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The Attorney General
's office is likely attempting to investigate whether you engaged in fraud, for which you could be personally prosecuted. However, since you became ill after entering into the contract, that would indicate circumstances beyond your control and you did originally intend to fulfill your obligations under the contract.
Fraud typically requires an intent not to fulfill your promises and if your conduct reveals that you did intend to but were unable to because of extenuating circumstances, then fraud would not typically be properly charges. However, it is best to retain a local criminal law attorney to communicate this to the AG's office on your behalf rather than risk making a statement that may incriminate you.
The buyer may sue you for breach of contract
and obtain a judgment against you/the corporation for the amount owed, so it is best to attempt to negotiate a settlement to repay the amount owed to avoid a lawsuit/judgment.
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