Davalan Sales Inc et al v. F and F Business Management Services Inc et al
||Paola MC Citrus Corp, Progressive Produce Corporation, Davalan Sales Inc and Choumas Produce Co Inc
||Farshad Hedayati and F and F Business Management Services Inc
||January 24, 2012
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||John F. Walter
||Andrew J. Wistrich
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|September 27, 2012
JUDGMENT AGAINST FARSHAD HEDAYATI by Judge John F. Walter. JUDGMENT IS HEREBY ENTERED in favor of Plaintiff DAVALAN SALES, INC.; DAVALAN SALES, INC., also trading as THE BANANA COMPANY; CHOUMAS PRODUCE CO., INC.; PAOLA MC CITRUS CORP.; and, PROGRESSI VE PRODUCE CORPORATION, and against Defendant FARSHAD HEDAYATI in the cumulative amount of $197,905.44 itemized as follows: SEE JUDGMENT FOR ITEMIZATION. Liability under this Judgment shall be joint and several with liability of co- Defendant F & F BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC., a corporation d/b/a F & F PRODUCE, under Judgment entered by this Court on August 17, 2012, Document no. 18. (kbr)
|February 9, 2012
ORDER APPROVING Stipulation for Entry of Judgment against defendants F&F Business Management Services Inc., dba F&F Produce and Farshad Hedayati; and DISSOLVING TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER 14 by Judge John F. Walter: Plaintiffs have repeatedly dema nded that F&F pay the amounts due and owing under the above-described invoices. However, said Defendant has failed and refused and continues to fail and refuse to pay Plaintiffs for the produce purchased and no part of those sums due and owing, has b een paid. Consequently, Defendants still owe Plaintiffs the cumulative principal amounts of: (a) $58,899.75 due to DSI; (b) $68,674.90 due to TBC; (c) $58,592.75 due to Choumas; (d) $7,937.50 due to Paola; and, (e) $8,982.50 due to PPC. FURTHER ORDERED that the Temporary Restraining Order issued by this Court on 1/30/2012 shall be dissolved in its entirety without further court order, conditioned only upon receipt by Plaintiffs counsel of the sum of $15,250.00. To t he extent any funds necessary to remit this payment are restrained by the TRO, such funds may be immediately released from any restrained account for the express purpose of remitting this payment and that the release of any such funds shall not be deemed to be a violation of the TRO. (MD JS-6, Case Terminated). (jp)
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