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The ReceJVer sha11 be paid his usual hourly billable rate, not to exceed

2 S475.00. Al1 costs incurred by the Receiver and his attorneys in the performance of their

", dUlles, mc]uding, but not 1Jmlted to. their fees. shal1 be paid hom the sale proceeds

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S "\ny and al1 expenses of tile operation of tile Estate are the risk of the
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- ! I ReeeJ v ershJp. and not the' personal obi igati on of the Recei \' er.
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l) The RcccJ\ cr me!) }:-;SUc RecclH:,rship Certi licates In increments of

S I.! S] 0.000.00 bcming interest at eight percent (8%) per annum for up to $50,000.00 to any

Y II person or panics A11 funds loaned to the ReCClvcr pursuant to such Receivership

j0 CeI1Jtlcate(5) shall be deemed 1O be a hen of tlrst pnunty whleh shall be repald pnor to all

11 other encumbrances and claims, other than costs of administration.

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10. The Recelver and the parties to this case may, at any time, apply to
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this Court for fmiher or other instmctions or orders and for further powers necessary to
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enable the Receiver to perform the Receiver's duties properly.
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l6 Ii 1]. Upon close of escrow, the ReceIver shall hold the net proceeds of the

17 II sale of the Property and before distributing it to Zemik, deduct from that amount (1) any

l8 II artomey's fees or costs granted to Samaan by this Court, (2) any damages incidental to the

1911 decree of specific performance granted to Samaan and (3) the Receiver's fees and expenses

20 II incurred as described herein.


2] II 12. The parties, and each of them, on receipt of this Order shall provide
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the Receiver with the tax identification numbers utilized by the PROPERTY. The
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Receiver shall also be entitled to utilize the tax Identification numbers during his operation
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of the receivership estate.
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27 I whether in the Receiver's Judgment there is sufficient insurance coverage. With respect to

28 i any insurance coverage, the Receiver shall be named as an additional insured on the

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policies for the period that the Recen'e[ sha11 be in possession of the estate. Ifsufflclent

2 insurance coverage does not exist the Receiver shall lmmecl1ateJy notify the parties to this
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]avvsuit anci sha]] havc thirty (30) calendar ciays to procure sufficient a]]-risk and Jiabihty

4 II insurance (1!1 the estate (including earthquake and flood msurancc) provided, however, that

) i' 11th..:: f{ccl';\Cr doc~ not have suffiCJent funds to dc' so. the rZl'Cclver shal1 seek mstructlons

() II from tll( (Iun \vith regard to \\hcther lllsuranCt shall be obt;m1ed and how it is to be paid

fOl. If CI1J1'~lstt'n1 with c\.istinE' ],1\\. the Receiver sha11 m'1 bc' responslole for claims ansl11f'

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],:t The Recei\Cf shal1 he authonzed to pZI'. ai11egal obligations urthe
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PROPERT)' outstanding and coming due.
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12 l5. Zcmik and his respective agents, employees, representatives and

J 3 I/anyone aC!JJ1g in concert with them are ordered forthwith to take all steps reasonably

14 II necessary to enable the Receiver to administer the receivership estate and to exercise

15 ii management and control over the PROPERTY, including but not limited to:
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(a) Forthwith providing the ReCClVcr with 21]1 keys, books of accounts,
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records, opnJting statements, budgets, rcal estate tax and other bills, notices and all
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20 (b) Cooperating wlth the Receiver to enable him to sell PROPERTY to

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16. The parties and their respective agents. employees. representatIves

7 II and anyone acting in concert with them are hereby enjoined and restrained from engaging

3 rim any action which interferes with or frustrates the Recel\cr's ability to administer the
411 receivership estate and exercise management and control over the PROPERTY.

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?0<2> . Jltt)d2Jt~i.t~mJPERIOR COURT
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PROOF OF SERVICE

2 SJ.AIF OF C~UFORi\JA. C01.JNTY OF LOS ANGELES


3 :I I am employed in the County of Los-'\ngeles: ] am over the age oieighteen
vears and not a party to the within entitled action; my business address IS 333 South Hope
4 II Street, 48th Floor, Los Angeles, California 90071-1448.

':;:1 On October 26. 2007. I served the fol1owing doeument(s) described as [PROPOSED]
ORDER APPOIl'"TING DAVID .1. PASTERNAK AS RECEIVER on the 1nlcrested
6 Ii party(ies) in this action by placing true copies thereof enclo.<;cd in sealed envelopes and/OJ
packages addressed as follows
Robert J. ShUIK11J, I~.sq. Joseph ZC1I1lK
s The Law Department 320 S. Peck Dnve
ColdwelJ Banker Residential Beverly BIlls, California 90212
C) Brokerage Company jzl234S(ZL<,:'arthlinknct
11611 San VJcente Blvd .. Nintl] Floor
I (l i! Los AnQeles. C:\ 90049-651 (I
Facsimile: (310) 447-1902
1J I robcrt.shulkin(a,camoves.com

BY MAl L: I am "readily familiar" with the finn's practice of collection and


]211 0 processing correspondence for mailing. Under that practice it would be deposited
13 v./ith the U.S. postal service on that same day with postage thereon fu]]y prepaid at
Los Angeles, California in the ordmary course of business. I am aware that on
14 motion of the party served, service is presumed invaljcJ if posta] cancellatJon date or
postage metCI date is more than one day after date of cieposJt for malling in
15 affidavit.

16 0 BY OVERNIGHT DELIVERY: I served such envelupe or package to be


delivered on the same day to an authonzed courier or driver authorized by the
17 overnlght servicc carrier to reCC1VC documents, in an envelope or package
designated by the overnight service carrier.
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19 office of the addressee(s).

20 110 BY ELECTRONIC MAIL: I caused to be prepared and sent an email to the party
listed below at the e-mail address shown on the service Jist.
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~ STATE: J declare under penalty of peTjury under the Jaws of the State of
22 California that the foregoing is true and correct.

23 Executed on October 26, 2007, at Los Angeles. California.


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CAUFORNIA .
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( -' I. I r II II .. I .\ RESIDENTIAL PURCHASE ~GREEMENT
~~~ ,\ .. ~ 0 ( 1.\'\ I (/ .. AND JOINT ESCROW INSTRUCTIONS
... () r II r. l" I. rOil' .,. Fot U.e WIlf1 SI"91oe 1::un1ly bslclenlUl ~ - Alia,," Of ~
(C.A,JIll'orm Ml,t,-e.t.. "'""iuct 101021
~I.e 1~H....t-r~2~ .; _ A,"uh &;.111 ' c.'~ia.
1. OF;:E~:
,.,. THIS IS A", OfF'Dl FRQI,l _~ __
...f~lL:·"'~A""L..JSIl;" 'llJnl.- . rB~)
e THE Af.AL P1<O~E.l'm' TO e, ACOI.IIl.£D II anent•• ~5 320 S. Peek ~ ..... ~&.1v 8,>,';1., 9 90ZU
___ .AS~Ncr,~r(riNC j;ZS .. C;4-C2l ~",

8(:Y'u;y }4;l( County r:J Loa AAqr19# . ~ ... 1·~I'lJl)e"'f).


C. 'n1£ PURCH.ASE PRlC~ .~er~c ~ On- J1.ill.1 Q n ,su ~ Srcl:lty :'hoc'AIld
. __ . .. _ _ _ ~~ $ .c. ......{~7~"..QI<JO""QIo:.o...lQt...O'- _
D. CLOSE Of f:SCI'lOW Sh.1I OcellI On _. uctQPeZ'.1.5 20"" :o~lItl (or ~ 0;)1" Abl "'~t3""'"')
:; ~N.""C£ 'r£}l~: Obla<f\'~' l~ Ic.~ below IS a contrnll"'l;)' Of mil ~~.mtm unJQ$l: {I) .~, 2K Dr ~ IS et>_.c t>.aow or III) 0lhIt'-
89reec In "",non<; Bccyei ~n.1 act dll'9.n11y ana In good faith It; octlin 1M ae~_ed ~ Obla""nc; aeposrl. 0-'1 ~yTTlI!nl'r'ld d~ng lX>StI no aO'
• conbrlQmc:y. Buy.' repr~ms maj tuftOS WI. ~ good when deQOS"ed..-(/l E,c:row Hold".
,.,. INlTlAL OEPOSlT: 9"Yer nas 9"""'~. ,n!l'lC .mount Of. $ 10,OCO.00
l~ ,..,., ~n: su~m,'n>n. tile O~I (0" It> Q ~ _ \. b y ~ \'SQ"" ctte<:lo
(or C. _ I ~ P'OlyIO~ to _

...hlC'l 1,.,;:1 ~ Mia lInC2~M 11M. Acceptance Ind then Q~o!>Ol.eC1 "'lltIm 3 ll .... . - o~~ aile, ~nca
10' ::::; _ _ _ ). Wllf\
Esccw< Mold"" (Qr Q ,nto 8'010," trvst ac;count). $ _
6- INCREASED OEPO$/1: buyer ,h:>~ oeoosrt ,",'Ul EsC'''''' Holder an ,ncreased deposn II' TIle amQUl"J! of
w,vlln Dey, Ao:aotal\C&. or 0 AI\~r _
c nRST LOAN IN TH~ A.MOUNT OF . $ 1.336,000.00
11) NEW FV~I ;;"'.0 of T"'''I ," hi"'" aI ler>Ctl. enCUrnberrng Iht Property . . . OJnno. nCllill Pclyallle al malOmu<l1
,nlel1l~ Of '. 50Q -" l'dOra., Or ;;. QDC '4 ,MIa' aalu'tallie I"lIte WIltla mlXlmum in~tst ta1t
of ._~$L. 'J.. b.. lan~ dve 11 30 ye~... mortlJtC 30 ow,.. yea~ BU)e' ,110/\
~v lo;l n '~s/:lolnIS nOl 10 el~ (Thew leltl'l!l apDly..m.lhor " . deaign. .a IOen
IS ~,., .. e-nuon:tl F;..tA Or VA ]
(2) 0 ~HA :=
VA ,l~ IollOoOling 1etr"6 only apoly lC the HiA or Vf11Oe" tn.t IS ~.)
Sf~r ~al Day ._ 0/, ""c:aurl1 po,"," Stilt' 51'1811 pay l>!IIar ten net a ~ III be ~od by 8vva r .
:-, n01 IC e.cee-d : Seller '''ai,
pay IIIe ~t ~ let\dIIr re~d !Wpaira (Includln;
'those 10, wOOd ~~ ~ Olhel'WlU prO¥id.cl 'or ,n til II .t.;r.ernent. C not Ie 8lCOHO
Ci'SD"OY'!>O
S_ _ _ _ . _ _ _ IAc:II;lllo.n ....-.o..nt ~y orw;;re."
if mot1g'oe ,n&cur.Ince prerrwrTa, 11/1\01"0
' - or c:IOUlg r;n$l!! are Ilnancea )
O. ADDITIONAL FINA~NG T~RMS: :J ~lJer fmancrlg, Ie "-It I'arm Sf',&.): QlMCXlI'IOatY f",ano"G.
167,000.00
(C .... R ~orm >'M c.a,a~fOlof\ 4A) ~ . ... ... . .-

~ B'ALA~U~Q\ASI""-let
(.'01 In ClulSlng ~ oIDDft'M1Q lOaM OIt1O elMr d!Mlnll coI~lll\ tile amount ot S 157 ( OOC. 00
Ie be ".poS:leC WIt"' ~:>CfOW ~ wiI'Irn .LI1fI~1 brne :0 ~ ncrow
~ pultCkASf PI'tICE (TOTALl·. . ,.. . ..S 1,670, 000.00
G L~N ... ~p.,IC,l.TIONS: Wrt~,n , (or [1 ) O:a,.. Ahr "a:zpUnc:a.!l\l)'C-' Ihall oro-illQ s.l_ra lII11erfr<rn IenClllt 0' rncn~ loan
or~ ~llllln'i te,al baled en a re-... cr 8Uye(S ""ll1en appiI~ anQ credl ~on. Buytr .. prfOQualitled Of pre8llllrDllell tor !he N~ IOtIn
,pec,fled '" 2: .0crJ.
H \/'ERIFIC,tlTION OF DOWN P,tl'()rllEWT AHO ClOSIHO COSTS: 8.,.".. (Qr eU)'llr'lI lender or lean broke, PU/'lUal'll 10 2G) 'hal~ ~In
7 lor 0 ) Day. Art.- A~l\Ce. P't>",oe Seller wnrten ve<Jf\utllln 01 Buy8(" clo"'" ~ymen' ano c:ang CCStS
.,O,tlN COJJl'l'lNGfNC'r' REMOVAl.: (;) WIlI>rn 1T (or C ) Day- Alter A=epl.anoe, lluyer ah.n as epedled in Pelagr;JpI'l 1., _
,.,e IOlln :.ol'I,ngwney or cancel r!ll$ Agree""'''l OR
tunCle(l .
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(if ;;:'eOledj 0 mt loa:: cont".oSle~ slWll "'!ma., in !'ft.cI U'tfit _ c1tmgn..-d ~ are

.). APMAl$AL COIJ/TtN(;(NCl' .,., R£IfOVAL, Tn. Ag..... ",.,,1 i'S (0,,- "cn-d<:e<l, 0 e NOT) oonttrl\lMlt ~n ttoe Propetty 'Pf!'Me'4l at ftC
Ie" Ih.n "'•• oeC1~ed purchak PI\CW. If 11\0,. IS .. 1oAf1 con'''Olrq, Ill'" \ltTle 1he Ie." CO/I""glnr;y" ""IClved (or, ItctlllCMd. (XI WI!ItIlI 17 lor
:-1_.- ) D~, AM' Acup'.nQl). Buyer shU, liS SPKlDel:l in paragraprl '4813~ ... ~ rNl app .. ..-l amk~ncy Qi' ear,eel U.II Agre..-nl.
If ~"e .. no '0.1\ """'"'98nl:)'. B~r .~.Ill ~ lIpeClNCl In pa.'-sl1lph '48(3). re"""'l ltw .OP......I ce"gnl1enc:y witnr" 11 (Dr ) O¥
A~ AC:Cl!Pt;ln~
I( C /11O LOA'" COlfTINGEN(;Y [If ~ ) OCU""n9 .n~ 101" rl p'r.;rapn, :zC, 2Il Dr else"l'tlere "., this~ ... It NOT • ccmrnpency ~ tn.
"'grnment If 8uyer oces nc'I Cilia" the Qn and as • ,...u~ eu,r.r clOes ncl PU,cnlM IIIe Prooeny, seller may bII ~ te Buye<. OtOOl~ or
other leg.1 r.l""ol!o~
L. [].Au. CASHOFF~ (If erle-cudl: No IoIIn .. ~ l1;) pUICIllt\e me ~tlY. Buyorr and Wlltlin 7 40t' 0
o.y, A~' ,,~, )
pro_ICe Se~r wlI,.n vellrll2bon 01 ~~ I\, no 1 tn close til•• tral\UC/JOn
3 CLOSItolG HO OCCU..... "'CY;
A. B..,..r ' nos ,or c: dOCS not '~ne) III occ.uP)lI~ F'1!>perty a. Bu~,., ptll'ft2ty ",elell.,c:a.
B S.",,-ocevpWd 0' ,,~unt p<o .... rty: OCGl4lanc:y ,nail be "ell"lnod Ilo 8lIy.r ~ 10 tz AM ~. 0 0
on !lie all. 01 Oow Of ~K""",;
[j on ,Q'C) ~ Iller l.">.n _ 0.".
All... CI~ 01 E.crow. iC.A~.'Dml P ~ 2 . )d~."alerof_.roet
oc~n~ 00 nol ~cc.ur al !he ,...". lime. e.ry.e r :arid S.IIe, ... .cl"'MO to. (II ....lIlr inlD • ~n oa::upancy
tfl3ur;anoe ano lege, aovlS-O<1
...." :'P"""Iil .. l~''' .... i.JfWI'J.' ~1;~:1 :, , .. I' 'J S ~,~ V"e ......~IUIO
f1: .... ..,..c'l"',., of ...... 10:11"'" ~ .,.. "ttoOr' ~,. 1)1 ~001 ~' ... c:r a"'t "',...
Bu~rs In"18m (

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Ape11t: Nlvle Samaan Phone: 43'l O~n1135 ~a:Il: r.J101 p~ usll'lg WlN"~ sofIw8..
a'c•• r: (;011."," 1. Gnffi" RUIII)~ lJ33 WKt>oeod 8.\,,,. Lea "'nQW~ C,tl 9002'

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'" .,,,,n; II60U to 'all...: "you ." uNlIlIe to c»l",... ~pe1'ty vacant In accoraatlco \IlIIItI NoftI ~ allCl othe-f arpikabN LM. 0\1 may
be ,n b<.ech of lhiI AgrMmftlt Y
OR Iii} Ii! eheCl<ed;
p"l~n3:·
= T..-n 10 ,~ irl ~.'!!lJOf\. T~ atlaenao loc..n<lWfl ~ I"'''''rt>~ IIllO tn. A(>-ment (C...... R Form F>........

OR (iiil (If O>eexeeJ G TillS AgrNflocnt 11 corlti"tOCrrt UDo, El\;~r aN:! ~Illr pnleriog ..,10 • wr1lll'" l~menI "'9I'0nsl OCCUl>lllCf of tile Pro~
...~n,n :nt lime spec~1eC ;r, N'.9'."~· :4BO~. Ii no ""ntten .~eoemol'lill reae;,-o _ trlll ~~. ~ eul"l' 60 Q.i.., _ , ;onl;»lll... .:.;.....-.;:JI.
In WI'lll19
D. I'\l Cl::"e ~ EscrOlN Salle< lIu'9 ns Ie B..... , any ..519nlll)!t .....,..nly '"'JI1:s fly nems I/'leJlJCI&d ,n _ ".., W>(j wi P(l;>vtdl ¥1y I~e Cop_
01 suen ...... rT~n(lr. B,o.e~ cannO! ano Will net tIl! ..m"ne ltIe ass'OnaOiITY 011ny ",ananlleS
~. "I CIoW Of E~cr')w. un~. ot'".,rw,•• ~r.1O '" -111"9. SQllr' ,han prolf'CSt "ey\ anOJor _ ...IS to cpara.. ~I iOO<s. "'MbOttl seOJl'lly 1)"11e""

aiarms anO 9"'"9" 00Q0' op.~ N ","operty 15 I conOM1lnoum or klcar.<l In I common ,n.. ~ 'UbO""~IQ" B~ mlY De reQUnc 10 ~ ~
oep~' Ie Tf'1. "'o~O"'ners Auce.. ~on rHOA"
to ~in "')'$ ~ ;I~lOle HOA tacjf~
... AUOC'I TION OF COSTS (If c~..,..eo): u~ten Olfltr-.-OW l~oeQ here IhiI oaragralln only ~.-.rnl~.no is 10 ~y~, Ike ,ape I\. ,napection. tMI'
or .. rvlOP _nhO~ If nOI Sllfcrl_d ~ Or .ls.... hrr? m ~ !',greemem. In. ao ..rm,natJon aI who It W pey tor any wort -=orrro'ri_ '" .oe1"lll1le<l
by any lUr;t> repon on'~dJCfl I~I or ~"'~ "'"II be Dy ttle metl\Oll_cif_ on ~"",raph ,4Bioll
A. 'NOOO DESTROYIIlIC ~ST I~~PECTI~:
11) C' Buyer IJ s.... r ~h •• p~ for ,n ,,,.. PPQion .rod ~pOr: tor WOOO cjgSlICY'f\9 ~11 I~ 0'Y'nosons ~pon; ""'1C!1 el'lail be I"'IOI~
Dy _ _ _ . .• ~ O'UaUDI pe~

CDmrol compaM) The R,ePOn ShlU COWr the '~Illie a~aJ ~ ~


me'" bYadll!i and ~ SlT\I=UIM encl. if
ChecJ<~ U ~t.c;hed 9"aoft Intl C¥PO~. 0 oelached dlCkS. 0 tha 101owo1lg _ 1Irue&u_ or .... 111
- - _ . - - - -- . The IUport lhA~
'"101 ,nCluoe roel CDn'lIng! "~'OP"rl)' 1$ a eonoorrm,l.l"l\ or ~ In • QOtlTTTlOn '_.w
~" ion t:le ~ .raI IIlClUllI OIllY ~ ..
~P""tl ,,,,orps; onC .ny Q.CJU"".·uN "''''.~ ~,"II .,anmrred aM ~h'lI "ot 'nauoa a>tT'VTlOn " ...,. un.... otrte-rwlW "'9.-<1 Wete< r~ cI
.. ~ower pans ", uooer Ie".
I un,l!""'y nOI ~ pertormeo wltho"' con8lCf\l Of the OWf\Q,.. Of proal"'" Delooo< !I'ot " ' - r
01'\ ~2) ~ rtf cr>ee""', T~I at;.et\eo "00""0= (C '" P.. 'orm ~") r~ln:long *000 lHAr(l\"1'lll _ I ''''_O,on aflCl llloQbC" .,/ cost Is .na>fl>ora1llCl

,nro 11'10 Aore-ment
ii. OTH!!" INSPECTIONS J. ND REPORTS
111 0
8u~r c::i Se~f .na~1 PWy to hlW sept,,; or ~....w ~'llit lkSpasal SySM'TII ~cIad _
12) L:' Iluye' 2 Sell~' $~.II pay Ie ~,ve domestIC well!. 1astld fer _~r POlIIll.ny 8nd prllOualVily ~_-_ _-
13) L: BuY.' ~
S~I~r ,hal cw>y ttl';I n:llur:ll ~~artl.zOfM oi&<:.\o,.ure ,~" vreP8"'d by ..$!..!.!.llt.l
....lI£,.J!'~ei!.h!J9z,."'·C81i!! . --
14) : : 8uyf'r 0
Soli" snail pay 10' thr to'lOw~ ~ec:llon 0' _ I I
(5) 0
6uywr :: ~e'" s"~11 PlY tor lhe 1011ow~ ,r>sptalon or 'II'Ort - _ _- -
c. GOV£R~Men "EOUIF'lEMf:NT5 AND ~ROFIT:
(1] [j Buyer ~ ~Iler ,nail pay 'lo, .m..... ~ataeto, ,nsulllbor1 M\dIOT waftr l\eatlr bracng. Ii "ou.., DV ~. ~, Ie Clole Of Et:.tow. Seller
~w provrOe Buy.' a W!'~n .ra .. rnenl or conIpl.noe '" ac:eoroance willi _ _ and IccaI Law lJl'\leu fJlten"Clt

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euyer Gl: Selle' V\ill ,,~ The ce'l ~ CO""p1,ancr wttI'I any othe' """'""'''' tnlncll10ty goval'TYTl8nl retrllIh Slancl.ard•• ..-aiol\& .no
",ports ~ feQlJ".o as ~ cond~lon at dOSrrlQ eilO'OW unO&! .ny a..-.
o. e:SC~ .a. NO nTLE: .
(1) [XI ~u~' ~ Sillier ,nail PlY ,,:ocrow iN ~J."'/~2
.......b'"-lllll)yar'!!!!~.rt.!:ll)iIldL..<1.../'_"L.......
:tlol..ll!&r!!£ _
E~cl""" ,.,OI<l.r ;nlll ~ ~ d fi q. Egro!'
12) :=J Bu~r (g ~".r '''aU p~y fer 0.....,.. rIlle ·n~rancr pollc;y ,pecdi~ on pa,.,gntpn 12 Ow k*f Ti t.l. C!?!¥:Ipy!!'oIDY CeJADow
o...ner , ~,rlt: pOlICy Ie 0. _.,." by --
(&Uy8r .1'11111 rlay fe' any tIlle ",~u'ance POIC( insurrng iluyer:ll~ncs.r. un.... ottlerw_ agree<! r. ....illng.)
E. OTHr:R COSTS,
{1) [j BUyi'r IZ S.lIe, Sha' pay County I .. ~ r l:lx or mlns~r IH _
(2l :=J Bu"..' (X s.n., ,~~ p~y City lIan,f., Q. Of trilnslllrlK
_
(3) 0 Bl.-YC' C seller snll" o:Jy HOA l,anRr ~ ----
14) 0 ~I.Yfr j. s".... ~all pay HOA ~ n \ Pf1JllIr.tlQn lee. ~ - --- ~

I!I) C. Buye' III s..., slIail pay tile :cst nor to uCHd S 350 QR. . of I on~r-" hom. _rnIt!ty pl;n.
,,..ued by O n t .Am.cdc:;a; €pM liyomty/Dor::t Qz..-p
w~~ rn" /ollQwln9 01l~0n.;1 eo""'1l/8
(6) Q il"yel 0 Slll~' ~1\lIJ1 pay /or ~ .• -----

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S. STATUTORY DISCLOSURfS /lHCLUOING L!.AtHIA5a> P/O.'HT~..c OISCLOSU"fS) AND CA~TlOI'f~'TS:. .
/0.. (1) S.lIer ,~aJl _111m the ~_ ap"~ in par;tgnaph 1....... delw, W Buy.r. if '''Qund Oy u.. (I) ' _ r . LI"'..e-.d Plm! OiSClO&ures .,.,
p~mp_ ("LA'" ~V'O'_.'). Ir'Id IIi) Ol5dcsu... ()( ~O'lcas ,eQlJlfee by ~O"S "02 et. WQ. anll , 103 til Mq. 01 tile C.urvmoa CMI COde
r S~lllrory o-"C~_l Stawtory O""CI06~s ,nClua~ but _ not 'milt(! 10. a Rrll U\3llf lranst.. r DslClosunr SI.tement rTOS°), N8lUtW
Hlllrc D1Kl~'e SUnemem rN~D"). nol,e. or aClu;o1 1<rI_1adge 01 rrlen" of 1&ell~1 con~ aubaatnca. notlce 01 c:poc:iaI &alt et'\dIOI
",,~U""nI' 10' If .lloweO. ""OIll1tlNlly eQu",a~nt notic. ra~rd"'" tne Mello-Aoos Corn~ Facifl",a Aa and ~_nt 80tlCl ACI at
, 9'51 ~nd r/ Seller ~a, a::tual 'nowlrclgP. In mcUslrial un aM m't!ary ortlrrarlOa IocatlO'l o~ur. (CAR. Form SSC).
(2) &iyer sha~ ...ifn., T'" "rTW soecrhed 'n ~'1I9raph 1-411(1) ~tur" Sigone<l COl'les o.
t/'lf Sl.Mory anCl LNd PiadaovrM to sel~
(3. In Irw avent Sill., pnor Ic C/o.. 01 ;;scraw. beCT:l~' ;I.... ;,1It of . 0 _ c;ondrtio~ """"naUy .... ~Ing ltIe Pt~. or any ....lInal
'""ccuraey ,n Ol:'.r;Jo~ure~ In'ormaf.on Of '~a~ntalonns ~'i1Ou,Jy proo.rrotod 10 Suye' cA ...hictI 1Xl~ • olt>crw.,.. unawlre. Sellef SI'IalI
,'.-, '"~ •• '"'u,_ " 'h~" ,,__ .' ""~ '0 _ ... _~"' __ . ~ _ _ M
thlelolU", st>aoll not De . . Qul....c 'or o:o"~ltlen5 .nd _ "..I ,nac:cutXI8' (J~I~ itt ~tt8 onle d paid fOr lIS' &UV-.
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Buyers l"~l"! ( { __ } ~
S.IIer'S In,aall ( )( ) ~
Co"""nnlr.5;1·:0CZCALlrO~NI .. Al;SOO/O.TION~I'l£AlTOI\M''''C I : I 1_ _
RltA.C.a. REV1S~D 10/02 (PAGE 2 O~ 81 ~_o to, I:laIt .........
CAL/~ORNIA RESlOEl'fTlAl PURCHJo.SE AGREEMENT (R"A-cA ".a.Gf 2 0' 81 IC>2ll9131l.zJ"'X

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Pf~E:rry.,l~ren: ~ Ped Dr! U !I.Zu.ly !I11;~ C<\ 9C21...2 0..: .$«pc""". iDD,j

14) If any c~~~ or nllC.Cl ~ 'n ~1i ~ wbM~1't or ~ O..clOS~ or MOllOt • oewered II) Bu)o9r.,..:ne oIIe< II &goIed.
00 .... ' If\4lJI I\I~ tr.& "9/11 W OncellnlS A9~ .,ttl,n 3 D;oya ~ oell've'Y In ~cn. or I D.ys ",.. ~ .... ry ~ clepOSl ,,~ mai. t:>oI
9'Y'''9 w'IDen Tlll1lCA 01 unq,lYUCn Ie S«Aef or Seo!lers ~nt (Le8d D~cl<»~_ .t-Ill by ma;I m<JSl be Ioe1'11 c:wtiIeo mag 0' ~r,)
I~I NotR te Buye' anc :!>el"'-; "",.t>oef of ~ry _ l.eao Oia~u~ is lWohibiteo by ~.
~ """T1.J,,-,L .HC ENVIIIlQlo.l"ENTAL HALlI'tDS: Wl!:Tl,n til. trTW 5Oecofled In o;II~J"a~ '4, ~I Wlcll. r requIred by l.M>o: IiI _~ 10 Bc~
t4<tI"Qu... gulOtl c.no oU~lQnna.rc) .nd e"",:-onmo~ rIa2JIrd, boOkIel: Iii ~"n<npt t'Dm Tile Obligation to P<"OVlOe 8 "'HD. ~ ilTIle
P.,peny IS IOCiI~~ '" ~ SOtC.1I FIoQQ HUOlO'tl A,.. : F'olenllal "'lOOcling ~"")ndl't'o~' f-ru Vttry "'~~ .... l-iazal'l. Zen:: State ~'''' l\e&c>o~~'
A'Ia: E.rthcua~. F'ull Zan. Se-.s'l'lOC Hni"" Zonll: alWl lii1 O=,(jy .ny ornllr lOne. 't<:Ulfe::l oy Lao .... 0 prtW_ '''\' C:1I'lef ",Iormatlon
'NU.~ I'" !I'IO" zone"
C. 0,1,1,1, BASE DISCLOSURE "IClilC~ Thr, Clllllorrll~ DePMtnent 01 Ju,~c«, ,~"Ih <Ie~1'lmtrl[5, ~ict orrpertme'lltJ ~"9 ""-1CbO~ 0'
2'lO.DOO cr morf ono "';nv Olll.., ICc.a, ~ .. et1lor~enl autl\ori ... mam&ln Itt, ptJbloc a~s ;a Oat, base oIlhl IoC::OIlJOfU 0' ~ rrr<llU"etlIC
"'9;sw I pu~u"n, If' n"'9ropn I1 I 01 "..cc>'1SOCn ,.. ) of SectJOn .SO 4 01 tI\e p...,., c.oo.. ThQ ().>T:l b. . . 'I ~ on " Qua~rty t g _ ano ;a
'OU"Ce 0' rntonnebO~ ;apCul :'" prf'M"Uo d ~a I~al, II'> Iny " ... hbomood. rM ~nl 01 JustlCll 1/1() rr,al1raru I ~ ~~
Io.ntrl ~l1On l..f'e Throuo~ .. hlen ",~" .._ .. bout rncl'_IOYall """y ba mad. 1hle oS a "900' lPlepII"". ~""'>QI. Calters mull ",~ _el"
"'Itt'INIUO~
"DOv\,nd"'ICIu.lS Vllt)'." 0"ee .... 9 In1ormelJon "'9;lfClillQ neiQl>t>orTIOO(ls. not .,,;h.oble II'rOUOh lTle -900" teIeC",~ &41".,.,.
CONDOMINIU~"/'tEDlJNIT Drv!l..OPMEHT D~OSURI:!l:
A. Sll.1..£R HAS: , to, L' ) Days Aftt< Ac.c»pmn~ to O'eelO•• to !uv-r ,,-.tne, tt>e "ropefly " <I conocmln,cm 0' IS loC*eC ,., •
;:O"n.o ,,"'; ll.Y.IO_' or otI'>er c.ommon 'llIWesr W!Xlnr..,gn (CA 1'\. Form SSOl
6. I' me ProPfI'lY 'I " conoom.,'wm CI " ~lra ,n I p.. nne~ unn ete"'lopmeni Ot 01l>er com"...,n in~ l..t>o",.ion. St ... , ".S 3 (or I 0
[nys A~' Ac:a.cunca to leQUPSl horn ~ HQ.I.. rC.AF< Form H(),l.) (I) COPet 01 .ny Oocu..-.nt:l requno by l-: IH) d~cmJ'" 01 any pendlng
or ;a"'olp;llaC e:t;urrl 0' l\lg.tr.>r1 by 0' a9U1" !he H().I.: (lill a ~~nl c.onl.min~ lhe Ioeetlon It'd """1tler Of ~ pal"o'"!l .. no ~
"'.~. ('v) Cop",~ 01 h mc5t l1lee," 12 monrtlS of "lOA mtf'\U!eS Itlr "'gulI' ano sro.c>a' ~Url95' lind ,"'I ttw Mnwa aM CC1T\.IC omo.-tion 01
.11 HOA.! 90vemng t!'~ Pro~rty Ico-,Oro1ty 'CI Olsc:JMU'U, S.I~, sflal ItemIZe and Ot."., Ie Buye' 111 CI DwoslMls ~NeCl trDm lht HClro'
<lM any (;1 D,sdll,uru 'I) ~I~. ~S~IOti ~LJyc" ~pp"",el 01 CI Dl$Closv'oc IS; eo"""1l.ncy of lTl .. Ag~nt a, s.psc:iMo '" ~I~p~ 14
, CONOIllO"S AF'-ECTIIIG "~F'E,n,':
•. U~S c:me ..... 'u aQ"''' (I) It>c Proper1¥ 's ~d /.. ) ." lis PR~SEh'T pnyslcal condltl..., .. of Uls _ 01 A~.,. and It>! subted tel
8~s InvWSbgonJon '19~: (ii) I~P Prq:w!b'. ",cluO"'ll pool. "'.I, l.no:>c;.all'nQ Inc ",oune,. is Ie be ",,"~I'- ,n S<JD51anbalty It-. ~
COnOl1Jon U "" tnc COlt 0' Acc.aplillnOO: ano (iii. ~~ "sbrls snc:l perscnel P'CDerty not induCleO in t~. sail .nal be /'t'fl"O>reQ by CIoee 01 ~
S SEll!!'R SHAL.l, wltl'l,n tne II"'C speeifit.d 'n .... '1I"noph '''''', DISCL06£ I'(NOWN MA T'EAl.AL. .. ACTS AIIID DI!FECTr. ~ trOt
Pmpel1)'. ""cludlng kno_ ,nSu,.n.,. ~.,~ Wllflm Itt. PUI 'lI,rr 1M", .... NO MAI(f OTPiIR DISCl..OSURE.$ ~QtJVlED IiY LAW lc..A..A
F<>ml SSO)
C. IIIOTI!' 'TO 8UYER. YCf<j .... s ~ ICvbPd tel conduct 1"".5tlpatio.... 01 Ifl• •ntioa ~ Ir1 0 ..... to _m,n. Its ~ _ conaticn
.,nc:~ !>+1M' ",ay nOi II« ~ . . <>f ~ ew'e-cu att.cnng tt>s 'ropeny or ett>er tacto.. thai you CO _ _' l"'POrtan,. " ' - ' t y tm..".,.....m
~J nol be buill liC:COrd,ng to coOe, in e<>mplianc:. wiltl ~nI Law. or _ "eel
perm... Ias.-d.-
D. trlOT~ TO SE.Ll.ER· SU)'''- ~ the "girt to Inspect _ Pmp«ny .JUI, as ~p6df..o in ~Qrap/\ ,.a.
bHed uoonln1t>rrtWflen disc:~ In
IhoM In.~OF\S; (i) c:.nG.' th,. ,1.9'_: cor ~;i) ~u . .1 that you maY Repooi" 0' c.IJ.. ~n. 0'1"'"
!. HEMS INClUOf:O MilD !XClUDED:
.. NOn TO euym ANC SEl..L~ t~ Ilstl!'O at I1"\Cluded Dr uct~Qed In It>e MLS ~rs or '''''~'19 mMe/lllJe are not I ~ ,n hi. p"rctllM
llnc:. 0' e~ClUCIeCl1Tom In« Ule U "tess 1l'.c1lell ,n IlFl or C.
S I~MS INQUCEC IN SAl[
(1: Ali EXISTING fllnuI.~ ar\CIl'lUflQll m.r.11I ans~ te It>a Prc~,
(2) [;.rsl\~ eNtcl'1ClI1 rnpOI''''c.11 .ghbng. plumlllrlQ llId .... Z1l1lg fixtures. <:.rIling r.M. I,rtpl<l~ Inw~. gal Io~ .1Id ~. sel., s".terns
bull... n oppL."Cts. ""oco'" .ne ooor "''"nt!.
aWT1,n~s shut2r". ",;"oow CC"f"ngl, atule:tJed noel c:~"'g5. IIo""",SIOM .~n".s s.otr~
o.. hes ll"~te lnte9ra~c Iltleonone ~~1!'lS • ., OOOle~o:>nC"lIonrrrs. POClV~p...QU,pm.oc ga,ave 0001' oll9 .......I'..,.,'''. Q>fltrola, rn.ibo>
,no(l/t)unc:ll~nOoc;IPIM§;.[r~.s~t1ruba. __ , ~lIt-ners. W<ller ptnf\an;. l.cur1\' SVl1t.,,~a13rme: lind
(3) T~ 11:l11DW"'9""~ _. -- _

Sell.; rcp'.... nIS rh:l: "" ,1~mI 'nQua.cI '" _ ~nl"" pnc.t. un...". O~_ .~f...,
IA) .•~ ~ by Sella,
.1 ".~ ,ncAJOaO l"aU DlI1rann.,,.0,,.. 01 hens.nd WlthOU!
(~) warnr'rty. s....,
C. ITEMS £XClUOHl FROIlI SoAL!: _

i. !lNER'S ""vESnGATIOH OF Pl'lOPERTY.-NO MATT~ AFp:f.CTIHG PROPEI'TY:


A. Buyf"" ao;.oopr.snoe 01 l'11 ~nlCll'\ of tnll .ny oltler ~r .ofltding Itoe Pro~. IS a ccnr"'geney of thIS "S'-rnet11 as specified III Ihll
~.agr~n and llara~"pt1 148, Wot?I", .,... t.... ~.ClfMd lI'l ll .. ragraoll 14e(1). euy.' 'hall rifle the tighT. 3T evyers UPtMSrt unlesS 011'1._
~"'~, Ie r",,'lOud "_CUont "'Ye"9.""n5, 111_. S..,.".,... .no ot~.' "Iud_ CElul"" Inves~g.lJonl·), ,neJuOitig. tut nollllntlelllD. h ngN lD: .1)
,"speO 101 leaC-N~ PlI'1'll 1110 otns, Iea<l~ ~nt "'erorc~. III) inlPec1 10, wood OUlroy,ng peats and orgaMrsrn&: liiil ~_ ~ l'tIgiu,«f
s~. ~nCl<:r ~I"'OM. fW) C1)"'rrm _ 'MUlllbdily of S.".., a"" ~ P,opany, .n" Ivl latlSIy e""..- al ID any
Buren enspecuor /Io,Ovlsor, (eA FI Form 814). W1tnoul Sal~' Il"or wnttsn conscnL 8Ilyer "'~II r>e1l1\., _
rNI_
~pcctflt'C ttl I'" -ttec;l\eCl
nOf t:au_ 10 be m.de: iiI aw......
<If O.SI""ct"'~ Buy., In~I'9.obon.: 01 (il) "'SPCe:tfOr$ by ~ny ;o¥'f,nmental bUlldlns or <on,ng ,~'" 01 goo..emmtnl emplOyee, lII'lIen reqwiJeCl

byL.aw
I!. Buyrrr 'hall c:0"'~1c Ouye' 1"•• 51igII1OI"S 1Il'lCl. sa _oileel ,n pa,~",p/) , ..S ... ",o.s In. Q;mri"S.nc;y or ca~1 U. Ag,eement. 8"Y'"' s",.h g-
5.~er 011"0 ensl C:OI':"~1C1e COPItS 01 .11 BU)'e1 In''8SllOat!on reports OCta,n.c by Eluyer sell8/' ;"'.~ flI.k. IN Pteoerty aW-lIble lor all 8uyH
In.... ST'!'I"h<>nS S.ior ~nlU r,ave waTa.. ~aa .~an<:IY IInd,1 OPfllllblC l»1C' """t~ on lor euyers Invs&1ly"lio", anO lh<ougll lI'Ie elate por.ae-ssrCln III
made I\,fDII:3lCJe tC' e~. . yer ~

Bu~~ lnotels (
Sder! '''''131, ( .
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RPJIo.C. RE\.1SED 100102 /PAGE 3 0' II R . . - bl' C.t. I ~•..,_,
CALIFOI:lNIA ~E.SroEIflI'-l PU~CHASE "'GflEEMEI'fT (I'lP... ·C... 'AGE 3 0 .. I) HJltt,l,lJO.,:r:\

600 ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p600/679


10/22/2004 15:4.~• 31 MAR~~ PAG: 87
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~1C 271 4634; ~~2-04 3:52~U; PAGE 5"5

Prcp~nyA~ 'iZC,i ~ Dun .... uJLIU.l.;, r"" I1QZl: D.1c; ..ilI:.rl r amt>,e. ~
10. R£PAIRS: ~l''''' mall De r.lO""Pl"tCl proCH 10 finOlI -.ermanLDn of a>neitlon unlU. ~ .gt-e r, """tlrl\i' ~I'" III bQ ~m.o at Srllera
~xpe,.,. ~ ~ pertom'leO by r.. .... er:tYoo..9h 0\l'I.~. ~1lle(l1n., It. wo'"
c.omc~....t!'I apPilQble u-o. ,ndUclng oa-"..,.,.nt.t Ile'"1I\, in~,'
.no .~v.' requue~ms ~I~ ~a~ c.. ~rmec In a good. ~I ,.".nAcf .... n "lll'1e ...11 01 qu,llty 'n<lIlP~_ ~ ~ lC eY>SUng
m2ft~1o II ~ cono&mocc It\al .,.aCt 19C'.crallC<1 01 :lP~r;a~ or CC'Smetlc Items 10110"","9 ,I R4Icaors ~ no: ~ ~~Itlil. Seller sI\aIl; U\ 001"
rccelPb to< Fo-~Irs p."ermed by Olr>e~. (ill ple~" • wm:.en It:ltf'I'NnllnOICaII"S tr.. Re~1T'S """O~cl by Seiler and the elate of 1.l,;(tI Repa": &"lll
~i>l) pt'Ovllle CoPIU er ~lPts ane I~'.menl' 10 Buyer p:l()1 10 ~nal vcrW1CObon. f1f CXl"\OI1l01\.
l' euyo IND~ITY AN:) !>!'I..LE~ F'ROT£C:l101'l FOI'l EWTRY UI'O/II PJIlOf'!'l'TY: Duyer .hll: (il kMP ~ Property ~ ..-.c <JeI, of ~II$ (ii)
ri.ou 1: 1 c;r:\oIlie an,IOS lro.,.., Buyel Inve~I\lIlbOn' IIl(l (Iii) lflOennMy a"" hold S..er na~Si ~m aM "esu~ l.ac~,. CllI~. ~. llll~
.. no eootl. ehJyer ~al :.arry 0' Buy., 'hili reQUIre "onyolle ;ICinQ on eUytr' ~h"" 10 ~Il'). \ltle.., o! I~, WOIlo-"rs' COF'I'108ns-.o" ano:: Ohl
"OP,c:able ,".ur_~ oe-'no,"O 1M prOlfe'llng ~I'-r IroM ullQi~ for Iny "'JUfles lD Pcr~~ c:r proP'filI Ottu'''''9 0-JI1f19 any Bu~f Invll$tlgluons 0-
wO'" oone on l"e "roperrylr eu~(~ 0'11:01On pnUI \Q C~ 01 Escrow S~~. IS :>Olltwo!l'lal crrtaln P"t'~r.tJ(lnl""" bt ~ s......
try /9CDr'd,,'5 I
"NO!l~ 01 IoOon-ruponSiboirty' (e A R. FOnT. NNR) to. iuye< In>'PStl9n~ Inc "'0111 acme 0t'I ~ ProPer!)' al 8~, 0"'8010"1 eu~(s Obi'9"~cn,
uf1Qer rh~ P~'i19f'WC'1'1 S~ll lU··''''''. I1'Wl krmt,....non 01",1$ A9rwen'M'f'\l
12. TrTU: .....D vaS,""G
A Wltt.lll l\f tJ~ 'DeCl~ .r. " .. ragraPo" 1. &~yar 5haU ~ ptt;YIll.o I ClJ~rTl ore""'na,>, (tille) r.port whlC'!'J IS 0I'IIl' a" cHe, to) 1t>e ~ '--," Ie
'~,u~ e oollC)o of mit ,"suranct ,I""
may no1 cont.ain ~ Itenn .~Ing tl11e &..yen rrv>eolI 01 tria prQllmonary reoort 8"l: any 0lIIe1 ~u.rs """Id\
~ a~c: ~:I<: ~,~ a """t"'gene, O'f :n" ~reemtru at ,~= In pa:agt;lptl 1.e.
e. 7rtJt 01 \aler> u\ ~s ~"'n1 C<Yl<ln,on "'-'''feCI lG III .nc:vmorancao, -..mtnlS <:ovenant•. condtlClf>O, 'eAIncnon,. "9NI 1'>0 Ol"'" mallers w"":l\~r
Cl ~CD'" or not. OiS C'/!he Oil. at Ac~nCl peep< (I} mon~t;iry ••", 01 neccm: vn~1 fllJy9r 15 U&umng _ obllQilllMS 0' LaOoing the ~
sut>jeCI1C lMw 0019al'on. tno (Ii} ,nOK ~ o whicl1 wiler 1\11, 019_0 Ie,..",.,.,. In wn1>nl;.
c. >'11th.., trI. lune weerile>d on pa~raph '.10 S.IN, nu I OUf)' to Ol$CJCu ~ Buy."" malle" known to Selle< ~1'1Q 11IIt. ~, 01 ~ Of aOl
0. "', C105oe 01 E"row f1u~r sr..ll recr,vf • ~rtn1 Of'eC GOnlleYll\O I'lle fe-. lot Stoel< COODeI'll_ 0' IOng-¥t'l'l ".M an a»l(lnmrnl of ~
;;e rrl1\ca1" 0' c r Seier 5 lUl~/lOlCl IntefH.!). ,,,e:w,ng eil mn~1 anc ",aler r'9'~ U eurrenlly 0Wn~ by s.lIer. nile !n8W ~~I :l' C1e"Of\ale<l on
8u~. ",,~pltmt'lal ucro.. In"II'\JCTlO~ n;E MA/'JNER DF" TAI<JNG TllL~ MA" ~VE SiGH1FIC.AHT U!G*.l ANC-TJo.X CONS~~NCE~
COIISUL T 1<... APPROPRIATE PRO~E&SJOfitAL
E tkJ~r .nll: 'ecr1vt a CL 7A!.c-L T,.. Homeowner, Polo"" ~ T'"e Insulana:.'" hflQ company, ~ euye"'~ '-Quest. cen prtMdt InlQrmtl\()f\ aboulllIe
aVIIIBbit'y. oeSlrab"lC'I :o~~ra~ .,nd c.oS1 01 vlneus II.. onsurilncz U>v.r~n .no ~aorsemem•. 11 evyer 0""'"
tlflt oawra~ 0"'.' ltlJrl ""'I
re<lur_ by mrs parao,ap,"" B"yer Shall rnstTvCI E~ro-o HoIOe< in WtIlJ"~ i1n<1 pay any ~ In co,\.
13. SALE Of' BUVf:'l.·S PltO/,f.Rn
"'. ThIS Ag,...,m,n, ,~ NClT ""nllnoent upon t .... sale of any P'o~ own• ." b~ Buyer
0" e 0 (I' c:ntcr.eoJ T'e Oi!'aCNlcl ~Od.""u", rCA R '0,."., COP) Icgart1'ng !tle oontir\9l!ney lor IIW ~lll of crocl'r1Y _ ...C1 by 8.Jyrr • ~tCl
nl10 ~ "'9'''e_n:
14. nNE PEfiIOOS: ~UlOYAl Of' CONTINGE"'CI~S; CANCEL..ATlo-. I'lXiKTS: Ttw ~ng tim. PtFtOCU m.,. D",y ba .....oecI, ~.
modl1le<l el chat'lg8C by mutva' ","n.n "9"lln'l.nL IJJroj ....... Ov., or CO<T\!IllI~'" Of ~I\ee-llaticn uno.r lhoa p.a~nPh "'ust to. ..., ....nb"G
(C.A~, Fann CRI·
10. SEU.EFl MAS: 7 ~or c..: ___ ) Days .lib, ~tanca \Q dthve' Ie fl~r 1111 repQ(1S. O..OO5U.... ana Inlorm~1OII lor _,en Seller r:;
~sPOnolb. uMr, pa~llpnl. ~ ~nd B 6A 7e anll lJ.
B. Pl llllYEI< ",A5: 17 1M ~ __ ) 08ya AlIer ~pta"QI. unlen o ~ :a9'eed \n "'"lIng, IC
P} ="",I.t. 01 Buy•• In""~'9~IO= aocrt'Yt ~II alsclOsure.. repc~ ane emer ~ ifllo""",llOn. ","1CfI ~ ~OtIYe from ~r: al'd
ilppro'" ." "lane", a~e:.ng !l'\e P,o~ny (rnQl.lo""" leaO-bOlMO pa""! ilnd ,,-,b_d pllinl haurol n _II as o\heI omormalJcr1 aprCllI8d ,,,
p.".gr~nh ~ .no ""urablilly or Elvyer and !he Property): an~
(;11 relurn lu s..1~' S'9nec: Covo.... ~ SIOtu<Dry and lead O~dot~'l!'O ",ovel1:'d by s.t!Ir' '" 8C<:Oroa"Cf wrltl Pr.g'1Cl1: ~
(2) Wrrnlr mt nmr ~Pec;r... o Ir. 14e(1l. Bvye' may rec:ue~' thaI StH" ""Ok. repa,1'I er ~~. Iny othe' adJOn ~~roill9 tnt Propeq (C.AI<. FOfTTl
R/l J ~'lQr "~. no ot>*9,IIon ro agree ttl or ~ond to 6uy."a "cuMII
(3) By rtw _nc c l :... ~ lme sDeCrl,"" In '49(1) IOf 21iOf loan COPltl'lQonc:y or 2.J for "pp"arul con~n!)8ncy), Bo"yer ."all If'\ 'oW1Ir,g ..mow the
~Chc.ab.., CC'l\Jngrrey .CAR form CR; or ~nGCI I~ .. AQrMme<1l. H~tl. ~ Iht rol\0WY>9 ".pectJon~. reportS Ol d.oosuf'u ort nOlIT.clt
WIth'" L"\' /rTrt 'DeClflrt1 ," 1 A.A. rt>.n BU)'ef ha6 5 101 0 ) 0ayI afltr reca;Pl of ~rry ,,,""~, Of ltw tlmt ap.c:ifoaCl ,"
'.8(\! wt"U\r.er IS I.re, 10 .. me", _ applICable contJnoencY 0' COllla:1 tIl& ~rwe~"1 in ....ntIng: (I) gOVCrnlT'lenl-m:ondlteil tnspec:llOtIS or
..po"o ~u.red ..s a rondrtion 04 ~Ing: or (II) Cornm()<\ I_res: D~_s pur.....-.t to paraQraph IS!
C. CONT1N~TIOH Of C:ON1INOEHC'l' OR CO"lTIU\CTUAL. O~LlGAT10H: sn.L!l' l'tIGtiTTC' CANa:l.:
(11 Sclle, nght te Cane-I; Buyl' Co"II~: SeN~r. ,Iller firs 1I... ,ng 8uyer a ,,"Otlc. to 8uyer to p~"., ('5 sped11ed belCIWl. rnay caN;81
IhG A9reemrr.1 ,n ",",ling "NJ
autho~ rewm of 811)'8(s OOl~oad ~. t7y the _ lpeci\cd in Ihts AQrHrnenl. Bu)'tr CiOeI not I t _ .. w11Il"Q
It>t .. o~.~~ conbn5~ncy 0' unc:eJ ltHa "IQrMm.nt O~ a~ c:ontlflgen~, Nlve ~n .. moved. t.iurw 01 ~, elJ~r CI Selle'r lD cloo5e
esc,,,,,, on nme may ~ a b<Ncl' c1 "'. /i,greemtnl
(2) COnUnu;oIIOfl of CCl~: Even Iller IIW ••p .....lJOn at r..... 1>_ ~peem.o '" , 48('). Burr' retllM !he "lOhl ttl m.>U requaSD to Seller
~moYC ,n "m.ng me ~I""'b~ Ctlntlngwlt)o 0< cancel :rus AlI"Mnr>enl ',mtl S.lIer c.:lnc2la pursuaftl ttl '.~1). Once S.I.... .-ivN Buyer'1
"",,,,.r rlmO'oJ.' or a" ccnbng~noes. St,.r M13Y nm c:anaM """ ,a.;reeml:flI purosuanr 10 1.C(1).
lJ) S.11tf riSJtTt \0 C;l'1C:t!; Buy.,CoIllrad Obllg.tOo"8: Sellef•• IIt' .""1 9n1rl9 !lllYtr. Nohce 10 8u~r to Perferm (M apeci~ ~}. m.)'
l:»ncel fh\' Ag~ ,n _1lJ"Q ~ aUlP\:l(~ rei,,", O'f Buyers CHIpc$1l lot Iny 01 N 'll11DW1n; ..-.on.: '" "a.,)'t, f.ia ttl Oeposit f\m~ &!
/tCJuI""O Oy ';.A cr <?6. (II} rr me ''-'''l!'' o.poMed pU~"ltTt 10 2A Of 26 .... nOl ~ ....,... oeponed: (liil f 8.Jyer rllb to ",0YI0e • ~r a5
reQurn>C 0)' 2G: (IV) ri Buyer l.aits ttl plO"_ .... foeatJon as f1:qulrccl by :»; or 2L.: r-.} K Sellllf '''LO~ly dtUPCI'oves o1ll\e ".rif_bor prov.,.C
oy ~ Of 2"- Ivl) n l!lvyel __ Is \0 ne'u'~ Stllutory a"" l..~ D:eclOl>uru :;n 'IQuirI'<! ~ ~raoraph ~2): or (vii) ir 8uyef r.ils to aogn or "'itia' a
sep~'1Ite 1"",'OI"d o"""ge tom> frr ;~ in~ orPQ$it IS r... ~ by pa'lQf'8pn 1ti s..., ..
not raquireO &0 !Nt Buyer. NotJec to
"."orm .. ~ dmg CION 01 Escrow
14) Notice T() iuyrr 'To p.rform: The P'io\.ClllO Buy ... to ~~rlorrr. (C.A R For'" NeP) s/'lall: {i) be m wmrng; (iiI M .. ~ by Seier. aN! fiil) 9've
,2.
Buyer Wt ..... (or U )
~ou" (or unh1tt. urne :sgea/eO I~ l'le ;PPhcMllt Plra"rt.h. w ~ n lUll to 1:1".
">e 8PPlOCilOle
ael"'~ ;. NOtlOO tc B,,~~r to Per!r>rr- nnay .,oc be ~ven any .arl"" ''In ~ Oirya Pnor ac It>e cp,fabon Plliell~:n. lor B~r Ie .. move
a een''''ge''cy cancel 1M. AQ'-I'l'len! or m~.l Ol 1.~~\ oll'g8t"'" euyerl lr'vtoal5 ( )( ) (E)
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~."p""lnl to Illf"2011~ CAlIFOI'l"',~ ~OC .......O... OF ,,£.,to,
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CALIFORI<IA F\£SIOUITl"'L F'URC~S£ IoGREEMli.N1 I~PA.c... paG( .. OF II) r621l'l~11).I.f.X

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D. EFFECT OF BlJY~~ ~A1. O~ CQNT1NGENC,e8: " ~r ~ W1 W1l11lg. any c.ont~1lCf Of ~"1ODn rigl'ltl. U111esS O1!lc .....
~ofle<: ~ ~ !.Ia~ _ " ~'"mt"nI ~" &.Iyer ~ne Sfo4..... &Jyer S/lIU conclUSl~ boo ~ 10 haw: Il} c:ompIM8Cl .. ~
IIlvastJgallon! ~M r~v_ of "'PelF\!! a"o O'l~( lllXIIlCIOIe l/I1orml'llon Ind dl"t.!CI$lI·tpS pe'liln.IlQ:O l1'\al co"bn~ Qr c.ane-tW>or1llgtlt III) ~
1: (lrocc« _ " rM rT4l1&aC11lOn. InC liM] auLI!"'lwC all ,..t>,lty, (e:spcn$lbi~y lno e.penn b R~~ or correCllOflI pettJ~ lei thai ~C'f or
<.anorll~iCn n;nt or lor ,naoittry 10 cblam fw>~nons
£ HFl:CT O~ CIlNCELL&TlON ON DU>Oerl",!;: ~ 6~' or S.k~( Qrv., "'''tIlIn noner r:I cenOillahcm p...-m to r.gnll llul1 ~ ~ Ulr
~m, ot !hi! Nl,.~men! 8lJ)1tr and Seier a~~ to SrgJ'l muw~1 InSlNClOfa 10 ,--ngel the pit .1Id KCrow anc! re~_ OeooW. leU and -.s
:.o~ t: :n • ."r1y RfONled Ie t~ +Ur)f).~ Fe~ .. no ~l:! may be pavabitl to "~ pnoVlCl." anc VV1~ lor se",~ IIlCI pr~ p~ ClUm9
e$Uow It'eltase 01 funas will .-.qui.. mu''''' S'9r-d ........ lnetn>ttlo-. "om &tI)'e, .,d ~1Ief, Judic .. 1 OKalOn 01 arbib _ _ rei. A
P>rty ~ t-. IUD;e<t IQ iI CIvil peonalty 01 up ~ $1.000 for ,.tvul Ie IWVn su::l1 ins~O'I$ if no OOOCl faith Oi:s~"-,Sf» . . to WIle Is
emllJe<lIC lhe deposIted fundc 1(;/"11 Coo. ~'~7.]).
1~ FINAL VERIF1C~ liON Of CONomON: &uyer 5tlat have rt1t IlQI'f 10""~ • lInel '~OJOn 01 ~ PropertY with... 5 ,or 10.,. F'r1D"
Ie CI»e Of ~.cro .. N01 AS J" CONTING'ONC"" uF THE SALE. bUl ~I.ry t.e corrfrm: l/)lt>e P'looe<1)< 15 m.rna..- pUrs<Jant to p.a~9" 7A.: (ii)
P.epa"t ~ve ,tor ~mp",,~ .. s ag .....c aM 1111) ~,,,, 'a5 COmpllee Wltt\ 5eller,~, obltllnior\a ~lhll ~,_nt
16. LIQUIDATECI D'-MAGES; If Buyer ~ilS to compleu this Pt.lfchpe be~e of Buyer's o.faurt, Scl~ sn-II r"«lln,
CIS Iiquidneo o-mage$, thE ci~ posit iC1uany P"lid. If the PfO~rty is I dwelling wit" no mort than tour unllll, one
ot which Buyer inlenos to occupy, then the "mount rmined !hall be no mor. than 3% of the purch... prICe.
Any ellceu shall be returned txl Buyer. Release of funds will require rt1u1Ual, Sign.<! r~M Instructionc from
botl'l Buyer and Ssll8r, Judicial oe-c/Ston or arbitration aW8 . BUYfR ANO SELl!R SHALL SIGN A SEPARA n
LIQUIDATED DAMAGES PROVISION FOR ANY INCR OEPOSIT.IC.A.Ft FORM RID)
I Buy."s I"~. s.nen InitialS
,~ D~PVTk JlU0C. UTION
A. M!:IHATION' P'uier .nc Sl:llr' -0'''' to ""'0,_ any OI~o~..
Ot cau" a"SiI'" ~n U>e/Tl out vl &1 .. -,,!'eeme<11. Of ",... . . w~ tr1l~n
b;;!~~ rt<>Cr.I". to ~,eltratIPn or ~un ~or, 1,8(21 and (~\ tlflOw 3\:lP!Y W~r>el QI not lr>e "rtll!a~ pro ...IO
Pa'.9~ _ _ . .-c\allo_
t-e. rt Inv ,nail be :/,,,,oeo !lO"lky amo,. l~ p.noe, ,nl/OlvtCl ~. ttl, Iny OI!oQute 0' ~'fT\ to _1C11 thIS paragraph applies V party CDf'I",*,COPS
.r, .ClIO" ",,"noUI ~"" a~fTlPll"'" 10 resOlve tIlR men~r ltIroup'l med13hCln, or r.fu~ to ~ ~ .ne, a ~lJeSt haa be.n m'-. ~ thaI PII'T)I
5~"" ncl ~< "nl:b"d 10 rtCtlvar :!!Torney t.«s. awn ~ ~ lO'OUlC 1l"'.rwlSA
til: 8""ileble Ie lhat party in any SUdl aellCit', 1P4I5 MEDIATION
0ROVISlON J"PPUES V'h"EiHER OR NOT THE AA6rTRAnON PROVISION IS INITlAL~O.
s. ARBITRA nON Of DISPUTES: (1) Buyer and ~t~r ~9ree that any dispute or c;~ In law or equity arieing
br-tWHn them out of this Ag~~ment Of' any resulting troHlS act lon, which I' not settled through medinion,
shall be (le{;ide-o by neutral, blnd,"g Irbltntlon, IncJUdlng _nd subjeet tel paraSr2pns 17B{2) ~nd (3) btHow.
Th~ arbit,ator $haU b. a retired judge or justice, or an mom_)' with at last 5 yUts of reaidenba' real ..tale
Law eXpt'nence, unles the partJe5 mutu."y :t9fH to a di~rent a~orJ who 111811 tender 2111 award in
auord<lnce With substantive C.ali1ornia L~w. The panJes shalt "live the right to discovery in accordance with
CalifomiOl COdE of Civil P'ocedU~ §1283.05. In all Dlher .... ~. u.. arbitnbon shall be conducted in
accordance wIth T"I~ 9 of P.rt III of the California Code of eMI Procedure. Judgment upon the aw.rd of the
Ubitntor(5) may be entered into an~ court having jurisdiction. Irtterpretation 01 thle agre-efNnt to arbitrate
shall bt governed by th. F.deral Arbitr"tion Act
:l) EXCLUSION~ "!lOU MEOlA TImt AWD AFl8rTJU T10t01: Th. follOWtrJQ m_rs er. "eluded f,om rne<tiation anrl artlivabo,,; lill jUOlcl-'
or non"jU(l,cl.' ft>'-<loIiu... 0' o~ .ction or p~/"g to fl1tO/"Cle i o.e<:I.,. t,ust. m~~ or in9b."",nt Iarxl'" CCM7'aCt _ drfII-.cl
,n G,J1if9r"iO Civil Cod" §2t'I!; Hil in unlawful dit..iMr action: (liT) t/'lc filing 01 enforce"'''nt of I mec:twlnl,.. 'lell; and flY) any - u.-
IS wlth,n mt
Jurisclietiot1 of. prn~., Vl'WIn c:btim. 01 b.... rvptey t:O<J'1. TIM flli,,~ of. c:eurt .ction to enable Iha r.corlJl"5 01. rootlw cI
~ndln9 action. lor0'''' of .~hrnent. re<:e....ership, Inlun~, or olhef prov~'onlll rc""ad_, shill f)Ot c;onstJJu1Ir a _ fJlltle
rnedoalJem ~nd .rblt~hon provia/ona.
PI 8RO'H~: Buyer.ncl S.11er 'S/'"
10 rn.aiatr and arbl~ dl~ or ~rna involY'ng lither or bOth BrOk_, co~t WICh 11 14
~nd S, p.ov,"..:! .,l~r 0' ber" Bf'Dkef1i I~ll n.oyc ag...a to such m..:llation or arbftr'allOOl pril:' Ul, 0< ~jn I _onatlIe hm_ IIIIr, me
d.putlr or cJalm ... ~s.ented 10 a,o"'~ A,., elecUon tll ell,.,., or bOfh .,ollef'S
III pa"'ClptI. In med~IJDn or erllltralJOIl ena. not ~.
In Ilro.e~ 1>9"'; ortm.o pert_ tD h A.g_~
"NOTICE: BY INITIALING IN THE SPACE BELOW YOU ARE AGRfEING TO HA~ ANY DISPUTE
ARISING OUT OF THE MATTERS INCLUDED fN THE 'ARBITRATION OF DISPunS' PRovJSK)N DfClD!D BY
NEUTRAL ARBITRATIO"I AS PROVIDED BY CALIFORNIA LAW AND YOU ARe GMNG UP ANY pItlGHTS YOU
MIGHT POSSESS TO HAVE THE DISPUTE LITIGATED IN A COURT OR JURY TRIAL. BY INI'TlALING IN ntE
SPACE BELOW YOU ARE GIVING UP YOUR JUDICIAL RIGHTS TO DISCOV~RY AND APPEAL, UNLESS
THOSE RtGHTS ARE 9PECIFICALLY INCLUDfD IN THE 'AR8rTRATiON Of OISPl/TES' PROVrslON. IF YOU
REFUSE TO sueurr TO ARBITRATION AFTER AGREEING TO THIS PROVlSION, YOU MAY BE COMPI:LLED
TO ARIHTRATE UNDER THE AUTHORJTY OF THE CAUFORNIA CODE Of CML PROCEDURe!, YOUR
AGREEMENT TO THIS ARBITRATION PROVISION IS VOLUNTARY."
''WE HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE FOREGOING AND AGREE TO SUBMIT DISPUTES ARISING
OUT OF TIiE MATT£RS INCLUDED IN THE 'ARBITRATION OF DISPUTES' PROVISION TO NEUTRAL
ARBIT~ATION'" ~I~-;;;;;---- r -
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C .... LlI'O'"NlJl RESIDENTIAl. PU~HA8E AGR£EMENT IItPAoCA "AGE ~
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1tl. PF<OR.ATlONS OF PI'lOPe~iY T...x!! AND OTHf~ IT~MS: Unless :Xhe~ agreed In~, 1M foIIo,.mg l\etns "!'IaN be PAID
CIYlRENT <1M c.(~I'l~d b~.n 8uyE" ,;me S~lIer _5 Of Cios.e Ot EscJO"" r~aI property I~$ anc lI~m.,..tl;. ,n~5t. rents,
HOA '..;IUI'H speCiel. ill'll) e~rgeOC)' Oue~ Inc 8S&e5.mentS llTlPO&eO PIlor:c Clc6e Of E~. pr.miurns 00 I1bUranoe a~ed
o~ Eluyer p"vments or: Dones Olnd _s.menIS a~rned by Buyer. IH'1Cl ~y""nIS on Mel~Roos and other ~I ..... ~ ~
J'5l'lC1 b0'10s ane 4l5SI?SSmenu met ere now .. hen. T~ IoilOWl/lg ilems sh:;ail be ~!.5u'Tlf!d by 8!J\I'f!.\MTHOUT CREDfT lOW3rd lhe
p\lCh.~ pn~: pro,iltea ~ymenl' 01\ ~lo-RoO\ and O\~r S~.l ASWUfl"e(11 O'S\no ~ arid lIss.eurne~ and HOA ~
1!'SI?55ment~ \hill .~C no... ~ "en bu1 nol ,;1lI Oue. P~rty wi~ be rea.~sud upon ctNIngi 01 OWTlefstllP.1VTy 5UPP1emenl:2J tax bill
shell t>, o3>C <IS follOW! (,) tor perlOCl' .. lIer Do.e C1 E!CTOw. by Buyar: oenom p!'le' 10 CIo!..! Of E~, ""I Seher. TAX
!'lCI iiI) 10<'
6:LLS ISSUEC M'iEFi CLOSE OF ESCROW SHA"L BE r-,ANDLED DIRECTLY B~EN BUYER AND SE.L.LER Promions ~~
b. m;;oe bneo 0:1 _ 3~OlIy month
19. Wn HHOLDlNG TAXES: Selle r ;;Ina B~r agree 10 eXK\Jle any InSlI'\Jrnerrt. ,!I'l~, sl3t~nI 0( Instrvetion re<lSOflabl)' neeanal)'
Ie CDmply....,!tl federal (FIRPT,o.) llnd C.li/omlll Wltr'lhokhng Law, rl reQlIlred ICAR Forms AS arod AS),
20 MULilPlE USilNG SEfl\tlCE ("M~ft): &09-er~ ~r!! lu1hofized 10 r~ lC lhe MLS II peOOInsl SAle and. upon Clo~ 01 E~.lhe
lem" cf tnl~ 1r.,c.~;,OIOr: te be publl,hee llno dj,!>erT'U/)$Ied to peniOna .no ""~! authorlZli'd to U54! Itle r1tormsuon on le.-me
aJ:prove-o by Ihe MLS
21. EOUAL HOUSINC O~PORTUNliY:Th~ JOroperty IS ~ld in compliance WltI'\ le<llll I'il I. 51."f: ;tnel ~I ilnti·d4c.,mor.aUon 1.. _ _ •
:l2. AT10RNEY FEES: In any aelton prou~o....,. or :;artlU8tlon ~een Buyer ""0 Seller a""lIlIl OUI 01 tnIs Allree~, the prr.tll6ng
E'uyer or Sf~l?' !>hAIl be entrtll!'(l Ie re.8$:lnabl« anomey 'ees a'lCl OO$U from t'"
non·p~.iIiTlQ Buyer or SeIer. Pcapl IS ~ In
p.. ragra~h 17A.
n. ~ELECTIO" OF SERVICE PROVIDERS: If Bro"!!'" '~er Buyer 01 ~~ to ~~, lIenOOr!. or selVa Of prt)duc:l provider,
(-PrOl/lders'; br(>.l?r~ 00 not ~uarinlee lhe pe,-formal1Ct 01 NTy PrO\llc.r~ Buye, inc! ~~r mlJ)' aliiQd ANY ~IOVlO«S of thell own
ct'l005lng.
24 TIME OF ESSENCE ENTIRE CON"TRACT: CHAHGES: Trme is of In. flS~8nee. All uTlOQn;LBndings beTwJet\ ~ parties e~
11COrpOrorteC! In lhl~ Agreemrnt "$
18rm~ are onttr'\oeo Oy thOi p~ 015 e flnai, COfT'ptel. and eJIdlJllve elr~i~n of tl'le11
Agrl?Emem ""lin re~cr to It. suo/eel man~, and may nol be contriIdieled by revidPnce of any prior aQrerment or OO<11emporaneOUI
~r<l1 flqre-empm H any prov'f'on elmls AGrHmeflI '5 !le'lClto De In.-heCtJVe or Invaliel. Ihe rern;Jlt'1I~ provisi01\ll .... il neva~~ be
:rven fL;H 10rce ana "fl.cl. Neit~ th;. Ag,eeme", nor any prt7Vl$ion in it may be .. "t.ndrd. amene.d. moclr~. 81Wf>ed Of
Ch''''9e<l, .JIC
II pI In writHlS Signed by Buy•• and Seller.
2~ OrHfR TERMS AND CONDITIONS, including a~eo SUpplelTlenls

A. ~ Buyer's Inspection Adv~ory (CAF; .~F~,,~rm~8;;,1~A)!L~..,.... ~ ,-- _
8, 0 FUfc1'1il~e AQreem.rn Aooendum (C •. R Form PM OOlr~pt1 numbtrl: )
;;, S~ll ...r to 12".L.£~.v ,--lo.llinq CO.n", ,Ml &tl aJIlq\ZZl.t nQC to fIi'Ic,- 21 (~ p.re&!ltl o~ chI t'UOal
purdo.,u t:r~c. /jell cr ... noO! Uw ~ b\lYll.l; hp.l.d.t • c.l.i tN'uU 1lr.s' E, U tc L.1 e"'".

26, DEFINITIONS: As usQ'd m tnis'Agr~~Il/'


A ",AccepGInc6'" ~,ein~ the lime ltlE offer or r,~ ceunler offer L5 eooepled '" wnbrlg by Il PBrty -el is ~elrver~ to .nd ~~on.lly
rec~lv.d by t!'e Olr.er party or tl'181 party $ lIuthoraed lIgent In 1lCCO~ wittl the term:; of lhia ener cr. final coun1er o!ter.
6. "Agr'PQm....• m~&n$ ttl. terms and condM,OI'l5 01 ttliS eecrpl-el c.lifcmie ResIOentilil Pvrc!'13ee Agreem.nl ena any : a ~
couf1Wr otfe~ anO aCCenOa
C. "C.A.R. FOtm" rnetns t"e s~c;ific form r.~'enc:ed or imottle r comparable fo,", a9'1'ad :0 by the pllrne$
D. 'Clo$t Of E:5crow' nellrts ~ dale IT',e gran! ~, or Ol!i9f h"denot of tl<lmler of tme. i' re=rdeC. ~ ~ ~ ~ dose oi
~scr()V\o tall~ on , Sa 1Uf'd By. SU'lOiY or lega holi<'ii1Y. It>6n do5e of escrow shall be the ~ bU8ine~ day aner till 5d'HiIduied
et~ of ~scrow oate
E. ·Copy" ""-<lans :;Opy by any means incJucinr; phctocopy, NCR. filt::5imlle and eteOTOn,c.
F ''03';." ~ans calenoa r Cl<lYS. lJnle~! otr.erwiH fllQUlre<! by ltw
G ·Oays After".,..,.. aM5 the speCrflP.O number 01 calet1aar cays Illltr tilt! OCOJrTence of the event specified nol COLTItJng tnll calenQ4lr
OllIe on ~oc.n me !PeC:f '80 evem OCCU". 4lnd ending al 11 :59PM on the fmil day.
H -0."5 Prier" means I~ ,,~l'IeCl n\lmber of calena.r Clay?> beiorll Itle occurllnce 01 the e\lQOl ~~, r'OI ceurrtinQ th4a
C<llenOIil Cile on """'~ Ihtl specHled ....ent is ~uled to occur
I. '·Electro....' Copy" or "EI~tronic Signaturll" rTresns :15 apphtClble. in .,ectrorllc coPy or iS190,nn CMlplying with Cah'ornie
Law Buyer and Seller lIgret thel electrontc mean, Wli not be u&ed rJy erther Deny 10 modify or atter the content or inlegnty of IhlS
A9reeme n: Wllhoullhe knOW~g. il~ OOf'IMra or l~ ahar
J. "Law" melin, any law, COde, SlaMe. ordinance. fW>gul4lllon. rule or or:ler, wl'IIct1 IS 8dOPt~cl by a contlolling city, county, r.uae Of
1e09f'4l1 leglslal:ve j;Jcio411 or e:reoJlrvw body or agel'lC)'
K "Notice l" 8uyltf tD Penorm" ml?i1T1S a t1OQ)merrt(C.A.~ F'orm NBP), which Jhall be In writing and S4g1'1ed by S.. ~ Ind shaM
~i~ Buret al IQ8st 2~ /'lours lor as otherwlH $peCiflJ>d in par;igraph 1~(")) Ie TerTlOlle ;;I eontlngency or peno"" .5
aDpheat>l~
l. "I'lep;rirs" me3nr; a~l' '~p.". ('ndUellng pest canUOI). ellerar'ona. replll~m.nlS. moOifiCJltlol'll5 or T1ItrofiUing 01 the P~rty
prOVlOeO lot' un~r trois Agree~nr

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N. Singular ~nd Plural I.'m~ .Ole"! incluaE trle oln..r, ....hefl appropllate

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27. AGENCY:
A DISCLOSURE: &lyer .no Seller 'lac:-, acJu'lowl~ onor r!?Cerp< of C.J.R. Form Au "lli$Closure R9~ro,,·\~ RUJ Em~e ... ~
Rel;;lllOnYlIP$
e. POHNTIALLY COMPE'TING BUY~S AND SElLERS: Evyer and Sl!ll(or eaeh bdnowle<1ga receipt of • d~r. 01 ltle
pos!ibdrty of ,.,.,ull'PIe re"r~5ent_~on by ltlE oroke, reprue:ltlng \fl,t ~.TlO~. thIS [)t$dow~ may be pOlr; 04. IISOlOg il~emem..
buyer-brOKe<' _greem"n1 or sep.ral. documem (CAR Fonn DA) f,~r unoe~t~nds ~1I1 Broll,r rep~nt"'g B~ may also
represer:r other potef1l1al ouy4trs ....mo rn~ woalder, ma"e offer! on or ultJme~Jy acquue the ~pet'ty, Sal~r lII'l~tands rI1it
E'ro$.er reoresenl~Q 5.111:' m"1 also repre5ern other ~rs with com~t)f)g properties of inlerpslto This BU)'er.
C CONFIRl\ilA nON' "The /nilowing ilgency r~atian&tllt>s are nereby l':oof!rrTle(j /cI'ttl.. lrcins.aetion:
L,stin. Age l ll - - - - . - . Colct-ell "'"m (Pril'r1 F'rm Name) " ttl. ~
of (c;I~Ck one) :::~ S~lter e:rclu61..ety or 0 both the Buyer and Seller.
Sdlng A~nT __ ~.-..:: (Or; aip .R.5.i..4tar-& (Pllnt Film NIl"..) (if not P.a~
-s L i5lJ "S Agent) is lne .g~nt 01 (=heet< 00il): ~ the Buy.r eJ<CIUSlllf'fy: or C the Seller WJdu5l\l.~ 0< 0 balM t~ 5uyf!r Ind
Seller RelIl E,Wt" Oro<('[s art r,o: pe"~ Ie rnQ Ag~"'" /JetWl!pn 8uyer .nd Seller.
211. JOIP<li tSCROW INSTRUCTIONS TO ESC"OW HOLDER:
A. nw followinsl pa~~ph" ~ ;opp"~b.e portJonl ~ , of 1hr.1 A9""m ..nl conetitute ttw IOinl .5Crow irurtructJOI\S of
8u~.r and Sell.r to Escrow Hokll-r, "'hie:t1 E.saow I-Ioloer " to use llong with etl')' rllililted counter otIer5 :3n<l OllCOeoo&, line any
l'd='l-enal 'nUll/sl IflMruC'lions 10 Close I!'e esc~' " 2, 'I, 12. 138, 14E, Hi. 111. 2~. 258 and C, 26, 213. 29. 3.2A, 33 ~n(l
poragraph 0 0' ml' seC1Jon lrtlf'd Re..!I E~lMl: Broker'!> on p_gt I'J If", Copy 011/'\1 5I()ilr.re oo~on &gr~ment(s) proI.I~
tor In paragrapt' :is or 3:2J., or Ddr.!llilrllpto D of the 5eCllOn titled Real Esta~ Esroke~ on ~
~~O wrtI'l ~ Holoer e is
by Broker, Escrow HOI~r $hall accept sUCh agre-ement(5) lind payout trom Buyer'5 or Sejjers MO.. or both, •• aPPlicab6e. th8
Srok~(! compen!llll~ prt)VIo~d lOr In ~uc:", atl~s), The l11rm~ ~nd mncl~lOnf> of this Agr~emen1 r'lOI seI torth In h
"peclf~" pllragJilpn~ l!I~ "co'tlOnal mGlll~~ tor I~ L'1torrT\OltlOn of E~row lo;olOer. but aboUt whietl Esuow Holcier ~ not be
concerl"le<l BUYQr.nd Sellef wili re~lIe Escrow Holder' general pro\li5ion. olnedy from Escrow Holder .n<! wi" -.cu1lI Iud'l
prO\lI$'ons L'pon EsCrOooN HoloQrs reQues:. To the urent lh~ general PI'O\IISIOn:! are rncollSlmrn or con"d willi tt"Uf> ~enl,
It'le Defleral CW'CIII~lon" will control ~ 10 Ine dUTies ano obli9<ltions or EIO'OW HOloer only. B\lyer IlnQ Seller will exeCI.II~ il<ldlhonal
In~!tUclion5, documents and forms prOVlO4td ~ E!n'OW Ho,de( lI'1l1l .re fe;alOn.;;lb!y neoenary Ig dose Ihl e500w,
8. A Copy .A lhilS ~reernent 5~'J be de~VI'~ Ie E$Cfow Holder WlltlWl 3 bll5~ days .fler .cc~nce
lor C - ). BU)'ef and s.ller autt'ooflze E.,crow
Holder 10 "ceepl rmd re'y on Cople'1 lind S'gn!lturea ItS defined ,n ltIis A.greemenl 115 oriilinil8. 10 open escrow af\Cl for gther
ourpo~" of escrow, Tne lIalld'''' ot rI1i5 A.gre-emem ill tle~n B~r <lind Sder ':I 1"101 iif'ected by ¥/turl..... or ...hen Elcrow
Holder Sign, thiS Agreem.nl
C. 8rok.er, lire e Plrty 10 !til' ~crow tor trw 'o~ purpoU> of compe~<!tion pUf'5USnl to pa'419r3ohs 29, 32A _00 parllgr.ptl 0 of t~
SectIOn (Illeu Rel l Estate Brc~t'rs on pgt 8, Buyer irld Seller irrevoc.ilbl'y ./l~n Ie 8rt*ers co,"pen~ ,~ed in
pariOgr&ph:l 2~ al"lCl 3Vo" reiPe-cLJ"..-,., and IrrltV008blY Instl'\lCl Escrowv ~r to Qi$burse thoY tunas to ()m"." al Close Of
Escrow Of ;;.urlUOlm 10 any O1her m\AU~y t)leClneQ caf\t%lIatJon agreemefl\ C~en~lI\l()!'\ instt\lC1tOnS can be .~ Of
rellok.a only WIth th~ ...,.mli?n CO'1l5enl of BrOkers, E~crow HolOl!r stlalJ Immediately nOfify BrOken;: (I) jf B~'. ir.lllaI or any
aiditJoMI depo$ll IS nol mace pv~u"'ll to this Agreement. or IS flOt good at time of deposil with Escrow Ho~r; or Iii) it Buyer
ano SelIE" in~t:LJc. E~erow >1ol6er 10 cenceJ .sao...
D. A Copy of Iny am~nome"l IhIlt affect& any per.graph of this Agrwement lor whien Escrow HOlder i, re.pona.b'e st\8W be
d£>Mred lD Escrow Holdpr wltnln 2 bu!lines, days ener muru81 1l1e<:u100n 01 the amendment
2S. BROKER COMPENSATJQN FFlOIol elTYER: 11 Olppiiclt>le. upon CIO~ 01 E:'l:lOI'W, Buyer agrees to pay compenSllticn to Broker a,
:;Dl'cifoeQ in a ~ePltrate ""'T'Tt'.ef\ il9'eemellt betwee-n Buyer and Broiler
30 TfP\MS AND CONDIiION! OF OfFER:
This IS Gin oH.r 10 purcha$e me Propt>nv 011 tile above te~5 lind C>ndl;lOns. All paragfil~hS with apaces for .nlllfli. by Buyer cmd
Seller are lflCOrporarec ,n tnIS Agre1tmenl only it In,h.led by _II DirtieS. '1 al IWlSl oni but not III partltS initial, 8 COLTIW on.,. i!
reQuin~o U'I,I ~reemenl IS rcache" S-'lPI has tt1l' rignl to oonllnUe to ofhlr ttl; P ropeny tor $2le and 10 aC'Oiptany Ol:ler offer It any
"n'le pnor 10 "ol'~call"" of "~encz, Buyer has re;JO ana &c;lI.nowle-OgtS reclIlpC of a Copy of Itle olf" OInd -9f'&e6 lQ 1he ~
confJrTnatron of agency relationships. tt ltli.s o~er is itCCepted 81la Buyer ~ublequently defaults. Buyer me)' be rel;pOnl,ble 'Of'
cayrnent 01 Brol<e~' e::unpens'l1lon This Ag,eement ano aTr)' llUPP'-'~'\, ilOOenOI1tT\ or modlflc:;rbon. inc:.tud'f\g .ny COPY. mey be
Slgn~O ," two or more COu<11Ir::la"S OlU of whidl $11;11 eon&IItUle O~ ariel tile samf writing.

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3'. r.XPlR..I lION 01 OFFE": Til.. ~r .h." oe ~ reVOI<ea "n(l ne J~S~ """11 ~ rewmec l.In,"-, v-. ofter IS SIlJ/leC b~ Seller and a Copy <11 ~
Sosn9'O otl~" pe'~onally reoe ..... " b)' au"". or ~Y . ....., '5
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~Oovt olfer, :lp'''' Ie .~I t~. Prppt"y on tnt aDCMl \lImTS &'10 CDnCltJornl. Qg-.e5 lt1 the abOve ~ of....."c:y re~Pt s.J'-r I'IIS ,/Xl
rue ~no .Cinow.-o\1M "'Cor'lll of _ Copy Ol t1lIS Ag~rnenl anc lIultlO"z~ £ltet<.er III aen,.., a Siglltd Cepy 10 &)'tI<
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~nl on (O'll'!) at _ C AM 0 PfoI. A blftCl1"ll Ag,..menl Is crearllld ~
a COP'!' of SlQ'1l!d A~nce Is N"on.IIy reulvtCl by Buye, cor Buye'-s author~d ~nt wtteu.. or not eonfirmftf In
ttl~ Ilocum...,t Compl"\()f\ of this to~on ~ not 119Jllly requir.o in ~r to crnla • tlind'ng A;rwment; • is s~
IrTlerwltCl to eVlOI"nCol v- dar, lhat CcntlfTn.lio" of ACUllU.- ha. oc:c~

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""pple~ntal eseo* l~stludlOn, ~ ll':. '....... of !IG/'OW HolOers gefteral prOVISiON
E.er.,...- Hol()er '~,OVISet: ltIlIl til, 0I1t 01 :onItrrTlJlJ«1 0( AOf»tl1lIn~ o! IN Ag....-menl as b«Wetn Buyer 'nd S.ller ill
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.. OlCUACV OF """ .... ClVIS'C)N ,~ AN~ sPI;C'FIC -"-""'$A,CTION " /l6"'C .s>",n
ElROtI:!'lt IS TI1I Pf"~ aU"'t'~lro TO ~ ON RE.<ll [S"T..TE
T~~~ilO"'S. IF VOU D'.<:,r\C lfGAl ell TM ADVlc.E CON!lU~ T AN A~~"OPI'l'ATl PROFESSIONAL
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A IMPOFlT ANCE OF PROPE~TY INVESTlG.A nON: The prlyslC30 COndition of rtI~ land ano ornproVem8tb beong P'JretlIIse<l IS rlO1
g~rameed Oy "'lh.. r $e!l.. 0, oroke'S For thIS reOl~n, you snould COflclUd ttlon>UQh inv~~~tlon. of lTle Property per5O,....,ll~ and....,~
P,o~ .. 5!lonel~ wtlO snoulC provlO .. wntten r"J'lom of 'he'r IrTV~l19atJons. t.. gtner!! Prl~ICOlI "SPPClIO!'\ lyPIC3l1y don 'lol cowr.l aspe<n
01 l~ FIONI1)' n::>r ,ternS ;;fftetlng !No Property Ihat are no1 phy~K;aAy kx1ne<:J on lht Pro~ny tf the proteSSlO1'lMs ~mrne1Cl 1urtr4r
InvEsh""t I Of1S ,nduo,r9 a reCO("1menaal1Onby a pes! COntT~ oper8lor 10 I~Ped ir'laCCesSltll. a~;. of the P~rty. you .~Id CXlntad
qu~lrf,ec e>rperu 10 CO()OUCl s~ ~ddihon" In~II98t1on$.

e BUYEF. RIGHTS AIIO DUTIes: You ,"",1\"


~ ;rlf"rm.lill" ClUly to e •• ,~ ",.a!>Onllbir care to oruled your~r, a'1~ng dlaocvery 01
t~ I~I. I:'rllC'ClI and t~r1r)jc.:l1 Irnp'CZlIOM of d,sclo5t-d taos. .ana trle 1I"I"'~lJ9Il\Jon ;;Ind ".rrllcellon of ''''torm~tIor1 .nd hK:ts lha1 you
Know cr that OIre .....1lJ'\ln yOU! diligent atlQrlt10n ano ob~alion. Thl purCl'l»e egr~ 9'"e5 you ~t ~ht to "we'l1gat.e ~ Property. If
\,Ou exerOSf this "9hL ~nc you should. you must 00 50 In llC~ with the term, of tNIC agret!'!Tlenl. n.is lilt be;U w-v for you to
,,'meet YOLlr~r. II IS ert~ly ,mponanl tOf ~u 10 read <ill ...ritter, repclft! provj(J~ by pro~onal, and 10 d~s.! l!'le rHruIts of
Int>pecllOM WIt!" thE- prcfes~O!lGI w'lo conoUClH: Ihe 'nt;peolon. You have the right ro request that SeIer tT\Ike rep;;ll'" correctIOns or
:.I<~ other 1'010(\ o.. seo ,Ipcn Item, dlscov~",o In your ,nYesllg;hons or Ol.closed 0'1 Seiler. If Sel~r is UnwilWlg or unable lo ... ~ your
rt'ou~!itS. or you de not INOinl to pun:h;nt- the p~ in Its OIr>dosed ;;Inc ol&CO\oleP'ed condrtlOn. you Ilave ltle roglll to '4rlC11l rM'
agreement r1 you act WIth", sPeCIfIC tllTl' pef'lOtU if you 00 not anc,,1 ~ .tir~ment In a tlmety ..FlCl proper ."an,..." you mlly be in
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C SE~ER R/G~TS AND DUTIES: ~Iler IS -eQu'red to dlSClO'" to you mIll.nal foldS kno.om to hmlher t!\aI af'lea tile ",-.e or
~irClbility oi l/'Ie Property However, Sellgr may "01 be aWille of ,ome ~ropet1)' <leteas or COnditiorl5. s.Illr coes not have an obIigallon
to ,n~p.c;1lt\t Proj'erty for your oereftl nor ~ Seller Oblig"l~ 10 reparr, COrred or OtherwiM! curt lIna-> liefce:ti thaI ere disd~ 10 you
0: ,(eVloL~ty I.In~nown defec:1s fNlt lST'1' dts=v&Rld by you or yOUl Inspeoo'!> Qlmng ~OW. The purcha$e e~ent ool'gatws Seller to
rna~e the Property avallllble to you tor Ir"esl,~iotl6.

D BROKER OBLIGATIONS: Brokers 00 nor havt clXpertin In Oil ar~ '1'10 'thPl'etorI C2f11101 a<:lvl!e you on many rtemts, auc:ta as .oil
slOoility. g.OIogK 01 ",wlfenmerual condTlieras, hazardoua or I~glll ocr.1rolled ,ub'lanc&~. S4TVdural cordtiOfls 01 \I'll foul'lOllton Of omer
\mpl'ovemenls, or!tlQ =ndltlQI' of!tl. roof. clumbinQ, helting, 81r CD"<1lIion\~ e~l<:al, ~, ~ic. «;ute d~. or ottler ,ynilm.
The only w .. y to .~l.Jralely ~erm..,. Iflt ConOl1)on of the ~ 111 through an ,n3Pedlon boy en eppropr"m: p,*"lonoIl by .-oed
yo," If 6rOloer 91"t' yeu re~rra15 10 ~"cn profe..sof\li!s, e,"*cr Cl0e3 not 9ua~t" tt..-r per1o<ma~. You may ••Ied any protvs.sional
oj YOur c1'1D<JsJnS In YleS Inuolvlf\9 residentlal ~If'ng. with no rnorv tttan four unit&. Brokers have 01 ct.Jty to ~ • diligent vlsUei
,mDec\IOn 0' the llO:I'SSI~ ereas 01 the Propeny end to 018clo5e !I'll' resUlt! 01 that nspeClIOO. Howewr, " Somt Prope11y del.ct, Of
C{)nd~lOnS rn.oy "01 be (jl5CO"or;bl~ frum a 1I/lilJal In~Glion, it ',. P08$ible S~~ en! not aw..... of lt1em. H YO\J ~•• nlered inlll a
wrTIer. aCrt!err.ent With • Eroll~r, tne ,;pedhc term. of ltllt &g~nt wi' olOtprmirv 1I'le n~~ and LV1eflI CIt h I Brokers duty '" you.
YOU JlJl,E STROt+GLY ADVISED TO I~VESTlG"n THE C:O"DIlION AND SUnABlLfTI OF A~ ASPECiS OF THE PROf'ERTY, IF'
YOU DO NOT DO SO, YOU A~! ACTING AGAINST THE ADVICE OF QAOI'(!R$.

E. yOU AI'\E ADVISED TO CONDuCT INVESTIGATIONS Of THI ENT1RE PROF'ER'TY, INCLUDING, ElUT NOT LIMITED TO TliE
fOl.LOWING:
1. GENERAL CONDlTION Of' THE PItOP!RTY, ITS SYSTfMS AND COM"ON!~S: Founaallon. roof. plumbing, t>eating. 8Ir
ecndit,onlflg. el~cttlOll. mechMrc:a1. 8eQJrty. poollapa. Oll'oef stl'uCtl.Jf'll1 and nOOrrSU\JClurlll system! end components. fiJrtures,
b'lII!-I'1 ;apphnCQ5 IIny Pf'raoniill prooerty included III the ~1Il, ."d e~rgy e1Ticienc.y at tile Property (S\rudulaf engll'leeta are ~
suited to dec~rTTlIne po..c>l, oeaign or construction defects. IIf'l(l wtlfttler Improvements are Sll\lC.ur.~y 5OUrd.)
2 SQUARE fOOTAGE, AGE, BOUNDARl!S: Sq~re itlOUlge, room djmen~lons, Jot SIZ'. Bge of improv.ments and bounda,.es. Any
"u~1'1C81 ''12le~'''h legardlng tt1.u i1"rM are APPROx,IMJlnONS ONl'f and have net been -wenfleO by $elle:r and QMol be
.... n;led by BrOl<e..., I'encet, hcages. walls rltalning walle ana ot!'ler nal\JraI 01 conSIIUCled barrier, or ma~rs do not "ecHSoI!lrill"
Idf!f'lily rrut PrOPftty /lounder .... (Profe'S10"'" auet1 as app~&&era, ~rcMl/ClS. ""1YryGl5 .nd eM! enginee-... rc bHt IUlted to
oeterrmne ~Qw ... e footolge. dlm~lJon, and bOundflries of Itt. Property.)
:; WOOD DESTROYING PESTS: Pres~nu at, or COOClitlOrtS ~j(ely to llao to me praW1O! of WOOd deEtT'Oying pe,ts and orgenislM
anc Oll1er mle5t~Mn or 'nfK1ion, InsPQetlOr1 reports ~ring 1l1eSt 'fems C4V'I be separ.lled Into two sedion8: Seaion 1 ioel'llifres
a(~as wMre rnfe5UIIJOn or InteCliOfl II !'lloent. Seaior1 2 identifle' altia' Wf1"re there ,,'e conditions hkdy to leecl tel ~lion Of
,nfection A rel1'sJered Sll'1.JC!U r il peSI conlrel CO/'I1f)8ny 1$ be~1 $uited tD per10rm these inspecl:ions.

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?rooe<T; I'oad'eu. ~ p~ ez..... :·W':y /lil,i" CA 90.2U 0.-: $tpt.eooQer. 2()(].

4. SOIL STA8IUTY: u,ner'lC'- of fl. Of comP&Ctedso~ expinsIVE or r;z;rTtr3ctJt19 soil. S~llbiflty to '-'ippag•. eetll81; l)l' IrQw'erTWlflt
.nd 'hp aceoullCY Of d,"B'nll ge (~otKhnICbl el1g'~rs lire best suited to Ol>'.rmJtle slJd'1 conOibons, causes Ind remedies)
5. ROOF: Pleserr COn<l ,tl()rC , age. Ie.U, .r,d r~n'ng us""" lite. (ROefing con1r.ietors llre bes! $U'lec to ~rm+ne these CCYIOlhons 1
6. POOLJSPA: C"3Cl<S. I... ~ or o~ranona) probl~ms (POOl contr3c:loro we Desl SUIted to datermW1e these COnditio",.)
7. WA~Tf DISPOSAL: Type~i. ClOOQUacy. ~?3Clty 11M condllJon of ~r IlI'lCl sepl,e: !l~tems ino ~ connectIon 10
5e... er and _ppllCab~ kw' .
6. WATE R AND UT~lJTES; WElL SYSTE~S A~C COMPONENTS: Wal~ and Ulitity ;JVilJlat>ir~y, Lr.Ie re!ItT\ctJor\$ .nc costs. water
c<uAlity aoequiley. oonOlhor, aM Denor.Tliln~ Of .... t'lIlysWms <mel comooneml
~ ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS; PO\>inlial en,moomemal h22&rds. ,nduo'ng, bUt ncl hmilq(: to. a!>best~ ~Id·bol~ pun Ol"d otJ'>ef

leeo ~nUlrt'"natlor.. raOon. I"'1Qttlane. other ~a~!.. tv.1 0<' or Cf)ernlc:.81 storclge tan.,.
CO'"\\amln3t'd 5Ol1 Of Wl!4!(, harlrOou\ W8'Jte.
Wllsl, 0:H105(11 5ne~ eleetrome9nWlIl; l'IelCl$ nUClQar 5OUIC.. , and other ~b6\aroce.. m~niiJ$. ProdU05. Of condilJonl (1nc;:lyda'1~
mole (OtJrtxlmli. l<')lIe or otn.rwrse) fun9lA <X $Im"ar OOmamll\int!l). (For mOll rntormabOtl on theM ~, yO\J rnay COtlSUlI lin
~ppOP"ale proless'on,,1! or :~d the booklets ·EnVlro",~mal ,,"a.z_r~; A GUide tor Homeawoers. BUyer:... Landortis and Te~nu:
''Prote-cl Your family From ~ao '" Your Mcrne' Q( boltl.)
, O. EARTHQUAKES AND ~UXlOlNG' Sl.ISCeptJbility c:A tnt Property 10 urtt1Qv.kaI.ei1!rric hazmtb and pro~sily of ttl. Prcpany to
flood (A C*OI<.>gi&! 0' Geo!'eCI1/l1c.1 Eng,,'lel!" Is beST sl6ted to P<OVI~ ,nlonna1;on on these cxmd.'ons.)
11. nRc... HAZARD AND OTHE" INSU"-ANCE: Thtl 3\1awability anQ COSl of ,.,e~ry QI: o"",d
""Ufinol ~ lIary. The loaIhon or
thtl Ff':lPPrty in a sel$f'l'llc flood or fire I'Ianlrc zone, and other cxrdlllOns. IVd"l al thl age oj u. Propeny and the clafms history 01
the P:n~rTy inC Euyer. may ll'lec1 \hW W1l1111~hty O>\'ld nM<l tor cel'\alJ1 types of "'~\Jranc,. a~1 should e>epl~ ..... ~ ~
~lHI) ~ tni, ,n'orm"bOf1 mY!' aff~e:t other O~CJS'OT\$. 'rd.J(ling the nemcwal ot lOan ane ,nspectlon CDn1ing~OH. (An Insurance &\)en!
is ~t auJ&ed 10 prov-de ,nlormaltOn en lhek =ndalons )
12 BUIlDING PERMITS, ZO'-lING AND GOVERNMEl'fTAi. IItfOUIREMENTS; PermltJ, if'Q;P'ldion6. oert1ie:ates. zoning, ofl\er
Qovernrnenlal ~rn'lalJOn!> ~tnCllOns. and re-oUl'emet\15 a!ttcLng the CUTenl QI: fulUre ~ 01 the Ploperty, its ~elc>pmerrt Of SIZE.
(SUCh intormat'On is "v,lIlable "'am 4ipproprlll1e gov~rrvn."t"i agend~S ino prMlte InIormeMn proVlOel"!. Brolcerl arw not Qu;alffro to
~v,t-W or Tnlerprer Ilny sue n 'I'110l'lTl8tlOrl.)
13. RENTAL PR-QPERiY RE6TRICTIONS: 50me 01'0& an<! covnllu 'mpo$& r~ttrlCtio!'lS lt1at limit the amount of __ \hili can be
charoed, N me~,mum numbllr of OCCvpllnts. llncl tr'l rlQl"l of a landlord 10 lerT'l"lO"l" I If:nllncy. DeltdbOll 0' other I()CU and 8eaurity
'V~Q~ to' OOO~ enD WlnOOWS. ""eluding WIndOW biOTS. ihouId tie b~\l"Ied to dttermil'le wt>eltler "'-Y utl,ty I~el recwiremertls.
(Govemmt'nlll~nCJe-!oQn P<OvI~ ...,formefloo 4Jbour thete .-.stnc:tions and oltler requirenwnts.l
1... SECURITY ANO SAFETY: St4JtE and 10081 L~ ""y r~u,", tile tn5tOl1J4ilron of barners. Il~ elMm:J. self4al<;t11ng ~nlSlTll
!lncl/or other ~asure3 to Cec~g ~ ns~ to children and otner ~rsom c:A e:rlstlflg ~mm'ng poolS and hot tubs, liS well as IIWIOl.W
fl~ sa~ .nc1 othPf measurps con~ming o/t>er features of tne Property. Compli3~ reQ.JI'ementS oifler from cit)' 10 cIIy Ind c:ourrty
10 county. UnlPl:S ,peCit,cally 2Qreed, the Property rna) ;TD1 ~ 10 comphllncw with thfl~ I1l?'Owr.mentS (Local gowmmeol &geflCJeS
can provide infOI'm;l11On about ftle:le restrictions and ott1ef f'I'l<u,,-. . m,n1s.)
15 NEIGHBORHOOD, AI~EA, SUGOIVtSIQN CONOmONS; PERSONAl FAC7ORS: "*'9hbo~ or are. condition., indudirlg
. ~d\OOIs pro~imdy IIno ae-quacy ot . - enforc,ement ~ sl2tr.l:JeS, Itle prounity 01 ~glStered felons or offenollr$..flre pr~,
orner gO¥l'mmenr selVl~. ,vllllablfrty, aOllQUIIC:Y and com of ."y~. "",relbU lT1t~et ClOl'lneQ1Ol'1! l)l' etrter
''''.co mm vn'C8TlOn! or om.r 1~c;hnOIOgY setVlCIK lind lTls.talloationi. prOIC,rnIty ., commeroll!, 'I'ld u5tN I or "9nc:utwral. aetlYltles,
e~lr.lIl'\O ~nd prop05'-<l l,ans.porutllon. consOUCI.OO and CleY.lopment tf\it mlY .~ OOlSll, view. or tra1Tic:. 8Irpon nocae. "OI5e or o<lcr
from ,,;'y source. wild .me oom"51ic a..,ll'T'I!ll~ other ~isencal, haz,erds, or Clroumsblneea, prot8C\ed .spedes. _~nd propertieS,
OO\arUcel C':lellse5. h~tonc or other govemmentilJly pro~ed Jirtes or Imcro..ements. CJe(nP1eflt'S. IeoilrlleS end c:ofldltlCln of common
urell:l of common ,nlllfeSl :lubo:\Illlionl, 4Jno POSsib~ "ell
at ~i.nce wttI1 .ny Ill>'llemiflQ documonts l)l' Homeo_,.' A&aoci8tion
r~uirl'ments CO'1dillons .line InfluenCll.ls C1I 5tgnifK.MlcZ to certain Q.j1tU'e$ anl1Jor ~Itg'ons. llnC pe~aI needs, requretTle"b and
prefe~r= of Buyer

Buyel "'~ Selle-< "Clv1owleCl9' ~nd ~ t'l81 8ro,..,. ll) 00Qe nel ~ ~.l pna: BUYef shoulC PtIy or S.I" &llCU1d I~ (II) Deft IlCI1
;juarenlN I'" ccndillQM of In. "',oo.rty; /iii) Do.i not gUlnollllee lhc: PlI"!Ormll'lC1t. -O..-CV 0' ~Of"'ll'I~eness 01 in_a.cns. a.-vlces. produea or
re(:'~ provlO1!d ()( m.de Oy S.1l~' or o~: (i\I) SIIIII nDt be '"po..... far de Mil', 1"9 Cltleett :till are nlllllnOWn 10 ~ iJ'lll I')"" no! .. ~Iy
uL>""rvabie on ,.."onaCly ~CC2",Cie ,,,.,, O! tM Pr~: (tI) ~ W1 common area: or It) I~ crl'! I". aile oi .... Pro~.'1Y; 'v) S/laJ nOI b.
~oon~il>1e 10, In'PQul~ pulllr~ reeol~ 01 pe,mc cDOC:ernlllg !?Ie liUe C7 Ilft crf P'OIi>lIrtv: lvi) Snll' not De "&j;lOt1S'tlIe lor _n~ the IDcalloh of
cound.ry "".. or orner lie ms .1Il:<:\Wl1l ~: l...i;1 SII.. rIOt be re$OO"''' lor ¥"nIyIflQ sc....-e "'ot&Qe.
!eC1"lt_tIonI 01 olM.. Of inIormauon
c:on~ne<l or. In.estl9.lJOn .. "ora ~ LJrlI"9 selYlc». ~rtr.I~f1Is ~ 01' otller ~omOhlltl3l material: ,viiI} S"AII not be rnt\lClfWlblll tor
pro",~,n9 '.011 or Ia' .OYlCr fe9lrUt"\l lOY _ 0 oJ • trIlnr.aCJCn .n.r.ll 'hlO Py 6u)ier or Sekr. InC IIx) S"<IP no! be _oonllbill tor Clf'OYidln9
Olher ;ll",ce or l'lfDtmMon lnlll eJe»eas It-.. l<nowil109l, .cu~rlon ;"ll '.r-""'oe ~u;."o 10 perlcrrn rw.&l eslJI~ IlQW'ISed ~It)'. Buyer 'nc:! SeIIet'
.grn 10 ~ ~g.;. tu, ,nsu,.n~. ~ .nel C'C~., oealnrel aU'l1ancr !torn OljlPlOpnm prcqaionll.

By Signing ~Io.., liiuyer 4Jnd S~Jor each K"~I ttlal ttwy hive "'ad. Underatand, ~pt and AaVll rll'(;ifved a Copy of
this Adv~ry. BUyflW .nco~ to rwIId It ~efUlty.

Buyer Signature CAte

Seller Signature-" Date Seller Slgr.atu~ Date


Jo:.epb Ze:rn.i.r.
TH'~ ,~ ....., e.EEN A"""OV£D EY "'Ht r."1I~0A""'" A!SOClATlON 0' "lEAl TDRSe (C.A "'.J NO REPRE5ENU'T'IQIo/ 15 I.IAOi AS 10 TH' lEGAl. v.a.u01'r" OIl
~OfCUAC'" 0< "'"lY -OVISION N ANY SPEc,!',e l<;A'lSACTIOIIl " ilEAl. E~.. TO PloKl;Il IS 'T'H~ "lill$ON Cw.../r1[C TO 1\lNl6€ Ofj "fAL ESTAn
r""'.N!>ACTro~ ,. yuu O[~I'\E :,f(;lll 01'1 TIU< ADV!CO C;~SUl 'T' AA APPflOPfW<,'l': PI'\('lFEs.sIOHA ..
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WOOD DESTROYING PEST INSPECTION ANO

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Of R..r." 1 T () I\. S • ALLOCA1ION OF COST ADDENDUM
(C.AR. Fo"" ~,., Re.... lM<l 10102)

T~dS I~ an 3Odendu~ 10 l.... t ~ Ca!rtom.e He!>lc.ntlal P\Jrc:."1~ A~ee~t or Q Ott.er


- rAgreemenr). cated Sec;tember if 2004
on property known ~s 32C s. Ff'ck DrH'e, k~rly Rip., CA. 9Qil£
(" Proper1y").
berw~n _ ~;j ...... SaJIOoIO.an r 6uyer'")
and _ _ _ _ _-'J:::;o"'.3"'C'PEIh f~%"%'M (·S~ler")

THE ~OLLDWiNG SHALL R.EPI ACE THE \/\OOD DESTROYING PEST INSr'ECTION PARAGRAPH (<SA Ifl the Cal1foml2l
Resloent,al Purch~ Agre-ernerlt IRP-"-CA)) and sl1all 5uperseoe any confllcll/"\Q ~rms ,n any p~ousty-genefated
agreerne .... t

WOOD D£S~OY,NG PESTS


A, 0 3uyer [l; Seller W1all pPJy lor a Fest Control Repon: for wood d~troy'ng pelts and organrsms only ('Report').
7tJe Report Shtll De p~Dar~c t:>~ SQll",r:l d:c. oc a regi~eo strudural pe5t
::;C"lt:"O! :;;(mpany who Shan 5ep.orctEl ttle F'eport mto seetJOf1S ~or eVlClenr 1I'1~~laton or Intectioo (Section 1) and fOr
:O:"ldltlons liI'ely to lead to ,nf~!'ltCillon or Infechon (Sectlon 2]. The Report lShcill co'W'er lt1e main bUllOing 81'00 ~Ch.d
srrl:CllJre~ ano. If chec"ed: ~ detacnea 92ra~s i!lnd carports, 0 deliletled decks, 0 the fDlklw,ng other :rt.ructures
on the Propert>/ __
Tne REpor. snail not IrCIUOe roof covenngs If the Property IS Ii unit Il'1 II condominium or other common Interes!
SUt'dlVlSlon !'hE F;epc"1 shall include only ttle ~ep!lrzlte I11teresl and eny exc:lusl'Je-iJse areas ~jng transf9rTed, an<l
sl1all no: ,nCIude common areas Waler Le5~ of !hower pam; 011 upoer '.\1411 units may not be performed unless the
owners of property below Ihle shew., t;onsent If Buyer requests inspecbon of Inacceuib!e a~s, euy~r shall pey for
lh~ (;Osl or entry. insptH;tion and clO$log tor tho~ 2reas, unlPU olherwise agreed A. wnttrl Pest Control CertifiCatIon
shall be lssuec: ;:no, l() Close or
Escrow, unless otherwtlle agreefl, only if no i"fe-£tation or tnfection Is found or If
reQUH-ed cOflec:tJ\le work is completed.

B. (Section 1) =:J Eiuyer ~ Seller 5hall pay for won, r~mmended \0 correct '~ion l' conditioos oescnbed in the
Report 2nd tne cost of,nspeetion, entry ana ClOSing of tnole Inacce5aib~ ;ifeas wtlere 41ctl've rn~lation or Infection
IS, dlSCO\lereO

<Sf'cfion 2} [l: Buyer C Seifer ,hall p~y for ..... ork recommeflded to correct 'Section 2' condltlon$ deScribed In the
Report jf requesleo oy l:ivyer.

B-; signing be 10"" , tt1e undery,ign5Q acknowledge that ~Ich hIS rUd. und.~~nd. and hal A'ceive-d I copy of this
Addendum.

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28US 3014676948-068
M28

ADJUSTABLE RATE NOTE


(One- Year LlBOR Index (As Published In The Waf! Street Journal) - Rate Caps)

THIS NOTE CONTAINS PROVISIONS ALLOWING FOR A CHANGE IN MY FIXED INTEREST


RATE TO AN ADJUSTABLE INTEREST RATE AND FOR CHANGES IN MY MONTHLY
PAYMENT. THIS NOTE LIMITS THE AMOUNT MY ADJUSTABLE INTEREST RATE CAN
CHANGE AT ANY ONE TI ME AND THE MAXIMUM RATE I MUST PAY.
DECEMBER 03, 2007 WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CALIFORNIA
[Date] lCity} [State]

320 S PECK DRIVE, BEVERLY HILLS, CA 90212


[Property Address]
1. BORROWER'S PROMISE TO PA Y
In return for a loan that I have received, I promise to pay U.S. $ 1 374 400 00 (this amount is called
"Pri nci ra1"), pi us interest, to the order of Lender. Lender is WAS H I NG~ON ~UTU~L BANK. FA

I will make all payments under this Note in the form of cash, check or money order.
I understand that Lender may transfer this Note. Lender or anyone who takes this Note by transfer and who is
entitled to receive payments under this Note is called the "Note Holder."

2. INTEREST
Interest will be charged on unpaid principal until the full amount of Principal has been paid. I will pay interest
at a yearly rate of 7.375 %. The interest rate I will pay may change in accordance with Section 4 of
this \,Jote.
The interest rate required by this Section 2 and Section 4 of this Note is the rate I will pay both before and after
any default described in Section 7(13) of this Note.

3. PA Y!\IENTS
(A) Time and Place of Payments
I will make a payment on the first day of every month, beginning on FEBRUARY 01 2008
Before the first Principal and Interest Payment Due Date as described in Section 4 of this Note, ~y payment will
consist only of the interest due on the unpaid principal balance of this Note. Thereafter, I will pay principal and
interest by making a payment every month as provided below.
I will make my monthly payments of principal and interest beginning on the First Principal and Interest
Payment Due Date as described in Section 4 of this Note. I will make these payments every month until I have paid
all of the principal and interest and any other charges described below that I may owe under this Note. Each monthly
payment will be applied as of its scheduled due date, and jf the payment includes both principal and interest, it will
be applied to interest before Principal. If, on JANUARY 01, 2038 , I still owe amounts
under this Note, I will pay those amounts in full on that date, which is called the "Maturity Date."
Iwillmakemymonthlypaymentsat P.O. BOX 78148, PHOENIX, AZ 85062-8148

or at a different place if required by the Note Holder.


(3) Amount of My Initial Monthly Payments
My monthly payment will be in the amount of U.S. $ 8,446.83 before the Pirst Principal and
Interest Payment Due Date, and thereafter will be in an amount sufficient to repay the principal and interest at the
rate determined as described in Section 4 of this Note in substantially equal installments by the Maturity Date. The
Note Iioider will notify me prior to the date of change in monthly payment.

MULTISTATE ADJUSTABLE RATE NOTE - ONE-YEAR UBOR INDEX - Single Family


P~9·10~5

W170NMU (0407)
VMP Mortgage Solutions. Ino. 1800)521-7291 I nit lals.
-----

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AMERICA'S WHOLESALE LENDER ~

&ok~ MICHAEL JAMES O'REILLY DBA PACIFIC


Branch t: 0000933
150 LINDARO STREET STE 110 Ekoker

SAN RAFAEL, CA 94901 Con1act VICTOR PARKS


Phone: (415) 257-2701 Ekok.

Br fax NO.: (415) 259-0866 Ph"". ( 4 1 5) 4 4 4 - 0 4 4 8


8lOk'"
SUSPENDED by Fe•• " (415) 4-r9.;:2_-..:.4.;:3.;:8.;:8 ~- _

31p ~ 4q(,. - ~J-{",


DIANE FRAZIER
This Is to Inform yov that your losn submission
Loan" 817 37 3 75
w.
10/14/2004

reviewed at the NrTn$ lIatAd below:


Borre_'. N&'ne:,..::S:.:.AMAA::.:..::.:.:.;N~,......:.;N...:.I.:.V...:.I.:::E~ _

Appl~o Lolln Arrount 1, 374, 400 .00 ~~m~~C~5/1 LIaR A~ InterestO~

Purpose: PURCHASE, OWNER OCCUPIED, REDUCED


Stwrt RaW: S. 50 0 swt T.",.,: 60 LTV' 80.00
LOAN AMOUNT: 1,374,400.00

Subjecc to the specific conditions listed below, we W~Il be able to approve


your loan aubmis8'oo. For all submissions, pending flnal approval, no change
10 the borrOwer(s) financial status or employment can occur, and the credlt
documents and appra1sal must remain current.

TO ~void having your submission closed for lncompl~tene33, any ~tems listed
below as 'RequirQd Prior to ~pproval' must be rececved within 10 days of the
date shown above.
eo..dltl"....1 P _ 2 - o\pprov-', 17

Aequl,ftd CondllJon Condition


Prlor 10 Statue Code Condltlon DeeclCommenlll

APPROVAL OPEN 027. BORROWER WRITTEN EXPL~NATION REGARDING


Acceptable explAnacion why bUBines~ in 411 reVeL6e i. on 1227 So
~lfred, L.A.
~PROVAL OPEN
138. OTHER CONDITION 1
Corp approval req'd for this ~nhanced progrAm wi .75% added to
fee & any condition., provlde a complete copy p~ckag~ along w,th
all conditions in triplicate
APPROV~ OpeN 139. OTHER CONDITION 2
Pricing to b@ corrected to ehow .75% add to fee for this ~nhanced
~xe~p~1on program
APPROVAL OPEN 141. OTH~ CONDITION 4
Verify $3Dk on depo~ic wi e~crow w/ source verified
APPROVAL OPEN 142. OTHER CONDITION 5
Provide co~plet~ ~x~cut~d purchage contrac~, escrow inst~uct1ona
will not act a~ ~ Bubstitu~~
~PROVAL OPEN 144. OTHER CONDITION 7
provide 03' business licen.e or CPA leeter verifying fil@d last 2
yr~ 1040's as self employed SAme loca~10n
APPRoVAL OPEN 145. OTHER CONDITION 8
WF bk B~t t681-4098380 for 7/12 thru 8/12 d~ SlaOk
DOCUMENTS OPEN 006. APPRAISAL-ACCEPTABLE FIELD REVIEW (TO SUPPORT S__~__ )
«««« Condition ~nformation con~1nu~~ on att~ched &dd~ndum »»»»

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OVP's1RVP'51RSM's Signature Da1lI

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Minute Order, Paper Court File

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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p612/679 612
J..
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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
DATE: 01/30/08 DEPT. WEJ
HONORABLE TERRY B. FRIEDMAN JUDGEII
JUDGE J. CITRON DEPUTY CLERK
A. PUIG, CSL/CT ASST.
TEMII
JUDGE PRO TEM ELECTRONIC RECORDING MONITOR
COUNTY CLERK
HONORABLE
01/30/0B DEPT. WEJ 1 1 of Page
Deputy Sheriffll
Sheriff Reporter
MINUTES ENTERED L. McLAY, #10765
NONE
8: 30 ami
am SC087400 Plaintiff
Counsel MOE KESHAVARZI (X)
NIVIE SAMAAN 2 NSF chk recd/re
VS 1 $36.50 1 &97.5 Defendant JOHN PATTON, JR. (X)
JOSEPH ZERNIK Counsel KEITH KLEIN (X)
RECUSAL - JUDGES ALAN GOODMAN; JOSEPH ZERNIK (X)
J.BIDERMAN; J.CONNOR; & J.SEGAL IN PRO PER
170.6-JUDGE R.NEIDORFjJUDGE L.C
I
NATUREeF
NATUREfW PROCEEDINGS:
DEFENDANT'S (JOSEPH ZERNIK) EX PARTE APPLICATION
FOR THE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF ALL ZERNIK'S FUNDS HELD
BY LOS ANGELES SUPERIOR COURTj
Matter is called for hearing.
Defendant's ex parte application is read, considered,
and denied with prejudice.
Plaintiff's counsel is to give notice.
Plaintiff's counsel is to give notice.
and denied with prejudice.
Defendant's ex parte application is read, considered,
Matter is called for hearing.
BY LOS ANGELES SUPERIOR COURT;
FOR THE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF ALL ZERNIK'S FUNDS HELD
DEFENDANT'S (JOSEPH ZERNIK) EX PARTE APPLICATION
NATUREBF PROCEEDINGS:
170.6-JUDGE R.NEIDORFiJUDGE L.C
- --
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-- - - - -
IN PRO PER -
- .~--- ----
-- ------- - ---- ---
J.BIDERMAN; J.CONNORi & J.SEGAL
JOSEPH ZERNIK (X) RECUSAL - JUDGES ALAN GOODMAN;
KEITH KLEIN (X) Counsel JOSEPH ZERNI K
JOHN PATTON, JR. (X) Defendant VS 1 $36.50 1 &97.5
NIVIE SAMAAN 2 NSF chk recd/re
(X) MOE KESHAVARZI Counsel
Plaintiff 8:30 am SC087400
Reporter Deputy Sheriff NONE
#10765 L . McLAY,
MINUTES ENTERED
Page 1 of 1 DEPT. WEJ 01/30/08
ELECTRONIC RECORDING MONITOR JUDGE PRO TEM HONORABLE
A. PUlG, CSL/CT ASST. COUNTY CLERK
J. CITRON DEPUTY CLERK JUDGE TERRY B. FRIEDMAN HONORABLE
DEPl'. WEJ 01/30/08 DATE:
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
z May 12, 2009

January 30, 2008


Notice of Ruling

613 ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p613/679


.,


"

SHEPPARD MULLIN RICHTER & HAMPTON LLP


A Limited Liability Partnership
A
2 II Including Professional Corporations
PHILLIP A. DAVIS. Cal. Bar No. 110430
~ II I\10E
MOE KE.SH~A \lARZI~ Cal. Bar No. 223759
KESHAVARZL
ROBERT MUSSIG. Cal. Bar No. 240369
4411333333 South Hope Street, 48th Floor
9007] -1448
Los Angeles. California 90071
"" II Telephone: .:'13-62U-1780
.213-620-]78(1
Facsimile: 213-620-] 398
.213-6.20-]
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11

] 2 II NIVIE SAMAAN,
12 SAMAAN. an individual; Case No. SC 087400

13 Plaintiff Honorable Terrv Friedman

14 v. NOTICE OF RULING

] 5 II JOSEPH ZERNJK.
]5 ZERNIK. an individual and
DOES
DOES]1 through O. inclusive.
through]10. jncJusj~ve.
16
Defendants.
17
18

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24

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?'JOTICE OF RULl0'G
?\iOTICE RUL8G
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1 TO ALL PARTIES AND THEIR ATTORNEYS OF RECORD:


2
~ PLEASE TAKE "\lOnCE
~OTICE that defendant Joseph Zemik's ("Zernik") Ex
Zernik's ("Zemik") E\. Parte

4 II Application for an Order that the Receiver release all funds held by him came
carne on regularly

,. . 'II for hearing


hearln.!Z OJ]
(lll Januan
J:1J1uan 311. ~llil~
'::fIU~ t:.'dJ a.m
at t:.'d) Zemik appeared
a,m, ZC'Jl1ik 1~llt
appC'arC'G in pro per and appeared late

fClr the heann~ 'doe Kesha\arzi


(, Ii for \lullin. Richter &: Hampton LLP appeared
Keslla\arzi of Sheppard \lul1in. appeal"ed

Ill' i,t'il:t!1 ,'I,Llll1[ln"l\ It ,,:llll:l:tll ''-.:dllld::l'' k,'lth Ii kit-Ill \)fHnn (:1\,'. ~ ! Ji

~ i I appeared T(X
S 'I n~n-pan: Country\\ide and counse i 1)'om
tor n~n-pan: hom the 13\\
1a\\ 11r111
tlrm of Pasternak.

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11
11 Zernik's brief. Samaan's opposition and oral argument of
After considering Zemik's

12 II Zemik and counsel the Court.


Court, the Honorable Teny'
Terry Friedman presiding, ordered as follows:
follmvs:

13 II Zemik's Ex Pane
Parte Application is denied with prejudice. The Court also warned Zemik
Zernik that

14 II if he seeks the same relief under the same facts,


facts. he wi]]
will be sanctioned.

15
1b i! Dated: Januar:,
J anuan :'(1. 200~
.-:,(!. 200~

17 SHEPPARD. MULLIN, RICHTER


SHEPPARD, ICHTER & HAMPTON LLP
UP

18
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19 By
OE KESHA VARZI
V ARZI
20
Attorneys for Plaintiff
21 NIVIE SMAAN

22
23

24

25
26
27 I

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WOC"'ESC 'w,,"! '0069':C' , & EXHIBITS p615/679
;'yjlvlKi.100695=-: • NOTICE OF RlLlNG
RlLING
i:
PROOF OF SERVICE

2 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

"
.) I am employed in the County of Los Angeles: I am over the age of eighteen
years and not a party to the within entitled action; my business address is 333 South Hope
4 II Street, 48th Floor, Los Angeles, California 90071-1448 .

.: ; II On JanuarY 30, 2008, I served the following document(s) described as


, NOTICE OF RULING on the interested party(ies) in this action by placing true copies
6 II thereof enclosed in sealed envelopes andJor packages addressed as follows:

Rohert .1. Shulkin. Esq. Joseph Zemik


The La\\ Depanment 2415 Saint George Street
8 Coldwell Banker Residential Los Feliz. Califolnia 9002 7
Brokerage Company ]z 12345(Ciem1hlink.net
C) ] 1(,11 San Vicente Blvd.. Ninth Floor
l oS:\JH!.ek~. C~\ ')()()4C)-6~ 1 (I
IU Facsimile: i3JU) -+4--190~
roben.shulkin(iicamoves.com
11
David 1. Pasternak John W. Amberg, Esq.
12 Pasternak, Pasternak & Patton, LLP lenna Moldawsky, Esq.
1875 Century Park East, Suite2200 Bryan Cave, LLP
13 Los Angeles: California 90067-2523 120 Broadway, Suite 300
Facsimile: (310) 553-1540 Santa Monica, California 90401-2386
14 djp(Q)paslaw.com Facsimile: (310) 576-2200

15 Sanford Shatz, Esq.


Todd A. Boock, Esq.
16 5220 Las Virgenes Road, MS: AC-l J
Calabasas, California 91302
17 Facsimile: (818) 871-4669

18 ~ BY MAIL: I am "readily familiar" with the finn's practice of collection and


processing correspondence for mailing. Under that practice it would be deposited
19 with the U.S. postal service on that same day with postage thereon fully prepaid at
Los Angeles, California in the ordinary course of business. I am aware that on
20 motion of the party served, service is presumed invalid if postal cancellation date or
postage meter date is more than one day after date of deposit for mailing in
21 affidavit.

22 0 BY HAND DELIVERY: I caused such envelope(s) to be delivered by hand to the


office of the addressee(s).
23
~ STATE: I declare under penalty ofpeIjury under the laws of the State of
24 California that the foregoing is true and correct.

25 Executed on January 30, 2008, at Los Angeles, California.

26
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David Zasloff
28

616 ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p616/679


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Case 2:08-cv-01550-VAP-CW Document 58-7 Filed 05/09/2008 Page 41 of 50

1 MR. KLEIN: COUNTRYWIDE'S ONLY POSITION, YOUR


2 HONOR, IS THAT WE KEEP GETTING NOTICED WITH
3 EX PARTES, OFTENTIMES THEY'RE REFERRING TO THIS
4 ONGOING DISCOVERY DISPUTE THAT DR. ZERNIK APPARENTLY
5 CONTINUES TO HAVE WITH COUNTRYWIDE, AND WE'RE HERE
6 EVERY TIME. IT'S GETTING QUITE OLD AND EXPENSIVE.
7 SO WE ENDORSE TO SOME DEGREE T~E POSITION STATED BY
8 SHEPPARD MULLIN.
9 THE COURT: MR. ZERNIK HAVE YOU PAID FILING

10 FEES?
11 MR. ZERNIK: YES.
12 MAY I ANSWER FOR THE RECORD?
13 THE COURT: YOU MAY IF YOU WISH ME TO REVIEW
14 THE PAPERS. YOU SHOULD PROVIDE THEM TO THE COURT
15 ASSISTANT.
16 MR. ZERNIK: MAY I ANSWER TO THE CLAIMS MADE
17 BY OTHER PARTIES FOR THE RECORD?
18 THE COURT: YOU MAY.
19 MR. ZERNIK: FIRST OF ALL, REGARDING ATTORNEY
20 KESHAVARZI'S CLAIM THAT I MAKE MOCKERY OUT OF THE
21 COURT SYSTEM. I SCGGEST THAT AFTER READING MY
22 APPLICATION TODAY, YOU DETERMINE WHO IS MAKING
23 MOCKERY OUT OF THE COURT SYSTEM AND THE JUSTICE
24 SYSTEM. THAT'S FIRST.
25 SECOND ISSUE IS WITH COUNTRYWIDE, THAT
26 RIDICULOUS, REPEATED CLAIM THAT I'M ENGAGING IN
27 DISCOVERY IS JUST TOO OLD TO BE HEARD ANYMORE. THE
28 LAST I SENT TO THEM IS A NOTICE THAT MR. MOZILO

~" . . ~.~~ \'" I....... Tn

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Case 2:08-cv-01550-VAP-CW Document 58-7 Filed 05/09/2008 Page 37 of 50

1 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

2 FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

4 DEPARTMENT WE IIJII HON. TERRY B. FRIEDMAN, JUDGE

6 NIVIE SAMMAN,
7 PLAINTIFF,

8 VS. NO. SC087400

9 JOSEPH ZERNIK,
10 DEFENDANT.

11

12
13
TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS
14
JANUARY 30, 2008
15
16
17 APPEARANCES:
18 FOR THE PLAINTIFF: MOE KESHAVARZI, ESQ.

19
FOR THE DEFENDANT: JOSEPH ZERNIK,
20 IN PRO PER

21
FOR THE NON-PARTY KEITH KLEIN, ESQ.
22 COUNTRYWIDE:
23
FOR THE RECEIVER: JOHN PATTON, JR., ESQ.
24
25
26
27
...!"i\·

28 LISA MCLAY, CSR #10765


OFFICIAL REPORTER

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Case 2:08-cv-01550-VAP-CW Document 58-7 Filed 05/09/2008 Page 38 of 50

1 SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA; WED., JANUARY 30, 2008


2 A.M. SESSION
3 DEPARTMENT WE "J" HON. TERRY B. FRIEDMAN, JUDGE
4 (APPEARANCES AS HERETOFORE NOTED.)
5 (LISA MCLAY, CSR #10765)

6
7 THE COURT: EX PARTE, SAMA~N VERSUS ZERNIK.
8 ALL RIGHT. YESTERDAY IN THIS MATTER THE
9 DEFENDANT, MR. ZERNIK, FILED AN EX PARTE APPLICATION
10 WHICH I DENIED BECAUSE THERE IS NO NOTICE TO THE
11 RECEIVER. I SEE ALL THE PARTIES PRESENT THIS
12 MORNING, ALTHOUGH, THERE IS NO NEW EX PARTE
13 APPLICATION BEFORE THE COURT.
14 MAY I HAVE YOUR APPEARANCES, PLEASE.
15 MR. ZERNIK: JOSEPH ZERN:K, DEFENDANT, IN PRO
16 PER. AND I HAVE THE APPL:CATION HERE.
17 MR. KLEIN: KEITH KLEIN ON BEHALF OF
18 NON-PARTY, COUNTRYWIDE HOMEOWNERS.
19 MR. PATTON: JOHN PATTON REPRESENTING THE
20 RECEIVER, WITH SOME ISSUES ABOUT THE NOTICE, BUT WE

21 TAKE NO POSITION ON
22 MR. KESHAVARZI: GOOD MORNING, YOUR HONOR, MOE
23 KESHAVARZI FOR THE PLAINTIFF, NIVIE SAMAAN.
24 THE COURT: WELL, MY FIRST QUESTION IS WHETHER
25 THERE IS ANY MATTER PROPERLY PUT BEFORE THE COURT.
26 MR. ZERNIK: I HAVE AN EX PARTE APPLICATION

27 FOR THE COU~T TO REVIEW.


28 THE COURT: MR. ZERNIK, EX PARTE APPLICATIONS

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Case 2:08-cv-01550-VAP-CW Document 58-7 Filed 05/09/2008 Page 39 of 50

1 ARE TO BE FILED IN THE DEPARTMENT BY 8:30 A.M. YOU


2 ARRIVED AT 9:05 A.M.
3 MR. ZERNIK: I APOLOGIZE FOR THE DELAY, YOUR

4 HONOR.
S MR. KESHAVARZI: MAY I ADDRESS THE COURT ON

6 THIS ISSUE?
7 THE COURT: YES.
8 MR. KESHAVARZI: YOUR HONOR, SINCE AUGUST 9,
9 WHEN THERE WAS A JUDGMENT ENTERED IN FAVOR OF THE
10 PLAINTIFF, MR. ZERNIK HAS NOTICED OVER 82 EX PARTE
11 APPLICATIONS. I WAS DOING THE MATH IN MY HEAD THIS
12 MORNING DRIVING OVER HERE, AND THAT'S ALMOST ONE
13 EX PARTE EVERY TWO AND A HALF DAYS, AND IF YOU COUNT
14 COURT HOLIDAYS AND VACATION DAYS AND OTHER HOLIDAYS,

15 IT'S MORE.
16 SINCE THE CASE WAS ASSIGNED TO YOUR
17 HONOR, HE'S NOTICED EX PARTES HERE AND SHOWED UP
18 LATE FOR EVERY SINGLE ONE, AND THERE'S BEEN THREE
19 TIMES THAT HE HASN'T SHOWN UP. EVERY TIME THAT I
20 COME DOWN HERE, BRYAN CAVE COMES DOWN HERE, THE
21 RECEIVER COMES DOWN HERE, THERE IS A COS7 TO SOMEONE
22 OF SEVERAL HUNDRED DOLLARS, AND THIS APPEARANCE FOR
23 ME -- FOR MY CLIENTS COSTS MORE BECAUSE I HAD TO
24 PREPARE AN OPPOSITION.
25 MR. ZERNIK IS MAKING A MOCKERY OF THE
26 EX PARTE SYSTEM. EX PARTES ARE RESERVED FOR
27 EMERGENCIES. EVERY OTHER DAY WE GET A CALL OR AN
28 E-MAIL THAT THERE IS AN EX PARTE. EVERYONE GETS

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Case 2:08-cv-01550-VAP-CW Document 58-7 Filed 05/09/2008 Page 40 of 50

1 HERE AT 8:30 EXCEPT FOR MR. ZERNIK, WHO SHOWS UP AT


2 9:00, 9:30, OR DOESN'T SHOW UP, AND NOTICES ANOTHER
3 ONE FOR THE NEXT DAY.
4 IN THE INTEREST OF MY CLIENTS NOT HAVING
5 TO INCUR ANY MORE FEES ON THIS SPECIFIC ISSUE, I AM
6 WILLING TO PROCEED ON THIS EX PARTE -- WE BROUGHT AN

7 OPPOSITION AS LONG AS BRYAN CAVE AND THE RECEIVER

8 ARE OKAY WITH IT, BECAUSE I JUST WANT A RESOLUTION


9 OF THIS ISSUE. BECAUSE I THINK IT'S MERITLESS, AND
10 I'D RATHER NOT HAVE MY CLIENT SPEND A COUPLE HUNDRED
11 DOLLARS FOR ME TO COME OUT HERE TOMORROW TO DEAL
12 WITH AN EX PARTE APPLICATION.

13 THE COURT: LET ME HEAR FROM THE OTHER PARTIES


14 CONCERNING OBJECTIONS TO THE COURT PROCEEDING.

15 MR. PATTON: THE ONLY CONCERN THAT THE


16 RECEIVER WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS TO THE COURT, BECAUSE
17 WE ACTUALLY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT WAS BEING REQUESTED,
18 THE NO?ICE DIDN'T QUITE TELL US. THE RECEIVER
19 SIMPLY WOULD REQUEST THAT THE COURT BEAR IN MIND
20 THAT THE RECEIVERSHIP ESTATE SHOULD NEVER BE LEFT
21 WITH LESS THAN $100,000 IN IT IN ORDER TO ACCOMPLISH
22 WHAT THE RECEIVER WOULD NEED TO ACCOMPLISH TO
23 SATISFY THE COURT'S ORDER.
24 OTHER THAN THAT, IT CERTAINLY MAKES
25 SENSE TO ME THAT IF WE'RE EXPECTING TO BE HERE
26 TO~ORROW, THIS MAY HAPPEN ALL OVER AGAIN. MAYBE
27 THIS IS THE TIME TO DRAW A LINE IN THE SAND AND SEE
28 WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN TODAY.

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1 (PHONETIC) POSTED ON THE WEB THAT HE'S LECTURING ON


2 PERSONAL AND CORPORATE ETHICS AND CALLING FOR
3 ANYBODY WHO KNOWS ABOUT FRAUD AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT
4 OR FRAUD IN COUNTRYWIDE TO IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY HIM.
5 SIMILARLY, WE ALL KNOW THAT THERE IS ON
6 THE WEB -- OR WAS A WEBSITE OF -- THAT YOUR HONOR
7 WAS ALSO AFFILIATED WITH THAT ORGANIZATION AND ALSO
8 THE RECEIVER, POSTERNAT (PHONETIC), WAS ALSO
9 AFFILIATED WITH THAT ORGANIZATION, WHICH IN ENGLISH
10 IS TRANSLATED INTO "HOUSE OF JUSTICE."
11 AND CHIEF LEGAL COUNSEL OF COUNTRYWIDE
12 POSTED ON THE WEB PAGES OF THE ORGANIZATION A CALL
13 FOR FRAUD BUSTING, "IF YOU HAVE FRAUD, WHO YOU GOING
14 TO CALL? CALL ME. IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE FRAUD,
15 WHO YOU GOING TO CALL? CALL ME." AND, THEREFORE, I
16 CALLED HIM. AND NOW THEY'RE CLAIMING THAT IT'S ALL

17 PART OF DISCOVERY PROCESS. IT'S RIDICULOUS.

18 TWO DAYS AFTER I FIRST CALLED HIM THE


19 WEBSITE DISAPPEARED FROM THE WEB. LUCKILY ENOUGH
20 I'M METICULOUS ENOUGH AND I PRINTED OUT COPIES, SO I
21 HAVE FOR RECORD KEEPING COPIES OF THOSE WEB PAGES
22 WHERE MR. SANDOR SAMUELS, CHIEF LEGAL COUNSEL OF
23 COUNTRYWIDE, IS ASKING ANYBODY THAT KNOWS ABOUT
24 FRAUD AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT OR FRAUD AGAINST
25 HIMSELF TO CAL~ HIM.
26 AND I ALSO HAVE COPIES OF THE WEBSITE,
27 WHICH IS STILL ON, I BELIEVE, WHERE MR. MOZILO IS
28 CALLING FOR ANYBODY WHO KNOWS ABOUT FRAUD TO CALL

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Case 2:08-cv-01550-VAP-CW Document 58-7 Filed 05/09/2008 Page 43 of 50

1 THAT ORDER SHOuLD BE STAYED IN THE TRIAL COURT. HE


2 CAN DEAL WITH HIS CHALLENGES IN THE APPELLATE
3 COURT. I JUST WANTED THAT TO BE ON THE RECORD.
4 MR. ZERNIK: YOU RAISED THAT ARGUMENT BEFORE,
5 IN THE HEARING OF OCTOBER 11 WITH JUDGE JOHN SEGAL.
6 UNFORTUNATELY, THAT PORTION OF THE HEARING WAS
7 DELETED FROM THE TRANSCRIPT, BUT I REMEMBER IT
8 VIVIDLY. BECAUSE
9 THE COURT: DOESN'T MATTER WHETHER IT WAS
10 RAISED BEFORE AND
11 MR. ZERNIK: NO. I'M JUST ANSWERING TO THE
12 ISSUE
13 THE COURT: I'M SPEAKING NOW, MR. ZERNIK.
14 IF YOU WISH TO FILE -- IF THERE IS ANY
15 FUTJRE EX PARTE APPLICATION IN RESPONSE TO THAT, IF
16 YOU WANT TO FILE PAPERS THAT ESTABLISH THP. BASIS FOR
17 THAT, I WILL CONSIDER IT.
18 MR. KESHAVARZI: I JUST WANTED YOUR HONOR TO

19 BE AWARE OF THAT.
20 THE COURT: ALL RIGHT. THANK YOU.
21 THE HEARING IS CONCLUDED.
22 MR. KESHAVARZI: THANK YOU, YOUR HONOR.
23 MR. PATTON: THANK YOU, YOUR HONOR.
24 MR. KLEIN: THANK YOU.
25

26 (THE PROCEEDINGS WERE CONCLUDED.)

27

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z May 12, 2009

January 30, 2008 Minute Order


Electronic Court File

625 ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p625/679


SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

DATE: 01/30/08 DEPT. WEJ

HONORABLE TERRY B. FRIEDMAN JUDGE J. CITRON DEPUTY CLERK


COUNTY CLERK A. PUIG, CSL/CT ASST.
00/00/00
HONORABLE JUDGE PRO TEM
DEPT. 1 1 of Page ELECTRONIC RECORDING MONITOR
MINUTES ENTERED]
NONE Deputy Sheriff L. McLAY, #10765 Reporter

8:30 am SC087400 Plaintiff


Counsel MOE KESHA_VARZI (X)
NIVIE SAMAAN 2 NSF chk recd/re
VS 1 $36.50 1 &97.5 Defendant JOHN PATTON, JR. (X)
JOSEPH ZERNIK Counsel KEITH KLEIN (X)
RECUSAL - JUDGES ALAN GOODMAN; JOSEPH ZERNIK (X)
J.BIDERMAN; J.CONNOR; & J.SEGAL IN PRO PER
170.6-JUDGE R.NEIDORF;JUDGE L.C
NATURE OF PROCEEDINGS:

DEFENDANT'S (JOSEPH ZERNIK) EX PARTE APPLICATION


FOR THE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF ALL ZERNIK'S FUNDS HELD
BY LOS ANGELES SUPERIOR COURT;

Matter is called for hearing.


Defendant's ex parte application is read, considered,
and denied with prejudice.
Plaintiff's counsel is to give notice.
Plaintiff's counsel is to give notice.
and denied with prejudice.

Defendant's ex parte application is read, considered,

Matter is called for hearing.

BY LOS ANGELES SUPERIOR COURT;

FOR THE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF ALL ZERNIK'S FUNDS HELD

DEFENDANT'S (JOSEPH ZERNIK) EX PARTE APPLICATION

NATURE OF PROCEEDINGS:

170.6-JUDGE R.NEIDORF;JUDGE L.C


IN PRO PER J.BIDERMAN; J.CONNOR; & J.SEGAL
JOSEPH ZERNIK (X) RECUSAL - JUDGES ALAN GOODMAN;
KEITH KLEIN (X) Counsel JOSEPH ZERNIK
JOHN PATTON, JR. (X) Defendant VS 1 $36.50 1 &97.5
NIVIE SAMAAN 2 NSF chk recd/re
(X) MOE KESHlWARZI Counsel
Plaintiff 8:30 amlSC087400
#10765 L. McLAY, NONE
ENTERED~
Reporter Deputy Sheriffll
MINUTES
ELECTRONIC RECORDING MONITOR Page 1 of 1 DEPT.
JUDG E PRO TEM 00/00/00 HONORABLE
A. PUIG, CSL/CT ASST. COUNTY CLERK
J. CITRON DEPUTY CLERK JUDGE TERRY B. FRIEDMAN HONORABLE

DEPT. WEJ 01/30/08 DATE:

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

626 ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p626/679


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As discussed above in 4,O, California Code prescribes that
13 a court that engaged in the sale of any property must
14 distribute the proceeds within 30 days.
The enclosed report demonstrates that Att Pasternak and the
15
Los Angeles Superior Court are still holding over $360,000
16 from the purported sale, after they embezzled most of the
proceeds over the past 1.5 years.
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EXHIBIT 4,p
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INTERESTED PARTY JOSEPH H ZERNIK’S MOTIONS FOR MISTRIAL/RECONSIDERATION/SETTING ASIDE


Case No. BC351286
627 ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p627/679
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FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 2009 Rl::CEIVE1;:' S NINETEENT!' INTERIM
ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p628/679 628
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PASTERNAK
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Reports\Recelver'S Rec0'i'~'er's GOl '\~':3.~J5
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[Paraq r a ph 3. g. of the Receivership
drqs:en rof aU eL{l Jo '6'g q d r : : f r e : re 6 ] :"1ara Escrow Co."
' o l ) A O r c s E e J r i ? h l: } E ' ( 2~111 "ESC::'Oi""I" )Olt
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(the 1-34500-GH
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through the r ee c t i va t ed Escrow No.
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cl {l:ado:d
Property to [Receivership]
I c J r q s ; - r e ) ia\ 'J: o U ]
2611necessary steps to sell the
o L {: T T o s o : } r , ; d at s z { . r E , s , : ; ( : , , ; :l)ri )zu
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"to take all /
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(the '''Receivership Pr oper t y ") California 90212 HiLs, ,lg
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2311possession of the real property located at 320 South Peck Drive,
lifad L { l n o S O Z € f r ? p € ) l € ' : ) , : . ) -,l{ 1 : e c J o : d T p a . r o r _ l : 1J.r : r l j o - r s ' r s i j s tosdi ti z
aXpl ol - r a n r a o e U a q : ] p € r l 3 o . ;rlp
The Receivership Order directed the Receiver to take
faptC) drqs;Dnra::)ed eLiJ . l ' r , b: o S
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2007 by Los Angeles SJperior Court Judge John A. 2111November 9,
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Pasternak was appoi ted Receiver in this matter on
s - ! L { l u T - f e n T o ) e E F , e:,l - rr -o, d d p f ; E , , i v{ e. u ] D l : ; E ( : l
David J.
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J o q : ] u c u o q f , - r , l J 1 r r ; d e ' g u l r - r , . ,: ,U I 6T
qJuaefaurN s-!q strruqns
Pasternak hereby submits his Nineteenth r { c 1 a : , : : r ll p- ;u - f e : } s r € d ' I ) Receiver David J.
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2111875 Century Par~ East, Suite 2200 1 ' a b t t i r 's o ' l
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2009 FOR THE MONTH OF M}\Y, Nlt-;ETEENT.'1 INT:::RI!'l REPORT REC:EI'1ER'~;
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Zernik sought a temporary restraining order
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(Uni ted Sta.tes District Court Case No.
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lfrlo3 l3-!flsl0 safE,fs paf,ru:n) 1i;;uorieTorAsl..{br.J ll:rr'::) L 4
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and others alleging various s - fe q : . ( ) p u e 'sabpnp
Ar.qe I es SUfierior Court Judges, LO~l 26111
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a number of 251 C01Jr·t cornp Laint. filed by Z'2rnik a qa Ln s t; the Receiver,
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JSUrE!)P ' T . l{ . u' ,(. :. .i : - , f . - t r r C ; . ) 9Z
the Receiver was served with a federal March 2008, Duri~g 24
TPJApa;t P q:]TA pen]es s e A - r c , / r r a ) a u e , Q J " B O O z :L { 3 " r e L {b J r : r r L i : [ vz
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Esc r ow the r e af t e r closed on De c ember 17, 2007.
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2211the escrow company, the title company, and a lender. ,}q l ' z { t t p , j . u t , : >v: l, o J t :j'r€ } : : i u- zz
and re s t r ai n i.nq Zerni k f r orn direct communicat ions with 21 III E: SCT01~',
t{lTl sLror leJrunuruos J:)alTp u J o fJ ) i r u f a z i : u ' r u r e l l r : a ; r p , l J P ' , r r c r); st l : [ T Z
201lthe Receiver to enter into an indemnity agreement with Mara
e-1et{ qlT/4 f uauea.f 6r, .,{lruu-ri,rpu'l ue oJrJ"[ .ra:].ua c,J r o.,\ri)::);Ju ilq ] oz
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19111 connection w i t n the escrow to avoid tax withholding, authorizing
butzrroq:Inp p - . o: A E r o l Ao.r)se a L { : } r -J r ^ \ u o - l r- fi - r € rtuJ C ' : ) 6 T
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1811authorizing the Receiver to sign certain tax documentation in
ur uoTJPluounsop uTPl-ra:) utirs c ,J . r i D A ' r e : ) a l l i : , 1 { : l E t u r " i t ri o t l } n : : l 8 T
1711approving escrow documentation signed by the Receiver,
'.f or\reoaU eql ,{q per.:llrs uorleJuilr.un3op m c , .:f: ) sai 6 u r r , o . l : I d ' ' , t L I I
issuing an order 161 granted the Receiver's ex parte application,
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Judge Patricia Collins heard and Pr.)'tf led i)6pnr '
In early Jecember 2007, 1:5
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1311to pass and thereafter signed and submitted all appropriate
alp-r:.rdoldde TTe pa:. lruqnsi F ) u e s s ; E ? d ci ) : f €:T
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1211for the three business days specified in the receivership order
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palTeA aL{f /mol:rsa
11 II submitted various signed documents to escrow, the Receiver waited
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l f D u b T s ; s n : ) r : I t ; ' . n .p i : } J - } l . L u q n : l
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After the Receiver was informed that Zernik had not
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911earLier that day that Zernik had vacated the property.
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drqs;:e.r\-receu uorst;osr lso:l
Bllrossession of the Receivership Property after having learned
pau-rr?aT 6rrrneq -retrJEr i{1:eclri:6 or{:f Jo EI
the Receiver took
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2007, ''lz faqula^ON
On November 21" uo '.:talJl?tu sl:q:l
7 IIFeceiver 1n this matter. L I r . . 1 : a l \ r i i r ) o { L,
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thereafter began serving as the .i.mme d Le t eLy and ~:()(n, l5 II J. 3,
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The Receiver posted his bond and filed his oath on November pu[] pu)q sTq pDtrsod Jo.^r;]:)ad or{,1 g;
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/ " 1 OCf S e A L { 1 - r A l J e sAep ssauTsnc{ aafL{f s T T r : ? f i : r r - il .' ! ?i
and to sign escrow documerts for Defendant Joseph Zernik
Iru.reZ qcJaso; fuepuoJoC foJ sl.-leutncoplv.of)sa u6Ts ol pue lllCrder],
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the Receiver is paying that bill from the
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The Receiver's billing statement for the month of May, -l:()J lucrll,:elpf s
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the receivership funds are held in a reported, prev~o~sly
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311. '/7 in t.his receivership estate. ~;365,
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and on May 31, pue ,S1u€,ruos-lnq:t;rp ou
disburse~2nts, 12 Iitotaling $15.62, there were no
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11111epar1:, during May the receiversh p estate earned interest
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As detailed in that financial :]eL{l ur peTrefep $v 'I
9 is attached as Exhibit 1.
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9' 11(!xpenciitures of this receivership estate for the month of May,
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A financial report detailing the funds collected and the spul'lJ eL{:} 6u-iTTelap 1:ode,: T r : ' r ; : r l€r ' u T . , r , q l
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action. ha;
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During April, 6ur:ng 'lTr,sAeT
411notion to dismiss his federal court lawsuit.
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this Court's orders, which was denied after the s e / " 1 L { 4 , ' r L { M' s ; - r e p . r o s , l,rr1,oJ sTq:}
wit~ 2 Ilaccordance
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111 re stra .in i n q the Rece i v e r from disbursing receivership funds in
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DAVID J. PASTERNAK" I;~ECEIVIER
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IIRECEIVEI~SHIP ESTATE FOR 3,~!:O S. PECK DRIVE
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BUSdNESS MONEY MARKE"r ACCOUNT
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BUSINESSMoNE~~~:::'R~~IIETACCm:~,1 ST C:Er~TURY BAN~( f:l/c#11 00009677
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05/31/09 (1)6 1st Century Bank Interest Income 1562 365,31177
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$428.50 Total Amount of this Bill
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Total l.eqal Services
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April, :2009 interim report; draft trransmittalletter to Buchalter re payment of
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Review/analysis of Apnl, 2009 financial report; preparation of Receiver's r:t002i00l9 5/30/200Ei
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Nivie Samaan v Joseph Zernik, et al. al/ lN
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FACSIMILE JOHN W P/l,TTON, ,.IR
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May 31, 2009 Invoice No.: 14757
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Amount
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I:>revious Balance
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$901.49
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6/1/2009 Payrnent· Thank You. Ct1i3Ck, No.43·1!~ (6/1/09)
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Receivership Estate for :320 S. Peck Drive
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Balance due
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p636/679 636
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foregoing is true and correct. 'lJaJJoc prJe €rn-rlsrrfiuloi:lla:oJ
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I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the
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person. s) being served. 'pa,t"rosiirur;rq
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person(s) being served. 'paruosiiurarq(s
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provided for, addressed to the person(s) being served.
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envelope or package designated by the overnight service carrier with delivery fees paid or 8il
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regularly maintained by the overnight service carrier, or delivered such document(s) to a
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BY OVERNIGHT DELIVERY: I deposited such document(s) in a box or other facility
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sending facsimile machine properly issued a transmission report confirming that the
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The namers) and facsimile machine telephone numberts) of the person(s) served are set tl
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facsimile. The telephone number of the sending facsimile machine was (310) 553-1540.
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BY FACSIMILE: At or before 5:00 p.m., I caused said document(s) to be transmitted by
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in affidavit 7l
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cancellation date or postage meter date is more than I day after date of deposit for mailing
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I am aware that on motion of the party served, service is presumed invalid if postal
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deposited with the U.S. Postal Service on that same day in the ordinary course of business.
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this firm' s practice of collection and processing correspondence for mailing. It is
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BY MAIIL: I caused such envelope to be deposited in the mail at Los Angeles, California.
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parties in this action by placing true copies thereof enclosed in sealed envelopes addressed as
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NINETEENTH INTEIUM REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 2009 all interested
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On June ll~, 2009, I served the foregoing document described as RECEIVER'S
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eighteen years and not a party to the within action; my business address is 1875 Century Park
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I am employed in the County of Los Angeles, State of California. I am over the age of
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COUI'~TY OF LOS i\NGELES .2 II STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
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13 II Todd A. Boock, Esq.
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Counsel for Non-Party, Sanford Shatz, Esq.
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Counsel for Non-Party.
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Joseph Zernik DMD PhD
2415 Saint George St, Los Feliz CA 90027 Fax: (801) 998-0917 Email: jz12345@earthlink.net

EMAIL RECEIVED FROM VETERAN FBI AGENT JAMES WEDICK ON AUGUST 21, 2008

Below is a true and correct copy of an email note received on Aug 21, 2008 from James Wedick. By Sep 17, 2008,
I have neither heard from the FBI nor from Mr Connoly, and I decided to call Mr Connoly.
I deliberately called after hours, and I left him a message saying I received his name and phone number
from James Wedick, and giving him my name and phone number, indicating that I would be glad to provide informationa
if he called.

Signed in La Verne California , Sept 17, 2008


___________________________
Joseph Zernik

X-pair-Authenticated: 24.23.12.44
From: "James J. Wedick" <jwedick@fraudspecialists.com>
To: "'joseph zernik'" <jz12345@earthlink.net>
Subject: FBI!
Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2008 13:30:02 -0700
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Joseph,

I just finished speaking with the FBI concerning the fraud involving your house please note I said the fraud concerning your house. Even
though you have not provided any additional funds noting your retainer has been depleted, I spoke with Mr. L.J. CONNOLY
[310.996.4401] on the mortgage fraud squad in Los Angels. He called looking for information so I returned his telephone call. I explained
to him I though you had been victimized and if he sticks to the documents could possibly prove a fraudulently case.

I said while I havent seen/read anywhere near all the documents various depositions and material suggest a fraud took place that I
thought needs investigation. I cautioned you might want to talk about working other corruption cases and suggested before listening to
same that he first handle the fraud involving the house to make sure he wasnt just chasing windmills. I told him you could be difficult, but
were an intelligent individual whose case should be investigated because again the facts suggest a fraud took place and thats the issue.
I told him the FBIs job was to pursue mortgage fraud even with difficult individuals noting thats an agents job and he agreed.

I believe he said he spoke to you already and had looked at the documents and did think a fraud had taken place. Consequently, I
thought he was likely to pursue an investigation. In the likely event Mr. CONNOLY calls you [because I think he will], Im going to suggest
you control yourself and try NOT to get him to chase allegations suggesting Los Angeles judicial circuit is all corrupt [because its not].
Thereafter, if per chance you are lucky and he is able to get the Bureau behind an investigation, hes going to need all the help you can
give him in order to convince the U.S. Attorneys office to file charges which can be very difficult. Because youre a smart man, l know you
know what I mean when I say youre going to have to remain extremely FOCUSED in order for CONNOLY to be successful.

Again, getting the U.S. Attorneys office to file charges can be extremely trying job not to mention formidable so do not let yourself get
distracted with QUI TAMS and the like. Im giving you this information because I want you to be successful. Because I think this
opportunity gives you one last bite of the apple, I suggest you have available for CONNOLYs review only those documents/information
concerning the fraud so he can quickly get a CLEAR picture of what happened. He needs you to be focused so that he can open an
investigation and pursue a line of inquiry.

Because you dont have the funds to pay me, I told him I was no longer engaged and didnt expect to do anything further noting the
distance and the fact I believe I need to examine all the documents/dispositions before I could proceed further which is probably cost
prohibitive. Getting an FBI agent to pursue your case is ideal so please dont blow the opportunity by confusing them with a civil case.
Remember if they think they are being used to help with a civil fraud, the FBI will close the criminal investigation.

Good luck with the FBI noting I dont intend to get further involved particularly with the FBI so dont even try sending emails suggesting
same. Good Luck! And Joseph Im trying to be extremely helpful here so dont try to bully me with a thousand emails.

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Jim

P.S. I hesitated to send this email, but I wanted you to understand the opportunity you have so dont blow it by trying to get them to
consider working a corruption case.
And this is extremely important DO NOT CALL HIM. LET HIM CALL YOU!

Respectfully,
James J. Wedick

11230 Gold Express Drive


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CONGRESSIONAL ASSISTANCE IN RE: FBI, DOJ

Congresswoman Diane Watson in re: FBI


Aug 8, 2008, Congresswoman Diane Watson's - Letter to
Constituent in re: Inquiry with FBI ................... 1

July 30, 2008, FBI Assistant Director Kenneth Kaiser's


Response in re: FBI lack of response to Zernik's
complaints. .................. 2

Senator Diane Feinstein in re: FBI


Sept 8, 2008, Senator Diane Feinstein's - Letter to
Constituent in re: Inquiry with
FBI ................... 3

Aug 21, 2008, FBI Assistant Director Kenneth


Kaiser's Response in re: FBI lack of response to
Zernik's complaints. ................... 4

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Congresswoman Diane Watson in re: DOJ
Aug 15, 2008, Congress Diane Watson's - Letter to Dept of
Justice Becker in re: Zernik's request for Special
Counsel ................... 5

DOJ response to Congresswoman Watson - Pending

Senator Diane Feinstein in re: DOJ


July 25, 2008, Senator Diane Feinstein's - Letter to Dept of
Justice Benezkowki in re: Zernik's request for Special
Counsel ................... 6

Sept 23, 2008, Senator Diane Feinstein's Letter to Constituent


in re: DOJ response to inquiry DOJ .................... 7

Sept 9, 2008, DOJ Director Kenneth Melson's Response


in re: DOJ lack of response to Zernik's request for
Special Counsel in re: Integrity of Operation of LA
Superior Court ................... 8

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DIANE E. WATSON FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
CALIFORNIA Subcommittee 011 AfrlCrl and Global Health

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Dear Dr. Zemik:

1\1y office received a response rt:garding the inquiry we made on your behalf. For further
assistance please follow the instructions on the letter from the Federal Bureau of Investigation
and forward your information to the office listed in their letter.

Sincerely~

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Diane E. Watson
Member of Congress

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u.s. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Washington, D. C 20535-0001

July 30, 2008

Honorable Diane E. Watson


Member of Congress
Room 302
4322 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90010

Dear Congresswoman Watson:

I am writing in response to your June 4, 2008, letter to the Department of Justice


which was forwarded to the FBI for response.

In order for the FBI to initiate an investigation of any complaint we receive,


specific facts must be set forth to indicate that a violation of federal law within our investigative
jurisdiction has occurred. Altl10ugh Mr. Zernik has made numerous allegations, there are
insufficient facts to demonstrate a violation of federal law wit11in our investigative jurisdiction or
to support the initiation of an FBI investigation.

If Mr. Zernik has further details to support his allegations, he should provide them
directly to the FBI's Los Angeles Office located at 11000 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1700,
Los Angeles, California 90024, telephone number (310) 477-6565.

I hope this information will be helpful in responding to Mr. Zernik.

Sincerely yours,

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Kenneth W. Kaiser
Assistant Director
Criminal Investigative Division

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August 15,2008

Grace C Becker
Acting Assistant Attorney General
U.S. Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
950 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, 20530 DC
I am writing on behalf ofDr.loseph Zemik, a constituent in my district. As indicated in
his letter to my office, he made a request about two months ago, but did not receive a response.
It would be appreciated if you would review the enclosed documents and respond to Dr. Zernik,
with a copy to my district office.

Sincerely,

Diane E. Watson
Member of Congress

cc: Dr. Joseph Zemik


2415 St. George Street
Los Feliz, CA 90027

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September 8, 2008

Mr. Joseph Zernick


2415 St George St
Los Angeles, California 90027

Dear Mr. Zernick:

I am forwarding on to you the response I lave received from the Federal


Bureau of Investigation (FBI) about your case. We will continue to monitor your
case with the Department of Justice.

I hope that this response from the FBI is helpful and that the information
outlined in it will clarify the situation for you. If you have further questions, or if
there is any way my office can help you in the bJture, I hope you will contact me
again.

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U.S. Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

\Va;hington, D. C. 20535-000 I

August 21, 2008

Honorable Dianne Feinstein


United States Senator
Suite 2450
One Post Street
San Francisco. CA 94104

Dear Congresswoman Feinstein:

I am writing in response to your July 25, 2008 letter to the FBI on behalf of your
constituent, Mr. Joseph Zemick, who alleges corruption in the Los Angeles Superior Courts.

Although Mr. Zemick has made numerous allegations, there are insuHicicnt facts to
demonstrate a violation of federal law within our investigative jurisdiction or to support the initiation
of an FBI investigation. In order for the FBI to initiate an investigation of any complaint we receive,
specific facts must be set forth to indicate that a violation of federal law within our investigative
jurisdiction has occurred.

In the past, Mr. Zemick has been in contact with the FBI's Los Angeles Office and
the Central District of Califomi a United States Attomey's Office regarding these same allegations. In
addition, Mr. Zernick has requested various other elected representatives to contact the FBI and the
Department of JuSlice on his behalf regarding these same allegations.

If Mr. Zernick has further details to support his allegations, he should provide them
directly to the FBI's Los Angeles Office located at 11000 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1700, Federal
Office Building, Los Angeles, California 90024-3672, telephone number (310) 477-6565.

I hope this information will be heloful in responding to Mr. Zernick.

Si rlcerely yours,

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A~;sistant Director
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DIANNE FEINSTEIN COMMITIEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
CALIFORNIA COMMITIEE ON THE JUDICIARY
COMMITIEE ON RULES AND
ADMINISTRATION-CHAIRMAN

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I am writing to bring to your attention a letter from Mr. Joseph Zemick


regarding his request for a response to the letters he submitted to the U.S.
Department of Justice. Please look into the issues raised, as quickly as possible, so
I can appropriately respond to Mr. Zemick.

Attached you will find the enclosures from my constituent to assist you with
your review. After you have completed your review, please send your written
response to Mirella Nieto of my San Francisco office. Ms. Nieto may be contacted
by phone at (415) 393-0707, or by fax at (415) 393-07] 0, if you have any
questions.

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Dianne Feinstein
United States Senator

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September 23, 2008

Mr. Joseph Zernick


2415 St George St
Los Angeles, California 90027

Dear Mr. Zernick:

I am forwarding on to you the response I have received from the U.S.


Department of Justice about your case.

I hope that this response is helpful and that the information outlined in it will
clarify the situation for you. If you have further questions, or if there is any way
my office can help you in the future, I hope you will contact me again.

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The Honorable Dianne Feinstein S~rl i-TcHC¥&f ~r Oil'lCe


United States Senator
One Post Street, Suite 2450 SEP 1 7 2008
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Attn: Mirella Nieto

Dear Senator Feinstein:

This responds to your letter dated July 25, 2008, to the Office of Legislative Affairs,
regarding your constituent, Joseph Zernik. Mr. Zernik asserts that the "Enterprise Track"
procedures for real estate foreclosure cases in the Los Angeles Superior Court violate his civil
rights and have resulted in his being improperly fined. He also complains that he has been
prevented from inspecting and copying records of the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Mr. Zernik's claims are currently pending before the United States District Court for the
Central District of California in civil action 2008cv01550. The action names Superior Court
judges and clerks as defendants. Because the issues are pending before that court, it would be
improper for us to comment on those issues.

Mr. Zernik states that he has already been in contact with the Federal Bureau of
Investigation (FBI) and the United States Attorney's Office (USAO) for the Central District of
California. Legal and ethical constraints prevent us from discussing the status of any matter
under consideration by a USAO, other than facts of public record. Please be assured, however,
that United States Attorneys' Offices take all allegations of criminal conduct very seriously and
carefully review any investigative evidence presented to suppoI1 such allegations. We encourage
Mr. Zernik to continue to provide information that evidences criminal conduct to the FBI.

We hope this information is helpful in responding to your constituent. Please do not


hesitate to contact the Department of Justice if we can be of assistance in other matters.

Sincerely,

Kenneth E. Melson
Director

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20 Manager Maria McLaurin –fraudulent declarations to support fabricated
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23 deceptive and dishonest litigation practices. On March 5, 2008, Judge Jeff Bohme, U.S.
24 District Court, Houston, Texas, entered his opinion in case #05-90374 (Document 248-1
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1 Judge Bohm’s 72-page opinion about Countrywide’s litigation practices was not
2 based only on what transpired in his own courtroom. It was also based on a nation-wide
3 investigation by the United States Trustee who presented a report to Judge Bohm.
4 But the LA Superior Court continues to accord Countrywide and its legal team
5 Courtroom privileges that are entirely contradictory to basic notions of Due Process, and
6 which come directly at the expense of abusing Plaintiff’s right for Due Process.
7 Plaintiff also requested Judicial Notice in Docket #31 of well publicized news
8 reports of stock market events on Jan 8, 2008. On that morning the NYT published
9 report that Countrywide’s counsels admitted in a Pennsylvania court that they had filed
10 “recreated letters” as evidence. The news caused substantial instability in the stock
11 market as a whole, and a precipitous drop in Countrywide’s share-price in particular,
12 generating rumors of imminent bankruptcy, that were eventually stemmed only by
13 Countrywide’s decision to allow change of control and a take-over by Bank of America,
14 still to be finalized towards the end of 2008.
15 Relative to Countrrywide records in Samaan v Zernik, Plaintiff alleges:
16
17 a) Recreated Underwriting Decision/Condition Letter
18 Docket #44 presents a Countrywide record that is in fact a “recreated letter”.
19 This record is a key document in the fraud against Zernik by Countrywide and
20 Samaan. This letter is clearly dated and time-stamped for its date of issue as: Oct
21 26, 2004. Moreover, on some of the copies of this record one finds fax header
22 imprints indicating that it was also faxed from Countrywide to an unknown
23 recepient (Samaan?) on Oct 26, 2004.
24 This record, was introduced as evidence in Judge Connor’s court under
25 unusual circumstances -
26 i. It was entered as part of Sur Reply,
27 ii. It was never authenticated by either Countrywide, Samaan, or Parks,
28 and
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1 iii. Plaintiff’s Counsel filed evidentiary objections.
2 Throughout the litigation of Samaan v Zernik Judge Connor practically refused to
3 issue any evidentiary rulings, no matter how hard Plaintiff pressed for such. And
4 obviously she relied on such evidence in her rulings and judgment, regardless of
5 the fact that such evidence should have been excluded.
6 Maria McLaurin, Countrywide Bank Manager, and a business associate of
7 Samaan’s husband, contributed key fraudulent declarations that were
8 quintessential for the fraud in the litigation in LA Superior Court. Our Docket #38
9 is a compilation of McLaurin’s declarations and analysis of various statement
10 made in them, to show where she misidentified and misrepresented banking
11 documents.
12 Regarding instant Underwriting Decision/Condition Letter (Docket #44) –
13 she states:
14 “I have been informed of Mr Zernik's allegation that the
15 October 14, 2004 suspension letter was issued on October
16
26, 2004 and is "an instrument of deception." There is no
merit to Mr. Zernik’s allegations. The suspension letter
17 was issued on October 14, 2004 as evidenced by the date
18 on the second page. The document was printed on
19 October 26, 2004, not issued on that date. This
suspension letter appears to be a printout from
20
Countrywide’s Computer program and to my knowledge
21 is accurate and valid. There is no requirement that such
22 letters be signed by the underwriter. The fact that the
23 letter is not signed does not mean that it is not valid.”
24 In fact, Maria McLaurin is clearly describing a case of a “recreated
25 letter”. Samaan, Countrywide, and McLaurin never did the simple thing –
26 produce the actual Oct 14, 2004 letter - if there ever was such a record – and

27 authenticate it per the California Evidence Code. Instead, McLaurin is repeating

28
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1 Countrywide’s “recreated letters” routine, as seen in the Pennsylvania case,
2 news of which were published Jan 8, 2008 (Docket #31).
3
b) Real Estate Purchase Contract
4
Docket #45 is unquestionably the center of the fraud in litigation of Samaan
5
v Zernik. It was introduced for the first time by Samaan in Reply brief to her Aug
6
9, 2007 Motion for Summary Judgment, and it was the first time that Samaan
7
introduced the Purchase Contract in a Real Estate litigation, after Plaintiff’s Jan
8
30, 2006 Demurrer on Statutes of Frauds was denied by Defendant Connor.
9
The essence of the misrepresentation relative to this document is a false
10
claim that it was transmitted by fax from Parks to Countrywide on Oct 25, 2004,
11
at 5:03pm, and that such transmission was critical for Samaan’s loans approval.
12
In fact that document was never faxed on that day from Parks to Countrywide.
13
These false claims were based on the fax header imprints on this document.
14
However, the imprint is missing the identity of the sender, in violation of FCC
15
Regulations. Moreover, Plaintiff presented in the Aug 9, 2007 Summary
16
Judgment Hearing evidence that such imprints were generated as part of a
17
convoluted fax/wire fraud scheme.
18
The fax/wire fraud scheme described below is also summarized per element
19
in a table form, together with other forms of fraud by Samaan and others in
20
Docket #40, p19.
21
22
2. Samaan and Others were involved in a convoluted fax/wire fraud Scheme
23 against Plaintiff and against a Financial Institution
24
Samaan claimed that the contract was faxed by Parks to Countrywide on Oct 25,
25
2004, at 5:03pm, but this document, like all other writings introduced by Samaan, was
26
never authenticated. As part of his objection to the entering of such records as evidence,
27
Plaintiff presented that very same record as part of the set of records that demonstrated
28
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1 that Samaan, Parks, Lloyd, and an unknown person at Countrywide (McLaurin?) were
2 engaged in an elaborate wire/fax fraud scheme across state lines (see below). Such
3 scheme was used to mislead plaintiff, an individual, and his realtor, and also to generate
4 false loan records at Countrywide, a financial institution. The essence of that fraud was
5 that Samaan received and transmitted faxes on behalf of her loan broker, Parks,
6 assuming his identity, and operating a fax machine with no fax header ID. Therefore,
7 there was never any fax from Parks to Countrywide on Monday, October 25, 2004,
8 5:03pm. That transmission was in fact from Nivie Samaan in Los Angeles to her
9 husband, Jae Arre Lloyd, also in Los Angeles.
10 When and how did that record find its way into the Countrywide loan file?
11 Plaintiff holds that that the answer to that question exactly is a key to
12 understanding the fraud perpetrated by Countrywide against Plaintiff. Countrywide
13 produced in response to subpoena what was misrepresented as true records of Samaan’s
14 loan applications files. But the closer one looks at it, the more one realizes that these
15 loan files do not make sense at all.
16 Where did this document and others come from?
17 When did this document and others get inserted into the loan file?
18 By whom?
19 Countrywide must keep record of such transmissions in order to comply with
20 regulations, such as Regulation B of the Federal Reserve, yet there is nothing in
21 Samaan’s loan file to provide such information.
22 As a first approximation, Plaintiff believes that Samaan would fax the documents
23 to Lloyd, in part in order to generate on them the fax header imprints with the desired
24 time and date, which could be adjusted at will. Lloyd would then scan them, or better
25 yet, have a digital fax machine, and will then email the images that appear like fax
26 transmissions to Maria McLaurin at Countrywide. Maria on her part took over the
27 underwriting of Samaan’s loan by October 25, 2004, and could plant the printouts of her
28 email attachments from Lloyd in the loan file.
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p641-17


1 Regarding the transmission of the Real Estate Purchase Contract, that Samaan
2 falsely claimed had arrived at Countrywide on Monday, October 25, 2004, 5:03pm and
3 effected dramatic progress in her loan approval – it is absolutely clear that the contract
4 was not part of Samaan’s loan file by October 25, 2004, or for that matter even by Nov
5 3, 2004. The Nov 3, 2004 Underwriting Letter (Docket #40, p115) still lists as
6 Condition #4:
7 “Provide complete executed purchase contract, escrow
8 instructions will not act as a substitute”.
9
10 In short – the whole sequence of events described by Samaan was a fabrication,
11 and it had no relationship to the progress of the underwriting as documented in the
12 records produced by Countrywide.
13
14 Samaan’s counsel presented evidence that was inherently illogical – as described
15 above, and he failed to authenticate the records. Plaintiff objected on the basis that such
16 records were part of fraud. In addition, as Plaintiff reminded Defendant Connor in the
17 Aug 9, 2007 hearing, Defendant Connor’s Court’s calendar had a hearing scheduled for
18 Plaintiff’s Motion for Sanctions per CCP §128.7 against Samaan’s Counsel, Att
19 Keshavarzi, for filing this fraudulent document and several other similar Countrywide
20 records.
21 Defendant Connor refused to issue evidentiary rulings in this regard ( Exh ).
22 Defendant Connor clearly relied upon the fraudulent Contract record described above
23 (Docket #45) and claims made by Samaan in this regard in her Aug 9, 2007 Order
24 Granting Summary Judgment (Exh Vol IV, p115).
25 “…and the fax from Victor Parks to Countrywide on
26 October 25, 2004 (Opposition, Exhibit U)”.
27
28 Judge Connor similarly (Exh Vol IV, p119) states:
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p641-18


1 “As of October 25, 2004, Ms Samaan ha fulfilled all
2 obligations, except for removal of the appraisal
3 contingency. The appraisal contingency could not be
4 removed until Ms Samaan received loan approval [sic –
5 usually it is the other way around - jz]. Approval of the
6 loan was delayed because Countrywide had not received
7 a fully executed copy of the purchase agreement.”
8
9 The true facts in this matter are:
10 i. Based on the true written records of Samaan’s loan
11 underwriting (to be distinguished from McLaurin’s false
12 statements in this regard) there was no special progress in
13 Samaan’s loans underwriting on October 25, 2004 at all.
14 The one major change on that day was that McLaurin
15 effectively took over underwriting of the loans, and
16 removed the duly assigned Underwriter – Diane Frazier,
17 although in her false statements she tries to paint the picture
18 of a Branch Manger who was removed from the business of
19 approving any specific loan application.
20 ii. On Oct 25, 2004, McLaurin, acting as Underwriter for
21 Samaan’s loans without due authority, sent the Branch
22 Input Exception Request to Mr Gadi (Docket #40, Exh J).
23 In it, she further inflated Samaan’s annual income from
24 $400,000 per year to $4,000,000 per year, and also made
25 credit worthiness statements regarding Samaan that had no
26 base in reality, and were not accompanied by a valid
27 CLUES report. Mr Gadi saw through all that, and his Oct
28
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p641-19


1 29, 2004 Gadi’s Exception Request Response (Docket #40,
2 Exh N) clearly stated:
3 • that it was not an approval,
4 • that the loan applications needed to be reviewed by a
5 branch underwriter instead of McLaurin, and
6 • that a valid CLUES report had to be generated.
7 iii. In addition, Appraisal Review was ordered by McLaurin on
8 that day (Docket #40, Exh L), but the results of that
9 appraisal review would arrive only on Nov 3, 2004 (Docket
10 #40, Exh P) .
11 iv. Had McLaurin not removed Diane Frazier from
12 underwriting the loans, none of the progress described
13 above would have taken place either. After discovering the
14 fraud in Samaan’s Loan Applications (Docket #40), Frazier
15 demanded new valid loan applications, and Samaan refused
16 to comply with that demand.
17 v. Regardless of McLaurin’s efforts to fund Samaan’s Loan
18 Applications, when she presented them for funding, they
19 were Denied Jan 27 2005 by Countrywide Bank (Docket
20 #40, p118).
21
22 The picture presented in the moving papers for the Aug 9, 2007 Motion for
23 Summary Judgment, and in McLaurin’s false statements (Docket #38), Samaan’s
24 Loan Applications were approved on Oct 25, 2004, and as a result of that she could
25 finally remove her Appraisal Contingency on that day as well. That inherently
26 illogical sequence of events, was apparently triggered by the falsely claimed fax
27 transmission on Monday, October 25, 2004, 5:03 pm of the copy of the Contract.
28 According to this false statement of the facts, events moved so quickly relative to
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p641-20


1 underwriting of the loans from that moment on, that on the very same day, Monday,
2 October 25, 2004, by 5:18pm, just 15 min later, Samaan could remove her appraisal
3 contingency. In fact - the results of her Appraisal Review would arrive only on Nov
4 3, 2004.
5
6 3. Countrywide’s Samuels and Mozillo Refused to Stop the Fraud Perpetrated
7
against Plaintiff or Make any Statement regarding the Authenticity of the
Underwriting Decision/Condition Letter and the Real Estate Purchase
8 Contract.
9
One would think that figuring out the authenticity of a banking document such as
10
the Underwriting Decision/Condition Letter (Docket #44) or the Real Estate Purchase
11
Contract (Docket #45) would not be that difficult, given the various regulations that are
12
enforced on financial institutions. In addition, Countrywide was closely related to this
13
case. After all, Countrywide’s Chief Legal Counsel Samuels is a close personal friend
14
of Defendant Goodman, and also a friend of Defendant Friedman. Moreover, during
15
much of the litigation Samuels served as President of the Board of Bet Tzedek – the
16
“House of Justice”. Samuels featured prominently in web pages of that organization,
17
where he called for fighting against fraud in general, and real estate fraud in particular
18
(Exh ). In such web pages he called for anybody who is a victim of fraud to call him
19
for help.
20
Similarly, Mr Mozillo is featured in web pages on Corporate Ethics, and
21
Coroporate Resonsibility, where he calls for anybody with information about fraud in
22
Countrywide to approach him.
23
Accordingly, in early 2007, Plaintiff approached Mr Mozillo and Mr Samuels,
24
expressed his concerns that Countrywide was involved in fraud against him, and asked
25
that they authenticate or repudiate the documents that Plaintiff holds to be the key to the
26
fraud – the Underwriting Decision /Condition Letter (Docket #44), and the Real Estate
27
Purchase Contract (Docket #45).
28
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1 In response, the Bet Tzedek web pages featuring Mr Samuels and his calls for
2 fighting fraud were hastily removed from the web, and soon after that Countrywide
3 appeared in Defendant Connor’s Court, and initiated procedures that were some of the
4 most abusive of Plaintiff’s rights for Due Process and Free Speech – the July 6, 2007 Ex
5 Parte Application and the July 23, 2007 Short Notice Hearing, both for Protective
6 (gag) Orders. Their aim was to prevent Plaintiff from claiming that Countrywide was
7 colluding with Samaan in fraud.
8 In over a year that passed since Plaintiff first approached Mr Mozillo and Mr
9 Samuels in this regard, Countrywide has consistently refused to make any statement
10 whatsoever on the regarding the authenticity of the documents that are the Underwriting
11 Decision/Condition Letter (Docket #44) and Real Estate Purchase Contract (Docket
12 #45). With that they allowed McLaurin, a Countrywide Branch Manager to continue to
13 produce false and deliberately misleading declarations (Docket #38), and therefore,
14 colluding with Samaan in her fraudulent litigation in LA Superior Court.
15
16 4. Countrywide’s Appearances in the LA Superior Court were some of the
17 Worst Abuses of Plaintiff’s Civil Rights for Due Process, Free Speech, and
Possession
18
19 Both of these procedures were part of abuse of Plaintiff’s Due Process rights.
20 The Ex Parte appearance was scheduled and conducted in violation of local rules. It was
21 allowing Countrywide a purported Discovery Motion, when discovery motions were no
22 longer allowed to other parties in this case. Defendant Connor than made rulings after
23 the fact, that Discovery Cut Off Date did not apply to Countrywide, but only to Plaintiff.
24 Moreover, in their first appearance, on July 6, 2007, Countrywide asked for a
25 comprehensive Gag Order on Plaintiff that defied any notion of Free Speech rights.
26 While Judge Connor denied that application, she allowed Countrywide to re-file its
27 moving papers, without giving it any deadline for such filing, while she set a deadline
28 for Plaintiff to file his opposing papers by July 12, 2007, for a shortened notice hearing
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p641-22


1 on July 23, 2007 (July 6, 2007 Minute Order, Exh Vol II, p236). As was done in all
2 previous hearings, Plaintiff was denied a copy of this Minute Order at that time, based
3 on a false and absurd notation “Notice Deemed Waived” appearing at the bottom of the
4 Minute Order, which Plaintiff found out about only much later.
5 Countrywide eventually served Plaintiff with its moving paper after he his
6 deadline for the opposing papers.
7 Moreover, as described below, and as clearly annotated in Sustain Case History,
8 which is part of the Electronic Trial Court Records that are usually not available to
9 parties in LA Superior Court, but are part ot the Electronic Trial Court Records that
10 Plaintiff managed to obtain, these procedures were held by Defendant Connor as “off the
11 record” procedures (e.g. Docket #39: Docket of Samaan v Zernik, pp57-58) :
12
13 “07/06/07 Event
14 Exparte proceeding
Jacqueling A. Connor
15 9:00am
16 NON-PARTY, COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS,
INC,’S EXPARTE APPLICATION FOR
17 PROTECTIVE ORDER
18 …

19 Proceeding not recorded”
20
21 There is no way that Plaintiff or his Counsels would have participated in court
22 proceedings that are “off the record”. But as Plaintiff eventually realized, after
23 investigation of the minimal records that he was allowed access to, many or even most
24 of the strange and unusual proceedings held by Defendant Connor and others were “off
25 the record” proceedings. The notion itself stands in defiance of any concept of Due
26 Process rights of Amendments 5th and 14th of the United States Constitution. Further
27 information on the use of Electronic Court Trial Records in Sustain as an instrument of
28 fraud on litigants is provided below.
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1 Moreover, from that point on, Countrywide Counsels appeared on a regular
2 basis in court hearings of Samaan v Zernik (SC087400), albeit their party designation
3 was never determined. Zernik appeared before each and every one of Defendants that
4 are Judges of the LA Superior Court with Requests for Safeguard of Due Process, which
5 included a request for determination of Countrywide’s party designation. Such requests
6 were always denied, and Defendants that are the LA Superior Court and its Judges
7 continued to designate Countrywide at will any of the following, sometimes two or three
8 of the following designations in one court document: Non Party, Defendant, Plaintiff,
9 Cross Defendant, Intervenor, Objector. Etc.., without any legal foundation.
10 Moreover, in the Feb 15, 2008 hearings before Defendant Friedman Countrywide
11 sought a Court Declaration:
12 “that Countrywide has no Obligation to Respond Further to
13 Defendant Zernik Regarding This Action.”
14
15 The Feb 15, 2008 Transcript also reflects that unusual request (Exh Vol III
16 p642). In that hearing Defendant Friedman also allowed Countrywide a shortened
17 notice hearing on a Bench Trial for Contempt (Feb 15, 2008 Minute Order, Exh Vol II,
18 p380, March 3, 2008 Minute Order, Exh Vol II, p384, March 7, March 7 Minute
19 Order, Exh Vol II, p385) . Non of these Minute Orders were available to Plaintiff in
20 time for challenging such procedures in California Court of Appeal.
21
22
23 5. Defendants that are the LA Superior Court and its Judges held many or most
24 proceedings in Samaan v Zernik “off the record”, and are not part of
proceedings for which they may claim judicial immunity.
25
26 Please take notice of the following documents:
27 a. Docket # 39, Volume I, Case History, p190-195,
28
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p641-24


1 b. Docket # unassigned yet, Exh Vol I –Addendum, Case History Jan 1, 2008-
2 April 30, 2008, p195.1 – 195.29
3 c. Docket #52-1, Exh Vol II-Addendum, Minute Orders Jan 1, 2008-April 30,
4 2008, p392-410
5 Defendants that are the LA Superior Court and Judges of that Court developed a
6 pattern of conducting Samaan v Zernik (SC087400) as procedures “off the record.” As
7 such, such proceedings are not part of their activity in their judicial capacity for which
8 they are entitled to judicial immunity.
9
10 The sequence of events in Dec 2007-March 2008:
11 a. Dec 26, 2007 – Plaintiff’s Ex Parte Appearance before Defendant who is
12 Supervising Judge Rosenberg for Due Process.
13 After the fact Plaintiff found out, although he was never noticed of
14 such, that this was again, an “off the record” procedure, and the Dec
15 26, 2007 Minute Order was invalidated/vacated after being issued.
16 b. Jan 30, 2007 – Plaintiff’s ex parte Appearance before Defendant who is Judge
17 Terry Friedman for immediate release of funds held by the Court with no legal
18 basis.
19
20 Such Bench Trial was conducted in violation of the most basic notions of Due
21 Process, with insufficient time for Plaintiff to prepare his opposition, with failure to
22 properly serve summons, with failure to serve Plaintiff the very order that he had been
23 falsely been claimed to have violated – the non-existent gag order that was the product
24 of the “off the record” proceeding by Defendant Connor on July 23, 2007.
25
26 March 3, 2008, and March 7, 2008
27
28
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p641-25


1
2 6. Defendants That Are The LA Superior Court And Its Judges Failed To Issue
3 Assignment Orders To The Judges Named As Defendants In This Case,
Therefore, These Judges Are Not Eligible for Judicial Immunity In This
4 Case.
5
6 Although Plaintiff appeared on several occasions before the Judges named as

7 defendants in this case, and also before the Defendant Rosenberg, the Supervising Judge,

8 to ask for Notice of Re-Assignment Orders of Samaan v Zernik to the several judges

9 who acted as Presiding Judges, such requests were always denied.

10 The only Re-assignment Order found in this case on the record that appears

11 legitimate is for Defendant who is Judge Connor (Exh Vol II- Minute Orders, pp200-1).

12 However, this record is likely to be part of fraud inherent in Sustain. Page one of this

13 order is dated 11/1/2005 as its date of entry in the record, whereas page 2 of the same

14 order is dated 1/30/2006. Plaintiff demands his right for full access to electronic Trial

15 Court Records, and believes that he would find there full evidence to show that this

16 order is a case of fraud.

17 No Reassignment Order was ever found for any of the other Defendants who are

18 judges.

19
20 7. Defendants who are Judges of LA Superior Court are not Eligible for
Immunity since they Officiated as Presiding Judges with no authority at all
21 after being Disqualified.
22
23 None of the Defendants who are judges had their disqualification adjudicated as
24 required by law. Therefore, after the first disqualification for each and every one of
25 them, they were acting without any authority and without any immunity.
26 The notion heard by Plaintiff that it is a “Local Custom” in LA County not to
27 adjudicate Answers to disqualification is out of compliance with the law, and a
28 fundamental abuse of Plaintiff’s Due Process rights.
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1 Defendants without exception entered responses to disqualfications that are a
2 combination of Strike and Answer. Such is deemed un-allowed response by a judge to
3 disqualification for cause by the Bench Guide of the California Judicial Council.
4 Regardless, the Answer had to be adjudicated for the Judge to regain his/her
5 authority after disqualification statement was filed, and with it to regain his/her
6 immunity.
7
8 8. Defendant who is Retired Judge O’Brien engaged in Obrstruction and has
9 no reason for immunity at all.

10
Defendant O’Brien himself conceded that he was operating without any authority
11
when he lodged a Proposed Order for his own appointment on September 14, 2007, that
12
is after he conducted a hearing on Sept 10, 2007, where he conspired with Samaan’s
13
Counsel, per Oct 11, 2007 Transcript, how to execute an “Entered Oral Judgment”.
14
15
9. Defendant who is Receiver Pasternak
16
17 Defendant Pasternak is not eligible for immunity since his appointment on
18 November 9, 2007 was the outcome of a fraudulent motion. Exhibit A in that Motion,
19 which was to be the legal foundation for the appointment was stated in Att Kehsavarzi’s
20 Declaration under penalty of perjury to be the “Judgment by Court Pursuant to CCP
21 437c” issued on Aug 9, 2007 by Defendant Connor.
22 In fact Att Keshavarzi never included the Judgment in any document, since he did
23 not recognize it as a valid record. Instead he included under Tab A the Aug 9, 2007
24 Order Granting Summary Judgment. Such an Order is not sufficient as the basis for
25 execution of judgment as entailed by Pasternak.
26 Defendant Pasternak is also involved in fraud relative to the document entered on
27 the record in LA County Register/Recorder, as the subject for transfer of Deed.
28
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1 10. The facts disclosed in this complaint regarding the mode of operation of the
2
LA Superior Court and Conduct of its Judges are extraordinary and unusual
and justify action by the US District Court, where normally abstention is
3 preferred per the Younger Theory.
4
The facts that are disclosed in this complaint regarding Defendant that is the LA
5
Superior Court, its electronic Case Management System –Sustain, and the conduct of
6
Defendants who are Judges of that court, including but not limited to:
7
8
a. Conducting proceeding but denying litigant access to Trial Court
9
Records:
10
Defendant that is the LA Superior Court and all Defendants that are
11
Judges of the LA Superior Court
12
b. Conducting “off the record” proceedings without the knowledge of the
13
participants:
14
Many or most proceedings in Samaan v Zernik. Full access to
15
electronic Trial Court Records is required to document in full the
16
exact nature of each proceedings. Here are some notable samples:
17
1. Connor - Nov 9, 2006 - Trial Setting Conference
18
2. Connor - Nov 9, 2006 - Expunge Lis Pendens
19
3. Connor - July 6, 2007 - Gag Order for Countrywide
20
4. Connor - July 23, 2007 - Protective Order–Countrywide
21
5. Connor - Aug 9, 2007 - Summary Judgment
22
6. Connor - Aug 9, 2007 - Leave to Amend Claims
23
7. Rosenberg - Dec 26, 2007- Ex Parte for Due Process
24
8. Friedman -
25
26
c. Conduct proceedings where they mislead litigants regarding the nature
27
of the proceedings:
28
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p641-28


1 1. Connor - Aug 30, 2007- Conference was deemed a
2 Motion Hearing
3 d. Conducting proceedings where they switch on and off the record, at
4 will, without prior notice or agreement of the participants:
5 1. Connor - Aug 21, 2007 - Ex Parte Hearing
6
7 e. Invalidate/vacate proceedings and Court Orders after the fact without
8 any notice to litigants:
9 1. Connor – Jan 30, 2006 – Demurrer, OSC, ISC
10 2. Goodman - Oct 3, 2007 - Recusal
11 3. Segal - Nov 5, 2007 - Short Notice/Receiver
12 4. Hart-Cole Dec 7, 2007 - Recusal
13 5. Friedman Dec 13, 2007 - Countrywide
14 6. Rosenberg Dec 26, 2007 - Ex Parte Due Process
15 7. Friedman Jan 30, 2007 - Ex Parte Release Funds
16
17 f. Conduct Bench Trials with disregard to basic concepts of Due Process
18 (Aug 9, 2007 – Jacqueline Connor, March 7, 2008 - Terry Friedman)
19 1. Connor - Aug 9, 2007
20 2. Friedman - March 7, 2007
21 11. Defendant Connor colluded with Samaan and Countrywide in fraud against
22 Plaintiff, engaging in Abuse of his Due Process, Free Speech. and
Possession Rights, and in Obstruction of Justice.
23
24 Plaintiff alleged that Defendant Connor was acting in bad faith and engaging in

25 Obstruction of Justice:

26 a) In finding of such an outlandish fabrication as the true facts in this matter,

27 b) In refusing to issue evidentiary rulings in this hearing and prior hearings (Exh..),

28
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ATTACHMENTS & EXHIBITS p641-29


1 c) In issuing of the Aug 9, 2007 Order Granting Summary Judgment in Favor of
2 Samaan and the Aug 9, 2007 Summary Judgment .
3 Defendant Connor’s bias against Plaintiff was best demonstrated in the Aug 21,
4 2007 hearing, where according to Plaintiff’s Counsel she referred to Plaintiff as “the
5 Pest”, and explained that she would “treat him accordingly”. Plaintiff included
6 these remarks in his Aug 30, 2007 Case Management Statement (Exh ), And
7 Defendant Connor’s comment at the opening of that proceeding to the effect that
8 Plaintiff “Dishes it out in her face”. Such comments were deleted from the
9 transcripts. Major other parts are missing from the Aug 21, 2007 Transcript per Verified
10 Statement of Plaintiff former Counsel (Exh ).
11 LA Superior Court continues to deny Plaintiff access to “shorthand notes” or “raw
12 notes” that were the basis for these transcripts, and are litigation records. As is the case
13 with other litigation records in Samaan v Zernik (SC087400), it is only reasonable to
14 conclude that a Court that denies litigant access to litigation records, in violation of
15 California and United States Law, and in abuse of Plaintiff’s Civil Rights for Due
16 Process, is doing so to avoid higher liability to the court that is inherent in such records.
17 Plaintiff is seeking protection with the United States Court against continued
18 abuse by the Los Angeles Superior Court. Plaintiff holds that he has no chance for
19 better treatment in other California Courts unless he is allowed access to his litigation
20 records, part of his rights for Due Process.
21 Defendant Connor’s conduct in the hearing of Aug 9, 2007 Motion for
22 Summary Judgment were similar to her conduct in the course of the litigation before and
23 after that day. But in the hearing on that day she made an abundance of decisions and
24 rulings that entirely defy logic.
25 The fax/wire fraud was first uncovered by Plaintiff’s realtor on Oct 18, 2004,
26 when he was trying to fax the Notice to Buyer to Perform to Mr Parks. From Oct 18,
27 2004 to Oct 20, 2004, Mr Libow sent each day an email to Mr Parks, and asked that he
28 clarify the concerns regarding diversion of fax transmissions sent to him to Samaan.
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1 Parks responded to the email, but he never responded in any way regarding the fax
2 transmissions questions.
3 Therefore, when Zernik issued instructions to cancel escrow on Oct 21, 2004, it
4 was not only because Samaan failed to obtain her loans approved and failed to remove
5 the respective contingencies. It was also because Plaintiff was realizing that he was
6 involved with a group of well-trained real estate and mortgage fraud experts, all of them
7 professional in that field. Little did he know what was waiting in store.
8 And therefore, one is hard pressed to figure out how Judge Connor came up with
9 the following statement in the Aug 9, 2007 Order Granting Summary Judgment in favor
10 of Samaan (Exh Vol IV, p116) :
11 “… resulting delay in Ms Samaan’s ability to remove the
12 appraisal contingency, the concededly sole basis for Mr
13 Zernik’s cancellation of escrow”.
14 In fact, Plaintiff spent the entire time of his oral arguments on Aug 9, 2007
15 Summary Judgment Hearing, on cataloging and detailing the various types of fraud
16 Samaan engaged in during the failed real estate transaction in 2004, and later, in the
17 litigation of Samaan v Zernik in LA Superior Court (Exh Vol III, p455). But Defendant
18 Connor was clearly not interesting in finding any fraud anywhere – not with
19 Countrywide, and not with Samaan, and likewise, she wanted to make sure that Plaintiff
20 would not even allowed to bring such arguments – by denying him the right to amend
21 his claims.
22 For convenient reference, some of the more blatant frauds are now listed in tables
23 in Docket #40, p16, with the relevant Code sections, elements, and references to
24 evidence satisfying the various elements.
25 And yet, at least one of the fraud types was demonstrated beyond any doubt. That
26 was the “fraudulent inducement” – Samaan used false Prequalification Letter, with
27 forged signature of Mr Parks to substantiate her qualification as a buyer, when in fact
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