[NA-Discuss] Seeking Re-election to NARALO Chair
ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net
Tue Jun 4 19:10:49 UTC 2013
Earlier I asked:
> In what capacity are you asserting your eligibility to be a candidate?
Pending a response, and assuming that your response will be that you
are advancing an eligibility based upon an offer of membership in a
currently certified ALS, and further assuming that the ALS to which
you make this offer is "KnuJon" (ALAC ALS ID 122), I have some
additional questions relating only to eligibility, not to past
performance or offers of future performance.
Application 122 lists a Massachusetts Limited Liability Corporation by
the name of "KnujOn.com LLC", and a Vermont S-Corporation by the name
of "ColdRain Technology" as the "organization" of record.
It further states that the "organization" is "primarily made up of two
persons", and then names two persons.
The Secretary of the Commonwealth, Corporations Division, in a
Certificate of filed on 11/08/2011 names the same two persons as
managers of the Massachusetts Limited Liability Corporation. In a
further filing of 04/19/2011 the Corporations Division indicates that
a "Dissolution by Court Order or by the SOC" exists. The filing
number for the dissolution is 201142335630.
The Secretary of State of Vermont, Corporations Division, has on file
an incorporation of a Vermont corporation by the name of Knujon Org,
Inc., incorporated on 08/12/2010, with ROBERT BRUEN as the registered
agent and six listed officers:
1. ROBERTG BRUEN
3. VIRGINIA SECCO
4. ROBERT BRUEN
5. DR. ROBERT BRUEN
6. DR. GINA VEGA
7. TEVA REGULE
The Secretary of State of Vermont, Corporations Division contains no
other record relating to a Robert Bruen, and no record relating to a
Question 1. What is the status of the Vermont S-Corporation listed in
Question 2. For the purposes of association with the "Knujon" ALS, is
the Vermont "Knujon Org, Inc." the successor in interest of the
dissolved Massachusetts LLC "Knujon.com LLC"?
I may have a few follow-up questions depending on the answers offered.
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