My company would like to know if there is a legal form that a potential candidate can sign when we are paying for there flight and hotel and then they decide to not show and we are stuck with the bill.
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The short answer is yes, you can.
I signed one for a company I interviewed with way back in the day. Its actually a reasonable thing to do from the companies perspective.
This will be dependent on local laws though, my experience is based in the USA. Speak to a lawyer for more specifics as to how to word the document.