yes it was dissolved, by its members because it was registered with the state of California inorder to use its name to file a law suit that had no merit and no basis in law, and the court later ruled that it had no merit and no basis in law. After this ruling it was dissolved by its members.
During the trial the LLC being the plaintiff created a settlement agreement that had a arbitration clause that stipulated if there was a disagreement it would be settled by the arbitrator that the LLC had handpicked. The majority of the members voted to desolive the LLC, but a non member who filed the original organization documents to start the organization process but never completed them, wanted to keep the LLC reinstated so he had the arbitrator sign a document to reinstate the cancelled LLC. and there was also a letter from the arbitrator asking to have a 2% interest in the assets of the LLC that he ordered to have reinstated.
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What does the statement mean “Fruit of the poison tree” mean?
A Title Company told me that a Grant Deed was recorded in the Los Angeles County Recorder’s Office that was defective, and did convey the title out of my name to the grantee. Because the name of the grantor was not the name the grantor received title to the property in.
This was a attempted thief of my property that failed to convey the property out of my name. Thank God.
However the thieves thought the property did transfer out of my name into the thieves name, and the thieves attempted to sale the property they did not own, they opened a escrow with the buyer and while in escrow they all found out that the thieves deed was defective and did not convey the title into the sellers names.
Question: Does the buyer have standing to sue the bogus seller for Quit Title to the property that the seller did not own, and has not ever own any interest in my property. Please cite the law on this issue
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