My business is(used to be) a tire recycling facility. We used a local tire recycling facility to throw away tires in his tire reclamation landfill site. He charges us by the lbs.
My partner took a 53' trailer full of tires to the landfill. Supposedly, the landfill gave her credit. I was not made aware and she was not authorized to do business as such. We had taken trailers full of tires before but we always paid before we could leave the creditors premises.
I would think so. I was not there when the transaction happened. My partner was told and she affirmed that she was going to pay for the trailer full of tires before she took the tires to the facility to get disposed off.
Yes sir, I know that the answer is that the LLC is liable but I am looking for a case in the state of texas that specifically exempts me. I need to respond to the law suit with a specific case to the judge.
They are suing 3 more of the owners. Why? don't know. Maybe its because one resides in Mexico and the other resides in Canada.
I understand. Just trying to protect myself. You can email the response. I am going to step out for a little while. This will give you time to research it. Thank you.
I got a window that says that you responded but it took me to a blank window. Don't know if you have had a chance to find the statue.
I was in a class action law suit against Fastenal. THe firm handling my law suit was Scott Cole from California. The settlement was very small therefore I am not satisfied with the result. I was fired in April of 2011, has my statues of limitation expired eventhough this case took most of my time and the result was ridiculous. Do I have to accept the paltry settlement or can I continue the legal course.
What does that have to do with being sued individually for an LLC liability?
That's a separate and distinctly different issue from your original question.
You haven't rated my previous answer where I gave you the case law and statutes on the issue.
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