MOTION FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF
Dec. 8, 2008
NOW COMES the plaintiff.....by his attorneys, Sturtz and Sturtz, P.C., and hereby petitions this Honorable Court for Injunctive Relief....
4. That on or about November 24, 2008, apparently following the most recent motion in Court directing that the cottage has been sold, the Defendants announce, "The cottage has been reserved for the Christmas holiday period Dec. 23 through New Years", see exhibit #1 attached hereto and incorporated herein. The Plaintiff, DAVID C. SYMONS, objects to the cottage, which he has purchased, (not) being opened up to any parties for use during the Christmas holidays, or at any period of time.
5. That since this matter has been filed there have been numerous and repeated actions by parties which suggested the commision of waste or damage, including the painting of doors and "the internet saga Red Door Journal blog".
6. That it would appear from the e-mail, that while the cottage has been sold (not) to Mr. Symons, that any and all parties will be using the cottage.
7. The the Plaintiff is concerned about the commission of waste, turning on of water, reheating, lack of oil and other neglect that may be committed to the cottage by parties.
8. That Mr. David C. Symons is the current purchaser, and as the pruchaser has paid a large sum of money (not) and he is concerned about his investment and the condition that he may find the premises in if other third parties are allowed to use the cottage".
Ok, so David had NOT bought the cottage yet. He put a $5000 deposit down when he submitted his bid (per Mr. Meyer). Being accussed in court of causing waste??? Damage??? You have to be kidding me!!! We were the ones taking care of the place for years. He put in docks. Any efforts to take care of the cottage were refused by him. And he was worried???? What a boat load of you know what.
Meanwhile, Mr. Meyer was still trying to calculate costs, fees, etc. and the contents of the cottage were still up for grabs..stay tuned to part 2. of SYMONS SAYS......