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Masood-Ur Rahman Khan

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  • Business, compete question/issue.

    Partner and I provide a business management software to companies that sell "apples and oranges". Our software allows these companies to track their inventory, track sales, run billing, day to day operations for their fruit selling business. ...

    Masood-Ur’s Answer

    Depends on what type of written agreement or non-disclosures you have entered into with your partner or the corporation (if you are incorporated). Non-compete agreements are enforceable in California for employees - however for partners or shareholders a non-compete provision IS enforceable.

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  • Is a retired judge that hires out from JAMS considered a subordinate judicial officer?

    Or does the retired judge first have to be appointed. Rule 2.830(c) Limitation These rules do not apply to subordinate judicial officers or to attorneys who are appointed by the court to serve as temporary judges for the court. ...

    Masood-Ur’s Answer

    My understanding is that a retired judge hired out through JAMS are not functioning in a capacity as a judicial officer at all. JAMS and similar mediation/arbitration services are private entities which compensate the mediators who work with them on an hourly basis and are treated as private citizens (albeit with specialized knowledge and training as mediators).

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  • Can I supena a check from bank account ?

    I'm one out of four who own a storage company. My former husband and ihired a forensic accountant. My former told me to stay out of it. At that time a large deposit was made to his Boa account.anyway to sopena a the check. Ive called and mail...

    Masood-Ur’s Answer

    You would need to file a civil case in court in order to issue a subpoena. However, if you are one of the signatories on the bank account, you should have access to the bank account and should be able to request the bank statements without a subpoena.

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  • What would happen if i got stopped by the police while driving without a license considering that I'm an illegal immigrant?

    I'm an illegal immigrant, I have lived here for 10 years. I have a passport and my aunt has requested us so we can get our papers, so we are waiting for the process to end.

    Masood-Ur’s Answer

    A person driving without a license may most likely be arrested for driving without one. One will need to consult a Georgia criminal attorney to know whether it is a felony or misdemeanor. Local law enforcement may put an immigration hold on your case if it results in arrest, in which case, a person may be subject to removal proceedings. You should consult a local immigration and/or criminal attorney in your area for more specific legal advice.

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  • I am considering a venture in a cash flow business.

    I am looking at finding people who have mortgage notes and then finding buyers for them. I will make a profit. I live in California. Do I need a special broker or license. This looks like a good business but I want to do it right!

    Masood-Ur’s Answer

    You should check with the California Department of Real Estate.
    http://www.dre.ca.gov/

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  • Was in my fathers business and was involved in a fight

    was in my fathers business and was involved in a fight with the neibor business next to us. He had no real injuries but played as that he had. He never came back to work for 3 month stating I was scared and nervous for my safety. He tried to sue m...

    Masood-Ur’s Answer

    If there is in fact another case against a person who has left the state, the plaintiff has to serve a defendant first. If the plaintiff can't find the defendant to have him served, the judge may allow service by "publication", that is the plaintiff can publish a classified ad "notifying" the defendant of the case. If the plaintiff successfully serves the defendant by publication and the defendant doesn't file an answer, he may be able to get a default judgment against the defendant. Of course, this is just general advice and not intended to be specific advice for your case.

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