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Sunday, April 18, 2010
After the demise of my 2.5 year common law relationship, I had to take her to small claims court in order to hopefully regain my belongings.
I spoke to the clerks at Spring Garden Rd law courts and they informed me as to how to go about doing this. I also did a little investigating of my own while I was there; as we all know you can obtain a lot of information about someone as it is public info; so i checked some records about this ex of mine and much to my SURPRISE it turns out that she's a con woman well known by the police... especially the fraud department here in HRM...
I could give you readers a list of things that this women had done but I won't, another time maybe... She is still here in Halifax ...Still up to her tricks! Look out guys...
Armed with all this info my goal in small claims was to prove her as the pathological lair that she really is and that her word is worthless.... I thought, this is going to go great, I thought, a ruling in my favor would be a sure bet, not that I'm a gambler but with all of her prior charges and convictions I thought I couldn't lose... A few of the priors are fraud over false pretense, fraudulently obtaining credit, forgery, probation orders, I even found a Judgment against her for the sum of $176,844. I had all this stuff on her. I made copies and presented them to the judge hearing my case. Certainly you think the by reading these convictions that he would know what type of person he has before him... You would think.
It didn't start out very well as I was extremely nervous, she was calm as a clam. To get to my point; she admitted in court under oath, that she had in her possession about 98% of the items that I was seeking... She actually read from the list of items that I presented to the court and said to the judge,'' Yes I have this'' or ''No I don't have this''; things like my mountain bike, my kayak and gear, various tools, electronic equipment, etc.
ANYWAY,he said in his ruling that he will not make her return the mentioned items because, get this "I FAILED TO PROVE OWNERSHIP", so she was allowed to keep all my stuff and ordered to pay me a small sum of money $2040.00. Which it's up to me to somehow collect it... give me a break she has a judgment against her for $176,844.00; CRA is after her for money (which is why she likes to work for cash) or have monies deposited into a bank account of a "company" that she owns... She was recently ordered to pay back BMO the monies that she defrauded from them. So tell me when do I get my money? Never
Great system eh? She's the con and yet she's been given the OK to keep my stuff... and ordered to pay me $2040.00 of which I'll never see, because I'm towards the bottom of a long list that is getting longer of people like me that will never receive a cent from this woman. I wonder, did he (the judge) actually think that she was going to pay me? I'm sure BMO and CRA will get something from her but not myself... I actually need my money back.—Who cares?
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