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Christopher F. Pickering

Olathe Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer.

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  1. I have been added to an existing lawsuit against a LLC because of the belief by the plaintiff that I am an owner.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher F. Pickering
    2. Alan James Brinkmeier
    2 lawyer answers

    You probably have not been properly served, but you need to check the "Return of Service" with the clerk to see if the process server claims you have been served. If the process server does so, a default could be entered against you based upon the return of service. With regard to ownership, it may be a simple as contacting the attorney and disclaiming any interest in the LLC. You should do this through an attorney because the plaintiff may be looking for anybody with assets. Once notified...

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  2. Plaintiffs foreclosure attorney has submitted Request for Admissions from me. Can I submit Request for Admissions from her.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Christopher F. Pickering
    1 lawyer answer

    You can send her a request for admission asking her client to admit or deny the truth of the matters requested. (a) Availability, scope and procedure. (1) Availability and scope. A party may serve on the plaintiff after commencement of the action and on any other party with or after service of process on that party a written request to admit, for purposes of the pending action only, the truth of any matters within the scope of K.S.A. 60-226, and amendments thereto, relating to:(A) Facts,...

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  3. Can an LLC that has 2 classes of stock, B and C, force me to trade my c shares for b shares at a specified ratio?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Michael S Hill
    2. Bennett James Wills
    3. Christopher F. Pickering
    4. Robert John Murillo
    4 lawyer answers

    The corporation by-laws control how the company is run - the management of the company and the powers of the officers and the board of directors. The shareholder's agreement controls the rights of the equity owners vis a vie each other. These documents will need to be reviewed to see if and when the board / shareholders have the power to eliminate/ trade / swap shares.