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My name isXXXXX going to try and help.
Is this a TX business? What is the name of the business?
JNCEnterprises LTD’s EIN number is XXXXX
Ok, give me just a minute.
when I went into texas publich entity search I was able to find under name of:
JNC ENTERPRISES, LTD.
however he is registered as agent could not see the general manager
Well, it looks like the compnay is inactive with the secretary of state.
yah bc they are filing bankruptcy as well
so no way to see what was like before?
Still looking through thier filings.
thanks! take ur time
particularly during the time period of 1996 - 2000
bc he may change it later on right?
Sorry for the delay. The website froze on me.
Deborah Lau General Partner 2050 N. PLANO RD., #100
Richardson, TX 75082 USA
John Lau General Partner 2050 N. Plano Rd., #100
These are the listed general partners, they are the managers.
This is the certificate of limited partnership filed with the state. Both thier names are XXXXX XXXXX general partners upon creation.
so general partner and general manager then even though they just have 2.5% of the comp darn
There are no other documents filed with the state. Looks like they went inactive after a few months.
What do you mean 2.5?
inactive? but the comp just filed bankruptcy feb 2011
Sorry about that, they were active for five years....was looking at the wrong date. Inactive as of 1998.
what does inactive mean?
meaning no transactions as a company or?
but if they are inactive
is it not criminal act if they still sign notes with others to induce $$ loan from others?
They lost thier limited partnership status. If they kept doing business, they were a partnership which means they can both be sued personally without protection of the LP.
but can they still be called general manager? if they are inactive
It is not a formal title.
so technically they still can loan $$ from others and representing JNC?
Legally, they were a limited partnership. They could have hired a manager. Or they could have both been managers.
who determines if they are G manager or not
they themselves on the fly?
Techincially, they can reprent themselves as JNC Enterprise but they lose the LP designation. They would be doing business as JNC Enterprises but legally they are a general partnership.
Correct, themselves, but ultimatley, the general partners are responsible....if they did have a manager, the manager would be acting on the partner's behalf.
Any other concerns you would like to address?
I dont think the rating went thought.
thanks I had one from my other question still I think
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