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March 17, 2010, "Hearsay" Affidavit of Candy LeBlanc " not credible and not trustworthy", sworn by legal assistant to Lawyer George LeBlanc & Partner of Law Firm Cox & Palmer is then allowed as evidence by Mr Justice Zoel R. Dionne while the incredulous source had earlier in same matter been discovered perjuring himself.

March 17, 2010, "Hearsay" Affidavit of Candy LeBlanc " not credible and not trustworthy", sworn by legal assistant to Lawyer George LeBlanc & Partner of Law Firm Cox & Palmer is then allowed as evidence by Mr Justice Zoel R. Dionne while the incredulous source had earlier in same matter been discovered perjuring himself.

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TO VIEW VIDEOS CLICK BESIDE HERE: http://justicedonedirtcheap.blogspot.ca/ Affidavit of Candy LeBlanc, legal assistant to Lawyer George LeBlanc admits and therefore confirms that the strategy of her employer Lawyer George H. LeBlanc is to flood the Court of Queens Bench with Affidavits based on "Hearsay" requiring the expression "do verily believe" in fact in the subject affidavit of Candy LeBlanc are confirmations such as this excerpt: "as a result of being advised by David A. Daneliuk of the inability to serve Andre Murray" this following excerpt is ironic as David A. Daneliuk was discovered in his act of swearing a false Affidavit regarding (erroneous) Process Service of Court Documents upon Andre Murray nevertheless here we see Candy LeBlanc diametrically providing affidavits to Court of Queens Bench who Mr. Justice Zoel R. Dionne hearing the matter experiences the obfuscation as evidential substantive material.



Court file MC-0642-09: IN THE COURT OF QUEEN’S BENCH OF NEW BRUNSWICK, TRIAL DIVISION, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF Moncton. Court File Number: MC/0642/09, BETWEEN: Plaintiffs ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, 501376 N.B. Ltd. a body corporate, and Defendant, ANDRE MURRAY.



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The Lawsuit is over alledged conversion of property, and became litigation based on interpretation of the Residential Tenanies Act of New Brunswick and The Property Act of New Brunswick.

TO VIEW VIDEOS CLICK BESIDE HERE: http://justicedonedirtcheap.blogspot.ca/ Affidavit of Candy LeBlanc, legal assistant to Lawyer George LeBlanc admits and therefore confirms that the strategy of her employer Lawyer George H. LeBlanc is to flood the Court of Queens Bench with Affidavits based on "Hearsay" requiring the expression "do verily believe" in fact in the subject affidavit of Candy LeBlanc are confirmations such as this excerpt: "as a result of being advised by David A. Daneliuk of the inability to serve Andre Murray" this following excerpt is ironic as David A. Daneliuk was discovered in his act of swearing a false Affidavit regarding (erroneous) Process Service of Court Documents upon Andre Murray nevertheless here we see Candy LeBlanc diametrically providing affidavits to Court of Queens Bench who Mr. Justice Zoel R. Dionne hearing the matter experiences the obfuscation as evidential substantive material.



Court file MC-0642-09: IN THE COURT OF QUEEN’S BENCH OF NEW BRUNSWICK, TRIAL DIVISION, JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF Moncton. Court File Number: MC/0642/09, BETWEEN: Plaintiffs ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, 501376 N.B. Ltd. a body corporate, and Defendant, ANDRE MURRAY.



http://justicedonedirtcheap.blogspot.ca/



The Lawsuit is over alledged conversion of property, and became litigation based on interpretation of the Residential Tenanies Act of New Brunswick and The Property Act of New Brunswick.

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