So, just to make sure I understand a person can have a dissolved corp. and still enter into contracts? I guess I dont understand it's like when I drive and have a license and Its suspended or revoked by the state I can't drive a motor vehicle but he has a entity that has been revoked by the state be still can do business and enters into contracts and that perfectly legal. That's not fraud and the contract is still forcible?
I believe you may be correct. As I stated before, commercial transactions are very complicated from a documentation stand point, but when you throw fraud and what appears to be an active campaigned to harm your business and steal from you, it becomes even more complex. Please, do yourself a favor, and hire a business/transactional attorney to review this matter in detail so that your business interest and investment are protected before your business ans reputation are irreparably harmed by this individual.
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