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19 agency contract with her

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602 Raymond Hunter (a Third Party)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison

43 Q Now, what you’re saying is that you attend their

44 home. Did they ask you what Ms. Hundley would

45 accept, or what was she willing to pay?

46 A No.

47 Q Why didn’t you attend the property with an offer

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1 from Ms. Hundley?

2 A Well, at that particular point in time, we — it

3 was at an early stage in the development.

14 Q Wouldn’t it seem more efficient to come with an

15 offer?

16 A No.

604 Raymond Hunter (a Third Party)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison

6 Q But what if it — what if it was expired at a

7 million — a million 2?

8 A Well, wouldn’t be interested.

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663 Raymond Hunter (a Third Party) Cross-exam by Mr.Davison

20 Q But nowhere do you have any evidence other than

21 your testimony that you told the Garnier that you

22 were, A, already working for Ms.Hundley, and B,

23 going to be acting as a dual agent with them on

24 the February 8th meeting?

25 A In relation to your question, I don’t know how it

26 would be possible to prove that, unless, as I

27 said, you literally had a recording device on the

28 wall.

29 Q Do you think getting the limited dual agency

30 agreement signed on February 8th would be proof?

31 A Again, the limited dual agency situation was

32 premature on the 8th.

38 Q To answer my question, though, do you feel it

39 would be proof that you told the Garniers that

40 you, A, were acting for Ms.Hundley, the potential

41 buyer, and B, acting in a dual agency situation

42 had you gotten them to signed a limited dual

43 agency agreement on February —

44 A It’s irrelevant. The limited dual agency document

45 was not called for or required on the 8th because

46 the situation simply had not developed.

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6 Q When you attended the Garniers, you were acting as