Orlando, FL asked in Consumer Law, Contracts, Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for Florida

Q: finding discoveries of fraud eight to ten years after commission by concealment, undeniable proof, have we got a Case?

Discovered Defendants did not have required State Licenses with three Departments of State to transact any business, and Defendants failed to complete the Fictitious Name Act registering with Division of Corporations, these for a basis, with egregious violations of FL law and Federal. Have proof of searches of Defendants with "0" results of compliance. Because of aforementioned acts, Defendants violated s. 817.014 Theft, Grand theft of over $100,000. Because of acts our damages exceed $250,000, we are the Plaintiffs.

1 Lawyer Answer
Andy Wayne Williamson
Andy Wayne Williamson
  • Santa Rosa Beach, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: What you describe is too complicated to evaluate via this free legal question and answer site. You truly need to consult with a civil litigation attorney in your area to get a full and complete evaluation.

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