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    A question: The former pizza restaurant and jewellery shop that were a part of the old Jose O'Shay's complex are now a Chinese restaurant. Who are/did they rent or buy from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drstock View Post
    A question: The former pizza restaurant and jewellery shop that were a part of the old Jose O'Shay's complex are now a Chinese restaurant. Who are/did they rent or buy from?
    Aha, that's another part of this beautiful shell game where Big Frank's lawyer/lawyers is collecting rent illegally.

    That's another wonderful chapter that will have to be resolved in court.

    Only in the DR.

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    If Mr. Brittingham was indeed the victim of deception on the part of his own attorneys, it would seem as if he would have a valid case against them more so than this Mr. Rocky individual. The duplicity will have to be strongly exhibited, or else Mr. Brittingham only appears to be guilty of chicanery himself, which is not unheard of on the north coast of RD involving foreign investors.

    Perhaps Mr. Brittingham was not in his right state of mind. Early stage dementia if proven, could be a valid point of fortification against the thieving attorneys. After all, if his valid signature is on the documents authorizing the attorneys to pursue whichever course they indeed took, it does not bode well, unless there are extenuating circumstances.

    A person with such a long resume of successful businesses globally, or at the minimum his new attorneys, will be tasked to expound as to why his business sense suddenly went awry.

    Also to factor in will be the history and resume of the attorneys currently in question. If it is a well known, established law firm, there will be little leverage, if any at all.

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    These types of scenarios never just pop up out of the blue. There is usually a pay-up or else warning. Businessmen know what happens when you don't pay venders, purveyors etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    These types of scenarios never just pop up out of the blue. There is usually a pay-up or else warning. Businessmen know what happens when you don't pay venders, purveyors etc.
    Generally, I would agree with this statement, but then...every now and then...you have someone, obviously lacking access to good reading glasses, which makes people miss the most important point: "A shell company was created in Santiago so that Rocky, and all of the renters, received no notice whatsoever about a lien (based on a fake company) against the property, so that, Rocky had no notice of it, knew nothing about it, and therefore, never had the opportunity to contest it in court.

    Hence...the current "Fraud" charges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank12 View Post
    Generally, I would agree with this statement, but then...every now and then...you have someone, obviously lacking access to good reading glasses, which makes people miss the most important point: "A shell company was created in Santiago so that Rocky, and all of the renters, received no notice whatsoever about a lien (based on a fake company) against the property, so that, Rocky had no notice of it, knew nothing about it, and therefore, never had the opportunity to contest it in court.

    Hence...the current "Fraud" charges.
    Don't lien notices have to be formally served (sent) to current legal owner.
    I don't know any of the facts but wasn't Rocky given the opportunity to stave the perfection of liens ?
    That's usually part of the process, or did he just try to fight it until the tenants were forced out.
    Who physically removed them and supplanted them with yet another Chinese fast-crap joint ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chico bill View Post
    Don't lien notices have to be formally served (sent) to current legal owner.
    I don't know any of the facts but wasn't Rocky given the opportunity to stave the perfection of liens ?
    That's usually part of the process, or did he just try to fight it until the tenants were forced out.
    Who physically removed them and supplanted them with yet another Chinese fast-crap joint ?
    1.) "Don't lien notices have to be formally served (sent) to current legal owner?" Yes.

    2.) "I don't know any of the facts but wasn't Rocky given the opportunity to stave the perfection of liens?" No.

    Hence, the shell company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank12 View Post
    On the third paragraph down, it was supposed to say this: "This lien was created in Santiago by "Big Frank's attorney (not Rocky's) and Rocky was never notified of it, nor had he even heard about it until they came and shut down his business."
    I don't know, but if someone wants to Embargo a place, they first start in court and place an Embargo *(lien) on it,.....and it ain't no 1-2 week episode....

    The court sends a copy of the action against the said party and gives them 90 days to reply.

    If the defendent doesn't reply, then the court sends out a Second notice of action against them and gives them another 90 to reply.

    Now if they don't reply the court sends out a Third and final notice of action against them and gives the another 90 days to reply.....

    Now these 3 notices, delivered by the court, to the place of business, haven't been replied to or defended, then they proceed to Embargo the property and then send a Notice of Embargo to the property, or in this case, place of business and gives them ANOTHER 30 DAYS to respond in defence.

    If no response, then the court sends out an equivilent to the Sheriff to RE-PO the property.....

    Thats 4 documents delivered by the Court to the place of business, over 300 days to reply, and he didn't know anything????

    Someone signed for those documents, and soon it will be found out in court just who......

    My thoughts, not yours........

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    Oh and by the way if Rocky didn't know anything, just how were these lawyers going to get paid off for their huge payday...
    .....something just don't make sense....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammerdown View Post
    I don't know, but if someone wants to Embargo a place, they first start in court and place an Embargo *(lien) on it,.....and it ain't no 1-2 week episode....

    The court sends a copy of the action against the said party and gives them 90 days to reply.

    If the defendent doesn't reply, then the court sends out a Second notice of action against them and gives them another 90 to reply.

    Now if they don't reply the court sends out a Third and final notice of action against them and gives the another 90 days to reply.....

    Now these 3 notices, delivered by the court, to the place of business, haven't been replied to or defended, then they proceed to Embargo the property and then send a Notice of Embargo to the property, or in this case, place of business and gives them ANOTHER 30 DAYS to respond in defence.

    If no response, then the court sends out an equivilent to the Sheriff to RE-PO the property.....

    Thats 4 documents delivered by the Court to the place of business, over 300 days to reply, and he didn't know anything????

    Someone signed for those documents, and soon it will be found out in court just who......

    My thoughts, not yours........
    This is 100% correct!!

    Four or five notices were sent to the fake shell company in Santiago. Rocky never received even one of them. That is part of the fraud.

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