James Catledge, Impact Inc. & Impact Net Worth, LLC vs Sun Village Dom Rep

James Catledge, Impact, Inc. & Impact Net Worth, LLC

A partial summary judgment was entered by the court, requiring these defendants, formerly of Nevada, to comply with a consent order previously reached with the department. The court ordered nearly $2 million in rescission for the benefit of investors along with prejudgment interest of more than $400,000. The case involved the promotion of investment interests in resort-related real estate developments located in the Dominican Republic. Fraud and registration counts remain to be resolved in this case.



Read more: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2010/12/09/1449824/idaho-courts-order-more-than-6.html#ixzz17iVRMGju

 

Read also: Case moves on, charges sought against Elliotts and others over Sun Village fraud as the result of forensic analysis report

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