties, including the training provider and the trainee. If you have concerns about fulfilling the terms of the agreement or need to discuss your situation, consider seeking legal advice from an attorney who can help you navigate your specific circumstances and explore potential options or negotiations with the other party. It's important to address any concerns or questions you have regarding the enforceability of the agreement promptly to avoid potential legal consequences.

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