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  • Delaware law re: recouping overpayment

    Can anyone tell me what methods an employer can use to recoup overpayment from an employee who has resigned? A family member resiged a from a corporation nearly two months ago and received her final paycheck. It included payout for unused sick/vacation time, which the company incorrectly calculated. What is the former employee's obligation to repay if she was unaware of the error and spent the money? Thank for your assistance.

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    Well, the employer might file a lawsuit to get it back if it isn't paid back voluntarily.
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