My fiancee (Mr. C) is a regional manager at an automotive repair shop in San Diego. He was just served for a small claims case for non-payment. He contacted the legal firm that is representing the plaintiff and was told that the actual owner of the business (Mr. P) had claimed that Mr. C was the actual owner and not him to avoid being sued. My question is: 1.Can Mr. C request and be provided the documentation which Mr. P must have provided stating that Mr. C is the Owner? 2.What is the most effective way of proving Mr. C is not the owner? 3.What action can he take against Mr. P if he did submit legal documents saying that Mr. C was the owner? 4.Was Mr.P perjuring himself if he submitted forged or falsified documents to the plaintiff's attorneys?
email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease disregard the above email, I did not know that it was in violation of AVVO's terms. Company who served my fiancee was PennySaver or council for them. on the legal paperwork it has the name of the business following his name. I have the actual case number if that would be more helpful as it can be seen on the Superior Court of OC website