from: Hugh J. Cameronhcameron@smss.com to: firstname.lastname@example.org: Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 2:59 PMsubject: FW: WITHOUT PREJUDICEWITHOUT PREJUDICEDear Mr. MurrayMr. McGuigan has sent your email (below) to me for response.As he advised you previously, when you first called him, his companyagrees to sell you the Property for the sum of $100,000.00 on an "as is"basis, without further adjustments.If you agree to purchase the Property, and have the funds to do so, thenplease deposit those funds, in trust, with your own lawyer. Please havehim or her contact me to arrange to close the transaction.Given the pending resumption of the Appeal hearing, this must be donebefore noon on Thursday. This can all be accomplished in that timeperiod.If you do not have a lawyer, you need one, as we are not in a positionto act for both sides of the transaction.Of course, any such agreement for sale will include a Release, in a formacceptable to our client and the Royal Bank, in favour of both ourclient AND Royal Bank, with respect to the alleged improper evictionand, also, the immediate withdrawal of your Appeal, without costs toeither party. This will allow the sale to you to be completed on termsacceptable to our client.If this is acceptable to you, please confirm this by return email.If it is NOT acceptable to you, then please continue your Appeal.Please note that this response to your offer to our client to buy theProperty is on a WITHOUT PREJUDICE basis, meaning, that this agreement,if concluded, is not an admission of liability by anyone, whatsoever,and neither you, nor our client, will disclose these discussions(which you instigated) to the Court at any time.This is not subject to any further negotiation or extension.