I did not invest anything into this company. After the initial offer on January 2008, I worked on company for production training by seller from April to August 2008. Because the person A did not want me to join investment, I left the company.
No capital into the new company. The deposit check, $35,000.00 was returned back to me. I was in payroll of the new company. I were not in the ownership or a sharehoulder of the new company.
Only my full name appeared on a documentation was "BPA and Joint Escrow Instructions" and had my signagture too. No others documentation showed my full name.
Thank you very much for your follow-up. In that situation you appear to be neither an initial purchaser not shareholder or officer of the company at any point in time since your funds were never part of this investment. I do not see it as a contractual agreement because you never formally invested anything as part of this agreement. I am unclear as to why you claim fraud with the sale, and if there was, unless you knowingly refused to remove your name from the initial documentation, I see no further liability to you. The request for the attorney to remove you name from the suit is valid and should be approved by the judge since I am not seeing you as a legitimate party to the suit.
I have been served already.
Do I need to pay for requesting documentations from seller's attorney? Could seller's attorney remove my name from the suit without I file a demurrer. OR if my name was removed, do I still have to file a response before deadline.
I wrote a letter to seller's attorney to request those documentations and also to remove my name from the suit but no response yet.
The deadline to file a response is near.
I don't want to spend money to file a demurrer since I knew but not confirmed that I were not binding the contract.
I am thinking to file a counter lawsuit (frivolous) and fraud of sale if seller's attorney does not remove my name from the suit.
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