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Mandeep Singh and Jaspreet Kaur At The Center Of Legal Controversy With Dentist

Dr. P. Sidhu, DDS, resident of Issaquah (Seattle suburb) Washington, has filed a judgment with the Clark County District Court totaling over $145,000 awarded by the King County Superior Court, WA (Seattle and suburbs), WA, against husband and wife, Mandeep Singh and Jaspreet Kaur.  This latest controversy comes after husband and wife plead guilty of separate charges of theft and fraud which were brought by Nevada’s Attorney General.   

The initial lawsuit alleges the Las Vegas/Henderson resident and husband & wife team, Mandeep Singh and Jaspreet Kaur, of Breach of Contract, Unjust Enrichment, Negligent Misrepresentation, Fraudulent Misrepresentation, Misappropriation and Conversion, and Dishonored Check. As per the legal filings, Jaspreet Kaur, wife of Mandeep Singh, manages Singh Customs LLC from 533 Blanche Ct. Henderson, Nevada.

Jaspreet Kaur with husband Mandeep Singh

As per the court filings, Dr. Sidhu’s ordeal started back in December 2021, when Mandeep Singh approached Dr. Sidhu for a loan of $80,000 to purchase two Jeep Wranglers, which would be customized and sold to buyers in Dubai.  According to court papers, Dr. Sidhu loaned $80,000 to Defendant Singh.  Singh allegedly sent a video message to Dr. Sidhu of the allegedly purchased Jeep Wrangles and said that the vehicles were going to Dubai. After that, Dr. Sidhu loaned another $235,000 to Singh for other commercial transactions. On March 25, 2022, the couple, Mandeep Singh and Jaspreet Kaur executed a promissory note for $315,000, payable to Dr. Sidhu by July 2022.

On or about March 30, 2022, Dr. Sidhu requested documentation evidencing the Jeep Wrangler Purchase. In response, Singh provided a fictitious signed bill of lading signed, but not the carrier accepting shipment. Court papers allege that Defendant Singh did not provide a legitimate bill of lading and failed to provide vehicle title and export documents. As of the lawsuit’s filing in King County, Washington, Singh provided no title, purchase and sale, registration, or other documents evidencing his purported purchase of the vehicles. In addition, Defendant Singh provided no documents evidencing his use of Plaintiff’s loan monies or proof of his sale and shipment of any purportedly purchased vehicles.

Under the Note, Defendant Singh promised to pay $127,000 on May 5, 2022. Defendant Singh failed to make said payment but promised Dr. Sidhu he would pay $100,000 by May 13, 2022. Defendant Singh again was unable to make said payment. Dr. Sidhu requested that Singh pay weekly after that. On each request, Singh assured Dr. Sidhu that he would wire the $127,000 payment but repeatedly failed until June 2, 2022. As of the lawsuit’s filing, Singh paid $169,800 to Dr. Sidhu, $115,000 of which is applied to the principal balance, while $200,000 of the principal balance plus interest remains unpaid.  

As per the court filings, Dr. Sidhu has been granted a monetary judgment against Defendants, jointly and severally, in the principal amount of $138,475, together with prejudgment interest to September 15, 2022, the interest of $411, other costs totaling $492, reasonable attorney fees in the amount of $6,019, and post-judgment attorney fees and interest accruing on the unpaid Principal Balance at a rate of 1.5% per month, or the highest rate allowed by law. 

In September 2022, the King County Superior Court ordered, adjudged, and decreed that defendants Mandeep Singh, Jaspreet Kaur, and Singh Customs LLC are adjudged to be in default. Dr. Sidhu has filed an application of foreign judgment (from the King County Superior Court, WA) with the Clark County District Court in Las Vegas through his Las Vegas attorney.

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