504 Raymond Hunter (a Third Party)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
16 Q Okay. You say in this conversation you asked him
17 if he was Mr. Garnier. How did you know his name?
18 A Well, it shows up on the expired listing.
19 You know, the owner’s name is shown there.
510 Raymond Hunter (a Third Party)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
13 Q All right. Go on. You were mentioning that
14 Mrs. Garnier showed you this document?
15 A Yes. And she at that point, I can’t remember
16 whether she brought out her previous year’s
17 assessment or whether I had it, but if I had it,
18 it would be because I had brought it up. These
19 assessments come up on the real estate board
20 computer, and they’re a combination of what the
21 real estate board provides plus the city of
22 Vancouver legal description and taxes. So if we
23 are researching a property for the legals, we
24 bring that up.
Raymond Hunter Examination for Discovery
16 376 Q Okay. So you were at their doorstep for Lucy
18 A If — let’s put it this way. If we had not discussed
19 that property — Mrs. Hundley and I had not discussed
20 that property, I would not be there.
607 Raymond Hunter (a Third Party)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
40 Q When you start assisting clients with selling or
41 buying, you’re acting as their agent, correct?
42 For example, —
43 A You know —
44 Q — Ms. Hundley, —
45 A — it’s —
46 Q — you didn’t have a — you didn’t have a contract
47 with Ms. Hundley when you approached the Garniers,
2 A That’s correct.
Raymond Hunter Examination for Discovery April 13, 2010
11 474 Q So if you’re working for a buyer and they say go find
12 a house for me, you’re not their agent you’re saying?
13 A At that particular point, yes, I am their agent.
14 475 Q Okay. So then when you become the agent of the
15 seller as well, you’re agent for both parties?
16 A Well —
17 MR. BLANCHARD: Not in respect to the seller’s house.
18 THE WITNESS: Mrs. Hundley, I did not have a contract for a buyer’s