responsible manner, the “Vehicle” referenced 1) would have never been sold to anelderly lady and a disabled man neither of whom presented any visible means of income; 2) the debt would have been satisfied by the Guardian of Property for JeanCaffrey in 2002
; and/or 3) the debt would have been satisfied by the Caffrey Estate,upon her death April 2003
; and this matter would not be wasting this Court’s precioustime.Mr. Austin, Jr. is an attorney, licensed to practice in the State of Georgia, as anofficer of the Court and is to be held to stringent ethics. Mr. Austin, Jr. has deceivedthis Court attempting to show that Plaintiff and Mr. Stegeman aloneentered into acontract; that Mr. Stegeman is the sole party responsible for the debt; and that therehave been no related cases. All three statements would be deceitful. Plaintiff hascommitted a fraud upon this Court in an attempt to make Mr. Stegeman liable for adebt that should have been settled in 2002 or at the latest, in 2003.
May 1998 Defendant, who is 100% Federally disabled
, and hiselderly aunt Jean Caffrey who, at the time was seventy-eight years old, visited JohnBleakley RV Center. A salesman talked Ms. Caffrey into buying a 1998 Winnebago.The salesman filled out the Loan Application
which claimed that Ms.Caffrey (principal on the loan) made $12,000 monthly and had 500K in the bank,which was untrue; the application also shows that the Defendant Mr. Stegeman (co-signer) was retired rather than disabled and made $1000 monthly.Mr. Stegeman had faith that the lender would check theircredentials and deny
Heritage Bank was notified upon appointment of Caffrey’s Guardian of Property, JohnC. Joyner, who sold Caffrey’s house September 2002, the house was to be back-up for the “Vehicle” loan and there were substantial assets to take care of the loan, or Joyner could have petitioned the Court to take care of the “Vehicle” matter
Heritage Bank was notified upon Caffrey’s Death and sent a Death Certificate, HeritageBank obviously decided they would make more money not filing against the Guardian or Caffrey’s Estate; Stegeman was not Administrator, executor, personal representative, a beneficiary or heir of the Estate