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wn 10 1. 12 13 14 15 16 a7 18 19 20 21 22. 23 24 25 26 27 28 AND a PETITIONER: ROBERT BASSI RESPONDENT: SUSAN BASSI FOR THE PETITIONER: IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA SANTA CLARA COUNTY BEFORE, THE HONORABLE MARY ANN GRILLI, JUDGE DEPARTMENT 83 --~o00--~ ~--000-— No. 6-12-FL-009065 REPORTER'S TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDING September’ 9, 2014'~ 9:00 a.m. APPEARANCES: FOR THE RESPONDENT: COURT REPORTER: =--000--— BRADFORD BAUGH “AtEorney at, baw _ ‘SUSAN BASST In Propria Persona STEPHANIE ESTES CSR No. 12452 STEPHANIE ESTES, CSR #12452 000: THE COURT: Number 9, Bassi. THE RESPONDENT: Good morning, Your Honor. Susan Bassi, respondent, self-represented. ' MR. BAUGH: Brad Baugh for Mr. Bassi, who's present. this to our meet and confer person but not here yet. So, are you all in agreement as to exactly what's on today, because there seems to be a myriad of different things? MR. BAUGH: Well, I think the Court has ruled on almost everything. THE COURT: Well, I looked at Mr. Hales’ latest docmment and I'm not quite clear that we're there. So, pexhaps you and Ms. Bassi could look at that last document and see if you agree that where we are is what he says where we are? MR. BAUGH: Oh, T agree with Mr. Hales* document. THE COURT: Okay. Well, I'd like you to go talk anyway = MR. BAUGH: Okay- ++ THE-couRT: - —~ and-Let-me-knom.~, - (Whexeupon other court matters were heard.) TRE COURT: Mr. Baugh, let's take up your matter, which is number 9. And could I have the file, please? Counsel, could we have your appearance, please? MR. BRUGH: Brad Baugh appearing for the petitioner, who is personally present. STEPHANIE ESTES, CSR #12452 Cet he Oe 10 a 12 13 14 15 16 WwW 18 19 20 21 22 23 248 25 26 27 28 THE RESPONDENT: Susan Bassi, respondent, self-represented. a. |. ees sworn, please. ROBERT BASSI and SUSAN BASSI, being called, after having been first duly sworn to tell the truth, were examined-‘arid testified ad follows: ee of ‘tie PETITIONER: 1 do. THE RESPONDENT: I do. - | ees trying to get files stacked up here. Now, before we get in to contested matters, aze there any issues upon which there is an agreenent? THE RESPONDENT: ‘There's not, Your Honor. ‘THE COURT: (Okay, Well, then we're: going. to: go: (my order. Has the issue of the wording of the order. from, “a3 ‘ved? May.2 been res: MR. BAUGH: Yes,-Your Honor, you've issued an perder. THE RESPONDENT: You just “isstied that: THE COURT: ‘Okay, so that one's done. Thank you. -