688 Raymond Hunter (a Third Party)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
35 That’s something you drafted, as well?
36 A Yes.
37 Q And it has in here the last clause in regards to
38 site inspection in regards to an oil tank, —
39 A That’s —
40 Q — correct?
41 A — correct.
42 Q Okay. And you drafted that?
43 A Yes, I did.
44 Q And you drafted that for the benefit of
45 Mrs. Hundley?
46 A Yes.
689 Raymond Hunter (a Third Party)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
17 Q So did Ms. Hundley ask you to put that clause
19 A She didn’t ask me to put that clause in; I — I
20 put that clause in knowing that it had to go in
21 there, or should go in there.
22 Q Is it had to or should?
23 A Legally you’re not required, obviously, to put in
24 any subjects, but by way of expectancy as to what
25 goes into today’s contracts, it should go in
27 Q So you were doing that to protect Ms. Hundley?
28 A Well, to protect Ms. Hundley, inasmuch as the
29 offer is coming from the buyer.
27 Lucy Hundley (the Plaintiff) (Recalled)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
4 Q Okay. And then the page 11, the one before that,
5 that one was — I think you agreed that that was
6 drafted most likely by Mr. Hunter?
7 A They were all drafted by Mr. Hunter.
Managing broker for Prudential United testified that Hunter did not tell him about his multiple original Contracts. 737 Stephen Tidder (for Third Parties)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
6 Q Did Mr.Hunter mention to you that there were
7 multiple original copies of this — in this deal?
8 A I don’t recall ever being given notice.
Mr. Hunter manipulated, made alterations to multiple original his Purchase Contracts:
629 Raymond Hunter (a Third Party)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
26 MR. DAVISON:
27 Q And you understood the difference between an
28 original and a copy, correct?
29 A Well, yes. I would imagine if you — if you had
30 an original and you took a photostat, that was a
31 copy of the original.
32 Q Right. And you can appreciate that you can quite