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I am a General Contractor Suing the Owner of Restaurant For Breach of Contract. I performed all my work by the book and they have failed to pay me. In the contract between the parties, the owners signed personally and on behalf of their llc. However, the name of the llc in the contract is missing a word, eg. real name of llc: "hello los angeles, llc", In contract name of llc: "hello, llc". Now, the owners are claiming that they did not sign on behalf of the llc and the llc is not liable.
There is no other llc in california called "hello, llc" and "hello los angeles, llc" is registered under the owners name. Will the court dismiss them as a defendant. They have filled a demurrer to my complaint to try to do so.