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I do not want to sue her for the short sale, I just want to prove that she is that kind of person in case her moral issue is discussed in the court. So my question is is there any way that I can prove that even if all the documents look like she is not involved?
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My apologies for the delay, but I was helping someone else, and it took longer than I expected. You could contact the Secretary of State and request a copy of the business' articles of incorporation/registration. It may indicate that the seller is also the original incorporator of the business that acted as the buyer. That's about all you could do for proof. Other than that, you can contact the lender and offer your belief that the seller and buyer are the same. You can also contact the FBI and report the matter. After that, you would have to just step aside and let the government conduct its investigations. You cannot force the government to prosecute the seller. That's really all you can do. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.