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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

18 in?

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

26 there.

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


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