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A Motion To Clarify The Order that I recently filed was "denied as seeking legaol advice." How can I be more precise in asking for clarification?

1 Answers. Asked on Apr 25th, 2012 on Business Law - Colorado
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In his Finding of Fact, the Judge found that I held a partnership interest in the company at the center of the suit. The other partner denies this entirely, saying that is not what the Judge intended. I just want to put in very simple language, a request that the Judge clarify his position that I hold an interest in the company.
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Answered on Apr 25th, 2012 at 1:26 PM

Without looking at the documents, it is very difficult to determine what has occurred in this matter.  I am assuming that you were not represented by legal counsel in this matter.  However, it appears that the court heard evidence and made a ruling that despite the fact that the other "partner" denied you held a partnership interest in the business, the bulk of the evidence support the finding that in fact, you did hold such an interest.  If that is the case, then the "conclusions of law" should outline the consequences of such a finding of fact.

I hope that helps

Michael J. Katz

Corporon & Katz, LLC

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