PRACTISER: ‘The case will be over shortly. The summary on the blog is, as usual, riddled with both factual and legal inaccuracies as will become clear to everyone shortly. It is so wrong, that I seriously doubt if the advice it purports to interpret actually came from the firm of lawyers in question’.
‘THE CASE WILL BE OVER SHORTLY.’
Then why did you and Dr. McCorkindale state that the Trust committee will ‘do everything in its power to resist the case coming back to court’, PRACTISER? Why also did you and Dr. McCorkindale claim repeatedly that the defender’s signing of a TRUST DEED prevented the court hearing from taking place, and why, finally, PRACTISER, have you and Dr. McCorkindale argued that it is legally incompetent for the Trust to take the action any further?
YOU ARE BOTH VERY SERIOUSLY WRONG ON
ALL OF THOSE COUNTS.
PRACTISER: ‘THE SUMMARY ON THE BLOG IS, AS USUAL, RIDDLED WITH BOTH FACTUAL AND LEGAL INACCURACIES AS WILL BECOME CLEAR TO EVERYONE SHORTLY.’
The summary on this blog accurately reflects expert legal opinion, PRACTISER – opinion which has now been confirmed by insolvency specialists, and an experienced TRUST DEED consultant.
PRACTISER: ‘IT IS SO WRONG THAT I SERIOUSLY DOUBT IF THE ADVICE IT PURPORTS TO INTERPRET ACTUALLY CAME FROM THE FIRM OF LAWYERS IN QUESTION.’
The advice came from Messrs. Harper MacLeod, LL.P. The truth is, PRACTISER, that you had never before encountered such a case in your ‘puff’, yet you ‘made it up as you went along’ in the belief that no one would DARE question your authority, just as in the first instance you concocted a fictitious debt on which to base your false premises!
The membership eagerly awaits your response.