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my friend invested 55,000 in a bar and grill, in Illinois ,

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my friend invested 55,000 in a bar and grill, in Illinois , she didn't have anyone look at the contract , the purchase price was to be about 550,000 ,giving her a 10 percent interest, now the crooks closed and are operation ,but she hasn't been allowed in the place or seen any paper work or been issued any stock .
Illinois liquor law states anyone with 5 percent or more must be on licenses .
Should i go to Illinois liquor commission , States attorney or heir a attorney
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Richard - Bizlaw replied 4 years ago.

bizlaw :

I recommend hiring a lawyer because he can review the entire situation and look into all the options available. This should be done immediately as action needs to be taken promptly to protect her interest.

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