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Organization Out-Of Business

Postby quesnel45 » Tue Feb 11, 2014 10:45 am

In California, I requested a product, settled entirely, but never obtained the product. The organization went of business, but offers another item within the same area under another business title. Their is just a single-owner of both companyis. I do not know if he went broke. The check was created for the organization. He will not pay me back. I do not know when the organization was an organization or not. Do I've the capability to consider him to small-claims court under these conditions?
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Company Out Of Business

Postby Raedburne » Wed Feb 12, 2014 6:18 pm

You?n probably need certainly to prosecute where the company works, not where you reside. Before you sue, you have to do some study to discover what type of company this was--LLC, corporation, partnership, sole-proprietorship, etc. When the company was a restricted liability entity just like a LLC or perhaps a corporation and your contract was with that entity, then you usually may sue just the entity for your violation of contract, not the dog owner. In that situation, when the company is going of business and has no belongings, suing the company would you do no good until there are conditions that would permit you under state-law togo after the dog owner personally or after another business that he works, and that's not simple to do (and frequently not anything you?n do in small-claims judge.) If it had been a sole-proprietorship, about the other-hand, the dog owner is personally responsible for the breach-of-contract and you can prosecute him for your problems. If it was a partnership, it'll rely on what type of partnership it was.
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Company Out Of Business

Postby rolfe16 » Sun Mar 30, 2014 4:17 am

Laymans consider:Positive however, you could need to straighten out just how to assist him in the best legislation and verify the real legal position of the "organization" and lots of additional actions. Difficult if you're crossing state lines etc.Lots of people employ incorrect titles for business reasons...so usually you need certainly to identify every possible deviation being a defendant. And if he got my cash I would also consider if which was some type of theft by fraud or transformation and even if he employed US email to perform this type of fraud.For little amounts you've lots of research in front of you as well as real selection issues even if you win.
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