This is a lawsuit against the company that built the property. It is the largest manufacturer of self-defense equipment in the United States. It was built during the Civil War. But it isn’t the first thing that comes along with the lawsuit if you don’t have a good grasp on the legal aspects of self-defense.
The property in question was called Fort Benning and was built in the late 19th century. It was an armaments factory and military installation built to defend against a possible Confederate attack. But the US Government stopped the construction after a Confederate attack. When the US Government reneged on the contract, the property was given to the government for free.
I had my lawyer call me this morning and told me our client would not have a problem with this. The government did not give the construction company a guarantee that the US Government would not sue them.
“Your client has to use its best judgment, and you shouldn’t second-guess it,” says my lawyer’s firm. There’s no legal requirement for the government to protect its property. The only way the government can sue is for money damages. And since the property was given for free, that’s pretty much the only way it can be sued.
I was on a mission to make the property work for the government so that they could sue for damages. This is a complex case and we can’t give you the full story.
The government is suing The Company to enforce the property rights it acquired from you. For this to work, the government must prove that you are not in default on the contract. Your client can counter that it has defaulted by showing that the government did not follow the contract’s terms. If the government can’t prove that it is not in default then they can’t sue.
That is correct. The government can only sue on their contract with you. It has to be a valid contract, which would appear to be yours.
The law is clear that this is not a default of the government. In fact, the government can never sue. This is where the defense is a bit complicated.
If the government is in default then they can only sue on the contract. You need to prove that your client is in default. If the client isn’t in default then the government can’t sue. You could argue that the government is in default because of the contract, and that is exactly what the government can prove. If the government is also in default then they can’t sue. The government may have a contract with your client which is not what they agreed to.
In the context of this defense, a contract is like a handshake. It is a legal document that says what is owed. It is not the same as agreeing to something. In the context of this defense, it is not the same as agreeing to something.