21 contract and the deposit, the first deposit, is
22 not done on time, what happen? He told me one
23 minute — one second after midnight the deal is
25 Q But you didn’t ask him about the second deposit?
26 A I didn’t care. What’s the point to ask when the
27 contract cannot go through?
28 Q Right. So that’s why you said to Mr. Coombe what
29 happens if there’s a problem with the first
31 A What happens there, yeah.
32 Q But you didn’t tell him you were talking about
33 this deal?
34 A No.
109 Allen Coombe (for Plaintiff)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
8 Q Is it possible and you don’t recall or you recall
9 there was no discussion about that?
10 A It — it’s possible that there could have been a
11 discussion. I just — I just don’t recall any
12 specific discussion about deposits.
11. TERMINATION OF THE PURCHASE CONTRACT(HUNDLEY’S OFFER)BY THE GARNIERS.
Ms.Hundley’s discovery transcripts page 80
9 MR. DAVISON: Oh, I see — while Ms. Hundley is looking, I’m just
10 going to mark this as the next exhibit. It’s an
11 e-mail from Cindy Cooper, sent April 11th, 2007, at
12 12:55, to a Joan, subject Lucy Hundley.
13 EXHIBIT 3: E-mail from Cindy Cooper, sent April 11,
14 2007, at 12:55, to a Joan, subject Lucy Hundley
15 MR. DAVISON: Thank you.
16 583 Q So you can see here that you did call somebody;
18 A I — I don’t —
19 584 Q You don’t recall?
20 A Don’t recall, no.
9 560 Q Marny. Okay. Is that your phone number? At the
10 time, was that your phone number?
11 A That’s a friend of mine’s phone number.
12 561 Q Is that how to get a hold of you?
13 A And he would get a hold of me, yes.
78 Lucy Hundley (the Plaintiff) (Recalled)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
4 Q So that that couldn’t be the first information
5 that you had that the Garniers were unhappy?
6 A Well —
7 Q Right.
8 A — if I got this information, but I can’t say
9 exactly when I got this. Oh, this is the 11th.