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2- How to use TimsLaw.com
3- FAQ - Job Law Q & A
4- Fired Employee Rights
5- Deciding what to do - Suing, etc
6- Missouri Service Letter 290.140
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Please also see my Contracts article.
Unpaid commissions can be common law or statutory law. In the common law, if a person owes you commissions, then you have a breach of contact action to collect them. If the amount is small, you can file a small claims court case.
Sometimes the statutes will provide some help.
Here is the key statutory law of unpaid commissions in Missouri: RSMo 407.912
AND you might win some extra damages, and attorney fees (or have to pay the winner’s attorney fees): RSMo 407.913
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