Bhatt v. Pragya, Inc.

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Bhatt v. Pragya, Inc.

Case Number
A-21-0153
Court Number
Hall
Call Date
November 10, 2021
Case Time
9:00 AM
Case Summary

A-21-0153, Dhaval Bhatt and Megha Bhatt f/k/a Meghavini Bhatt (Appellants) v. Pragya, Inc., a Nebraska corporation, and Jayantibhai Patel and Varsha Patel v. Greg Neuhaus

District Court for Hall County, District Judge Mark J. Young

Attorney for Appellants:  Mark Thomas Porto & Ronald S. Depue (McDermott Porto Depue Wolf Law Firm)

Attorney for Appellees (Pragya and Patels):  Andrew Koch Joyce & McKynze Perry Works (Morrow Poppe Law Firm)

Civil Action:  Contract dispute, corporate dissolution

Action taken by the Trial Court:  The trial court resolved a contract dispute between the Bhatts and Patels concerning a Nebraska corporation the Bhatts and Patels owned called Pragya, Inc. When a dispute arose between the parties, the Bhatts sought dissolution of Pragya. The Patels filed a counterclaim alleging, in part, that the Bhatts were delinquent on a promissory note. The trial court determined: (1) grounds for dissolution of Pragya did not exist; (2) the promissory note was a demand note due and owing upon its execution; and (3) the Bhatts were delinquent on their obligations under the note.

Assignments of Error on Appeal: Did the trial court err in concluding that the Bhatts were delinquent on the promissory note, determining the amount due and owing from the Bhatts to the Patels, and authorizing foreclosure of the note?

Case Location
Buffalo County Board of Commissioners Board Room
Court Type
District Court
Schedule Code
A2
Panel Text
Moore, Bishop, and Arterburn, Judges