The company, whether it's a corporation or a LLC, needs to authorize certain people to sign checks. If it's a corporation, it would do it by a resolution of the board of directors. A copy of this authorization should be given to the bank.
Long story short stumbled across document in public records where person who signed my bail bond signed using my last name and we were never married.Identity like situations are/have occurred so makes me wonder?Did bondsman copy id (which would have been faked or whatever) or what?
Do I correctly assume that you do know the person who used your last name? It's hard to guess what sort of ID that the bondsman required; probably not a good idea to ask unless you want your bond to be cancelled.
Was the data work-related, or was it you personal information? If it's personal, does your employer allow such data to be stored on work computers? And finally, is the data commercially valuable, or simply something you consider private and perhaps embarrassing?
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... View More
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.
Found out landlord plead guilty to fraud and owes back $3.4 million. Do we keep paying rent? It's my understanding he now has to forfeit the house. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that he also no longer has our deposit....
Yes, you continue to pay rent until you are officially notified that the premises are no longer his. He is required to take certain measures to safeguard the deposit, but he may very well not have done so.
The last communication between me and the realtor was when I told her we cant afford to buy two houses one for er and the one we wnted. At this point she promised us 30,000.00 from the commissions if we help her get this house. I wanted no part of the deal nothing the realtor promised my wife... View More
It sounds like to me you need to consult with a litigation attorney asap. If the realtor borrower money from you and made then promises to pay you back later then you need an attorney to look into the whole situation.
I was a Victim of a Bank or Business Scam, I do not know the type of lawyer to get. The bank wants me to pay back 12k - I think they should have a fraud division to file this to some insurance company, I need an Lawyer to stop the Bank from Damaging my credit and file for insurance for... View More
You need to sue. Get an attorney to file a civil action against her and then see what can be done. You have to have a final judgment before you can levy upon something. Get to an attorney asap, you cannot just go to the courthouse and file a motion.
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