22 A He came over. He brought — he already had the
23 exclusive listing contract with him, and we
24 discussed — Francis wanted to list the property
25 at 965, but Mr. Hunter said that was too high, we
26 should start with 900.
27 And that’s when we showed him our property
28 assessment, the 2007 property assessment. And
29 Mr. Hunter told that was too high. The BC
30 Assessment Authority had over-assessed the
31 property by over 47 percent.
313 Susan Garnier (a defendant)In chief by Mr. Davison
6 Q And you said that Mr. Hunter suggested $900,000?
7 A He suggested $900,000. Francis still didn’t want
8 to go with that, so he said, let’s start with 910,
9 and once it’s on the MLS, the price could go
10 higher or the market will decide.
13 Q Did he specifically use those terms?
14 A The “MLS,” yes.
220 Francis Garnier (a Defendant)Cross-exam by Mr. Blanchard
45 Q You and your wife suggested a listing price for
46 the property of $910,000, correct?
47 A No. He did. We wanted to put it on 950 or 965.
[BCSC at para 27] Judge Greyell altered and twisted the evidence before the court.
J.Greyell took a portion of Mr.Hunter’s testimony in response to the Purchase Contract and applied it in reference to the Exclusive Listing Contract.
FACTS; Mr.Hunter testified he was talking about the 13 February, 2007(the Exclusive Contract was signed on February 8, 2007 NOT on the 13th).
When Mr.Hunter did not have Mr.Blanchard to prompt or correct him, he stumbled on his lies. On February 13, 2007 evening Mr.Hunter presented the Garniers with an offer from Ms.Hundley. In his testimony below he clearly remembers telling the Garniers on February 13, 2007 he hopes this would lead to an offer, stumbles on his lies again.
543 Raymond Hunter (a third party)In chief by Mr. Blanchard
28 Q Was there any other discussion that evening that
29 you can recall?
30 A Around about this time, we were getting towards
31 the stage where things were being concluded, and
32 after they had signed the contract, I said, and I
33 can remember saying that I hoped that this would
34 lead to an offer, but that if it didn’t, perhaps
35 we could discuss whether they wanted to put the
36 property on the market.
37 Q I’m sorry, are you talking about February 8th
38 or —
39 A I’m talking about February the 13th.
40 Q 13th.
41 A When we were concluding this contract.
[British Columbia Supreme Court para 32] Again Judge Greyell twisted the evidence.