THE REST OF THE OOGUR EMAIL
By email on Thursday, August 23, 2022 at 4:41 PM, (see pdfs on previous page), ASK Process Serving agreed to print, sign, file and serve my proceeding to change the hearing date of August 31, 2022 for my appeal filed on December 21, 2022. ASK Process Serving quoted a flat fee of $200 for this work.
However, on Friday August 26, 2022 at 3:15 PM, end of business day in Montreal, Anonkumar Oogur suddenly declares:
“The court has not filed the notice of hearing date. Reason they need the original. Make 3 copies of documents”.
In an email on Friday, August 26th, 2022 at 4:33 PM, Oogur then states:
“One of the clerk talk to two other clerk.they tall me they need the original. [sic]”.
In other words, three probate clerks had refused to let Anonkumar Oogur, a professional process server, sign as Pageot’s agent.
Pageot wanted to speak to these clerks herself to resolve the issue, but Oogur refused to identify them, claiming he didn’t need to know their names. They were in the probate section.
(Pageot later faxed a demand letter to Probate Supervisor, Laura Hill, requesting the names of the three probate clerks. “KD” responded subsequently to that fax while Rejecting Pageot’s revised procedure, a Requisition to change her Appeal hearing date, under a new form number gleaned from two registry offices on Monday, 29 August 2022. KD, who seems to be Kristen Day, known to fill in for Laura Hill, denied that the probate clerks had refused to let Oogur sign as Pageot’s agent, demanding instead her original signature as a condition of filing.)
Pageot and Oogur then exchanged e-mails on Friday evening the 26th of August, 2022, on Saturday, August 27th and on Monday, August 29th, with Oogur persisting that “the court” wanted Pageot’s original signature. It is clear from Oogur, in his emails with Pageot, that he was blaming “the court” and three probate clerks for his own refusal to print, sign, file and serve Pageot’s now-urgent procedure.
The pretext, however, may have been invented by several parties (not the least being the AG) in collaboration with Oogur so that he could block Pageot’s procedure and refuse to do what he had agreed to do on August 24, 2022 for a flat fee of $200, namely: print, sign as Pageot’s agent, file and serve the procedure, with proof of service in the record.
It has all the colour of deliberate obstruction intended to be dilatory by misdirecting Pageot, and wasting her time and scarce resources, to try to deflect her allegations against the PGT to keep them out of the formal court record under a court stamp.
In fact, something similar happened when I hired West Coast Title to file my Notice of Dispute against the PGT on April 5, 2019. The probate clerks gave it its own file number, apparently isolating it, rather than placing my allegations of theft, fraud, forgery and perjury against the PGT where they belonged, in Marina’s so-called “probate” file.
Pageot Contacts Laura Hill, Supervisor of the Probate Division, Vancouver Law Courts, to Identify the Three Clerks Who, According to Oogur, Had Refused to Let Him Sign and File Her Proceedings as Her Agent.
MISSIVE TO LAURA HILL
It appears that the response came not from Laura Hill, but from “KD“, who received a copy of this fax to Hill, and referred to it in rejecting my revised procedure (denying me the right to file it), a Requisition with the appropriate form number, uploaded to the PGT’s fake probate file for Marina via Court Services Online before midnight on Sunday, August 29, 2022. For KD’s response, see below the first and second embedded PDF files entitled “Rejected VLC-S-P-180330” after “CSO Filing Package Details“.
PAGEOT’S REVISED PROCEDURE
In the procedure below, note that the following paragraphs represent revisions and/or additions to Pageot’s procedure:
- The form number and form title;
- the opening line commencing “Filed by“;
- the word “Required“;
- numbered paragraphs 1 and 2;
- numbered paragraphs 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10;
- the section title, “The Pandemic ‘Travel Ban’“;
- numbered paragraph 11;
- numbered paragraph 23;
- numbered paragraph 24, 25;
- numbered paragraph 24, moreover, contains a reference to the audio recording and transcript of a telephone conversation Pageot had with Montreal police officer Taillefer on March 08, 2022, proving that the police had her name and address on file since April 11, 2016 in a lost wallet report; and that the PGT would therefore have immediately located her when her mother died;
- numbered paragraph 25;
- numbered paragraphs 27, 28, 29;
- the section title “Unable to act sooner …“;
- numbered paragraph 36;
- take note of Pageot’s invocation of “inherent jurisdiction” at numbered paragraph 38;
- numbered paragraphs 39 and 40 (the latter referring to an Xpresspost incident that will be material in the file, viz. the brazen attempted theft of notarized evidence against the PGT out of Pageot’s incoming mail in Montreal: an envelope of death certificates from the PGT’s undertaker, Christopher Benesch of Earth’s Option ordered and paid for by Pageot);
- numbered paragraphs 41 and 43;
- Pageot had no choice but to change the date of her signature to Monday, 29 August 2022 @ 11:15 pm, Montreal time.
Requisition — General
Request To Adjourn And Reschedule Hearing
Form 17 (PD 28) (2022-08-29)
By fax and email on Tuesday, August 30th, 2022 at 1:28 AM, Pageot served notice of her newly uploaded Requisition, en liasse with FIling Package Details, upon the Regional Manager of the PGT with copies to Laura Hill and in-house counsel for the PGT, Darren D. Stewart et als.
CSO Filing Package Details
Despite Pageot’s Invocation of “Inherent Jurisdiction” (of Justice Basran) at Paragraph 38 of her Requisition, “KD” for the Court Rejects Pageot’s attempt to file her Request to Adjourn and Reschedule Her Appeal Hearing concerning the PGT’s theft and devastation (devastavit ) of a multi-million-dollar estate from which property is missing and unaccounted for, but the PGT has forced payment through court, without a hearing, for the PGT’s so-called “administration” of the stolen property.
By email on Tuesday, August 30th, 2022 at 4:14 PM Pageot seeks the identity of “KD” who Rejected Her Requisition to Postpone her Appeal Hearing of the BC government’s hijacking of a multi-million-dollar estate from which property is missing and unaccounted for.
As we say in Quebec, procedure is the servant, not the master. Using procedure to destroy the substance of a claim is an affront to justice, in particular when the party who filed the claim has invoked the court’s inherent jurisdiction to remedy what KD would call an “insufficiency”, and thus to make a judicial decision for or against her procedure.
A vague reply from AG CSO Support AG:EX
Pageot suspected that “KD” referred to Kristen Day, who stands in for Laura Hill (Probate Supervisor) when she is absent. KD merely cited procedural reasons for rejecting Pageot’s request to postpone her Appeal hearing, then claimed that a copy of the non-filed and “rejected” procedure, allegedly shown to Judge Basran, would be enough for “him” (KD uses the Marxist plural “them“, apparently obligatory in the BC legal system) to decide whether to accept or dismiss it.
But, of course, if you refuse to FILE a procedure, the judge is under no obligation whatsoever to take notice of it, to either grant it or dismiss it. In other words, the judge is relieved of a politically volatile decision, using court staff to wield the axe. And the victim of the denial of audi alteram partem, which permeates the entire phony probate file used by the PGT as camouflage to steal a multi-million-dollar property, is once again formally denied the right to be heard, even to request the Court’s indulgence. In the end, both “justice” and the victim of its systematic denial are struck down.
However, if “all the world’s a stage” and “All’s Well that Ends Well“, this particular play has not yet ended.