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Trial Transcript CMB 11535
June 09, 2004 - page 3
1 THE COURT: 60-day notice. And that expired when?
2 MS. MILLARD: The 11th of -- the 11th of May?
3 THE COURT: May. Now, is Mr. Canada still on the
5 MS. MILLARD: Yes, he is.
6 THE COURT: Then you're asking for forfeiture of
7 the rental agreement, verbal rent agreement, back rent
8 daily damages, and cost of suit. Is that correct?
9 MS. Millard: I'm sorry, sir?
10 THE COURT: you're asking for forfeiture of the
11 rental agreement, restitution of the property?
12 MS. MILLARD: Right. I've asked him to pay me
13 what he owes me. He owes me 4 month's rent.
14 THE COURT: I don't see a three-day. I only see a
15 60-day notice.
16 MS. MILLARD: I didn't put that in the agreement.
17 I thought I would do that later.
18 THE COURT: No. 'Cause I can only proceed on the
19 60-day notice. That's what you filed with the Court.
20 MS. Millard: Okay.
21 THE COURT: Counsel, why should Mr. Canada still
22 reside on the premises?
23 MR. MOORE: If I may inquire of Ms. Millard, your
21 Honor, or if you would like to do so.
25 THE COURT: Go right ahead.
26 MR. MOORE: Ms. Millard, is it true that the only