Pendrell Place: Part 2 - Transcript of Hearing to Dismiss for Want of Prosecution Chris Monk's claim S032263 against Ascent Real Estate Management Corporation

8               The fact that the claim remains outstanding

        19          is a reflection of the plaintiff's ordering of his

        20          priorities which has serious prejudice

        21          to the applicants and has affected the applicant

        22          Michael Roach personally and professionally.  He

        23          has had to report the claim to his governing body

        24          on the renewal of his licence.  He has had to

        25          incur costs of hiring a managing broker for his

        26          company,and he has had anxiety that is

        27          exacerbated by his concern of knowing -- of not

        28          knowing whether he will be able to provide a full

        29          defence.

        30               Accordingly the applicants submit that the

        31          plaintiff's claim should be dismissed for want of

        32          prosecution and an order be made with respect to

        33          costs.  We've included a draft bill of costs at

        34          tab 10, and it's a modest proportion of what has

        35          actually been incurred in this proceeding.

        36               And finally as -- I was advised this morning

        37          that the plaintiff has in fact withdrawn his

        38          claims against the other defendants and is now

        39          pursuing the applicants -- and is now pursuing

        40          only the applicants.  Subject to further questions

        41          and Mr. Monk's response that concludes my

        42          submissions.

        43     THE COURT:  Mr. Monk?

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37     MR. MONK:  Well, Your Honour, first I will tell you

        38          about some of the obstacles I ran into, but I

        39          think I need to bring you up to where we are

        40          today.  Part of the reasons that I have not been

        41          able to push my case forward is because I've hired

        42          incompetent lawyers.  I've hired lawyers who try

        43          to bill me $60,000 for doing nothing, took me to

        44          taxation.  Representing myself my defence was I

        45          wanted him to move my case forward.  He did not.

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Pendrell Place: Part 3- Transcript of hearing to dismiss Monk's claim S032263

37     MR. MONK:  Well, Your Honour, first I will tell you

        38          about some of the obstacles I ran into, but I

        39          think I need to bring you up to where we are

        40          today.  Part of the reasons that I have not been

        41          able to push my case forward is because I've hired

        42          incompetent lawyers.  I've hired lawyers who try

        43          to bill me $60,000 for doing nothing, took me to

        44          taxation.  Representing myself my defence was I

        45          wanted him to move my case forward.  He did not.

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Pendrell Place: Part 3- Transcript of hearing to dismiss Monk's claim S032263

37     MR. MONK:  Well, Your Honour, first I will tell you

        38          about some of the obstacles I ran into, but I

        39          think I need to bring you up to where we are

        40          today.  Part of the reasons that I have not been

        41          able to push my case forward is because I've hired

        42          incompetent lawyers.  I've hired lawyers who try

        43          to bill me $60,000 for doing nothing, took me to

        44          taxation.  Representing myself my defence was I

        45          wanted him to move my case forward.  He did not.

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Pendrell Place: Part 1 - Transcript of Hearing to Dismiss for Want of Prosecution Chris Monk's claim S032263 against Ascent Real Estate Management Corporation

S032263 Transcript Chambers 2014 June 26


 

 

 

 

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               Discussion re procedural matters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         1                                   June 26, 2014

         2                                   Vancouver, BC

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         4          (CHAMBERS COMMENCED AT 2:24 P.M.)

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         6     THE REGISTRAR:  Calling number 13, Monk versus Crowe,

         7          and that's an hour and a half time estimate,

         8          My Lord.

         9     MR. MONK:  Good day, Your Honour.

        10     MS. PICOTTE-LI:  Lisa Picotte-Li for Ascent Real Estate

        11          Management Corporation and Michael Roach the

        12          applicants and defendants in this action.

        13     THE COURT:  Ms. Picotte-Li.

        14     MR. MONK:  And my name is Chris Monk.  I am the

        15          plaintiff.  I am self-represented.

        16     THE COURT:  Right.  Mr. Monk.

        17     MR. MONK:  Yes.  And, Your Honour, there are a few

        18          preliminary issues that I'd like to address before

        19          the hearing proceeds, if possible.

        20     THE COURT:  What are those preliminary issues?

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