Queen Sample Clauses

Queen. The Vendor undertakes that all Hives have a healthy queen at time of purchase, the age of the queens are estimated at 6 months, 12 months, 18 months, 24 months (strike out not applicable), but the Vendor accepts no liability for any queen failure after Possession Date.
Queen. 734 F.3d at 1092-93.
Queen v. Cognos Inc. (1990), 30 C.C.E.L. 1.
Queen. 734 F.3d at 1087.listed. In his deposition for this lawsuit, Spencer admitted that he is the sole member of Patriot, that he did the payroll for Patriot, that no one else but him took withdrawals from Patriot, and that Patriot had no other employees. Spencer also agreed that he “would be the beneficiary of any recovery” and agreed that he had a vested interest in prevailing in this lawsuit. Spencer agreed that he had ownership in Patriot.In its response to this motion, Patriot “denies that Spencer failed to disclose his ownership interest in Patriot,” but does not provide any support for the denial or otherwise provide information about how Spencer purportedly disclosed his ownership interest.31 Thus, it is not clear to the Court how Patriot argues that Spencer disclosed his interest.Rather, Patriot argues that judicial estoppel should not apply even if Spencer failed to disclose his interest in Patriot. But this assertion is based on Patriot’s misstatement of the judicial estoppel factors.32 In particular, Patriot argues that the two actions must involve the same parties. Patriot asserts that Patriot and Spencer are separate entities, that Patriot was not a party to Spencer’s bankruptcy, and, as a result, judicial estoppel should not apply here. In arguing for judicial estoppel, Hartwig contends that Spencer and Patriot share substantial identity and that judicial estoppel includes statements made by those in privity with a party.There is limited support for Patriot’s argument in the rare case law dealing with a debtor failing to disclose an interest in a business or disclose an interest in a lawsuit filed by the
Queen. 734 F.3d at 1092; Crown Transportation, 2008 WL 1766736, at *6 (noting that debtor could have received an unfair advantage if his business recovered in civil suit, the proceeds were distributed to debtor individually, and his creditors had no knowledge of recovery). In Crown Transportation, the court concluded that Crafton’s bankruptcy amendment weighed against the third factor because his disclosure of the lawsuit no longer gave him an unfair advantage over his creditors. 2008 WL 1766736, at *6 (“Crafton could have received an unfair monetary advantage to the extent Crown recovered from Smith, the proceeds were distributed to Crafton individually, and Crafton’s creditors in the Bankruptcy Case had no knowlege of Crafton’s recovery. However, any potential unfair monetary advantage has been remedied by amendment of Crafton’s Bankruptcy Petition to disclose the lawsuit.”). The court declined to invoke judicial estoppel to preclude Crown’s lawsuit, noting that it took into consideration the three factors and the interest of Crafton’s creditors. Id. at *7.
Queen. If to: Theater Xtreme Entertainment Group, Inc. 250 Corporate Blvd, Suites E & F Newark, DE 19702 Attention: Robert Oberosler In addition, notice by mail shall be sent by a reputable international courier (such as FedEx) if posted outside of the continental United States. Any party may alter the address to which communications or copies are to be sent by giving notice of such change of address in conformity with the provisions of this subparagraph for the giving of notice.
Queen. 734 F.3d at 1091 (quoting Eastman, 493 F.3d at 1156).
Queen. 734 F.3d at 1081; Eastman, 493 F.3d at 1156-60.
Queen v. Cognos Inc. (1987), 63 O.R. (2d) 389.
Queen. 734 F.3d at 1094-95; Eastman, 493 F.3d at 1156-60; Paup v. Gear Products, Inc., 327 Fed.Appx. 100, 106-08 (10th Cir. 2009).