Pieces 009/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Ike Fontain is distressed over trouble that continued to start with the defendant Mike Summers. Mr. Summers says that Mr. Fontain shops around for trouble and it eventually found him - now that it has he won't own up to the cost of it all.

Pieces: So Mr. Fontain do you normally go around looking for people to pick on?

Mr. Fontain: No the trouble began at home, everything was fine up until then.

Pieces: Is that why Mr. Summers was at your home, because he was nice?

Mr. Fontain: He had nice leather and good handling and was great to be on the road with.

Pieces: So you two had an on and off the road relationship?

Mr. Fontain: That's correct.

Pieces: So when did it sour?

Mr. Fontain: He just went caput, he no longer started the way he normally did. I was near a station so I called for help and that's when they told me the news.

Pieces: Which was?

Mr Fontain: It was over!

Pieces: Mr. Summers had gone into a health crisis and they were trying to get you to understand what he had to do to recover, since he was hurt. Therefore he could no longer continue the relationship the way it was prior to his incident and no you're upset and selfish as well.

Mr. Summers: Relationship? No longer?

Pieces: I guess you weren't meant to be after the way you were treated.

Mr. Summers: The argument here is that Mr. Fontain says that I sold him a lemon and that the car failed to start giving him lots of problems until it finally stopped all together.

Pieces: Why doesn't the car work now? If under warranty Mr. Fontain the car should be returned for repair.

Mr. Summers: I offered to repair it for free.

Mr. Fontain: He's lying he says that I damaged the car and he now wants me to pay for a new engine. I threatened to sue him, so now he's being this chummy car salesman to save his reputation.

Pieces: I have heard enough and will return with a decision.

DISCUSSION

The car was used, but repaired by Mr. Summers prior to it's purchase by Mr. Fontain. Past history of the car revealed no damage at the time of sale. The mechanic that looked at the car once it broke down on Mr. Fontain stated that the engine blew because it had no oil or antifreeze and that it had been that way for quite some time. Mr. Fontain thought there was enough oil and antifreeze when he bought the car arguing that Mr. Summers had left the car empty of the necessary fluids to keep it running properly. This eventually ruined the engine. Mr Summers states that once Mr. Fontain bought the car it was up to him to check the car and gauges for oil and antifreeze not the dealership. Mr. Summers argues that there was enough oil and antifreeze at the time of purchase.  According to the mechanic the car had no leaks when it was inspected.

Pieces: I ask that Mr. Summers provide Mr. Fontain's car with a rebuilt engine.

Mr. Summers: I tried to do this before we went through all this crap!

Pieces: And when you put in a rebuilt engine, Mr. Slick please fill it up with oil and antifreeze. The mechanic that inspected the car stated that the dipstick was so dry he had a hard time removing it and that the car was completely dry and empty of vital fluids. You managed to run the car on little to no oil or fluid before Mr. Fontain purchased it thus damaging the engine by the time of purchase. 

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Mr. Summers make the necessary engine repairs to Mr. Fonatin's car.


Dated: July 14, 2009                   A. Sadiq                        
                                                 On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 


Tags: car used 
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Pieces 009/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Ike Fontain is distressed over trouble that continued to start with the defendant Mike Summers. Mr. Summers says that Mr. Fontain shops around for trouble and it eventually found him - now that it has he won't own up to the cost of it all.

Pieces: So Mr. Fontain do you normally go around looking for people to pick on?

Mr. Fontain: No the trouble began at home, everything was fine up until then.

Pieces: Is that why Mr. Summers was at your home, because he was nice?

Mr. Fontain: He had nice leather and good handling and was great to be on the road with.

Pieces: So you two had an on and off the road relationship?

Mr. Fontain: That's correct.

Pieces: So when did it sour?

Mr. Fontain: He just went caput, he no longer started the way he normally did. I was near a station so I called for help and that's when they told me the news.

Pieces: Which was?

Mr Fontain: It was over!

Pieces: Mr. Summers had gone into a health crisis and they were trying to get you to understand what he had to do to recover, since he was hurt. Therefore he could no longer continue the relationship the way it was prior to his incident and no you're upset and selfish as well.

Mr. Summers: Relationship? No longer?

Pieces: I guess you weren't meant to be after the way you were treated.

Mr. Summers: The argument here is that Mr. Fontain says that I sold him a lemon and that the car failed to start giving him lots of problems until it finally stopped all together.

Pieces: Why doesn't the car work now? If under warranty Mr. Fontain the car should be returned for repair.

Mr. Summers: I offered to repair it for free.

Mr. Fontain: He's lying he says that I damaged the car and he now wants me to pay for a new engine. I threatened to sue him, so now he's being this chummy car salesman to save his reputation.

Pieces: I have heard enough and will return with a decision.

DISCUSSION

The car was used, but repaired by Mr. Summers prior to it's purchase by Mr. Fontain. Past history of the car revealed no damage at the time of sale. The mechanic that looked at the car once it broke down on Mr. Fontain stated that the engine blew because it had no oil or antifreeze and that it had been that way for quite some time. Mr. Fontain thought there was enough oil and antifreeze when he bought the car arguing that Mr. Summers had left the car empty of the necessary fluids to keep it running properly. This eventually ruined the engine. Mr Summers states that once Mr. Fontain bought the car it was up to him to check the car and gauges for oil and antifreeze not the dealership. Mr. Summers argues that there was enough oil and antifreeze at the time of purchase.  According to the mechanic the car had no leaks when it was inspected.

Pieces: I ask that Mr. Summers provide Mr. Fontain's car with a rebuilt engine.

Mr. Summers: I tried to do this before we went through all this crap!

Pieces: And when you put in a rebuilt engine, Mr. Slick please fill it up with oil and antifreeze. The mechanic that inspected the car stated that the dipstick was so dry he had a hard time removing it and that the car was completely dry and empty of vital fluids. You managed to run the car on little to no oil or fluid before Mr. Fontain purchased it thus damaging the engine by the time of purchase. 

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Mr. Summers make the necessary engine repairs to Mr. Fonatin's car.


Dated: July 14, 2009                   A. Sadiq                        
                                                 On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 


Tags: car used 
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Pieces 009/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Ike Fontain is distressed over trouble that continued to start with the defendant Mike Summers. Mr. Summers says that Mr. Fontain shops around for trouble and it eventually found him - now that it has he won't own up to the cost of it all.

Pieces: So Mr. Fontain do you normally go around looking for people to pick on?

Mr. Fontain: No the trouble began at home, everything was fine up until then.

Pieces: Is that why Mr. Summers was at your home, because he was nice?

Mr. Fontain: He had nice leather and good handling and was great to be on the road with.

Pieces: So you two had an on and off the road relationship?

Mr. Fontain: That's correct.

Pieces: So when did it sour?

Mr. Fontain: He just went caput, he no longer started the way he normally did. I was near a station so I called for help and that's when they told me the news.

Pieces: Which was?

Mr Fontain: It was over!

Pieces: Mr. Summers had gone into a health crisis and they were trying to get you to understand what he had to do to recover, since he was hurt. Therefore he could no longer continue the relationship the way it was prior to his incident and no you're upset and selfish as well.

Mr. Summers: Relationship? No longer?

Pieces: I guess you weren't meant to be after the way you were treated.

Mr. Summers: The argument here is that Mr. Fontain says that I sold him a lemon and that the car failed to start giving him lots of problems until it finally stopped all together.

Pieces: Why doesn't the car work now? If under warranty Mr. Fontain the car should be returned for repair.

Mr. Summers: I offered to repair it for free.

Mr. Fontain: He's lying he says that I damaged the car and he now wants me to pay for a new engine. I threatened to sue him, so now he's being this chummy car salesman to save his reputation.

Pieces: I have heard enough and will return with a decision.

DISCUSSION

The car was used, but repaired by Mr. Summers prior to it's purchase by Mr. Fontain. Past history of the car revealed no damage at the time of sale. The mechanic that looked at the car once it broke down on Mr. Fontain stated that the engine blew because it had no oil or antifreeze and that it had been that way for quite some time. Mr. Fontain thought there was enough oil and antifreeze when he bought the car arguing that Mr. Summers had left the car empty of the necessary fluids to keep it running properly. This eventually ruined the engine. Mr Summers states that once Mr. Fontain bought the car it was up to him to check the car and gauges for oil and antifreeze not the dealership. Mr. Summers argues that there was enough oil and antifreeze at the time of purchase.  According to the mechanic the car had no leaks when it was inspected.

Pieces: I ask that Mr. Summers provide Mr. Fontain's car with a rebuilt engine.

Mr. Summers: I tried to do this before we went through all this crap!

Pieces: And when you put in a rebuilt engine, Mr. Slick please fill it up with oil and antifreeze. The mechanic that inspected the car stated that the dipstick was so dry he had a hard time removing it and that the car was completely dry and empty of vital fluids. You managed to run the car on little to no oil or fluid before Mr. Fontain purchased it thus damaging the engine by the time of purchase. 

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Mr. Summers make the necessary engine repairs to Mr. Fonatin's car.


Dated: July 14, 2009                   A. Sadiq                        
                                                 On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 


Tags: car used 
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Pieces 009/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Ike Fontain is distressed over trouble that continued to start with the defendant Mike Summers. Mr. Summers says that Mr. Fontain shops around for trouble and it eventually found him - now that it has he won't own up to the cost of it all.

Pieces: So Mr. Fontain do you normally go around looking for people to pick on?

Mr. Fontain: No the trouble began at home, everything was fine up until then.

Pieces: Is that why Mr. Summers was at your home, because he was nice?

Mr. Fontain: He had nice leather and good handling and was great to be on the road with.

Pieces: So you two had an on and off the road relationship?

Mr. Fontain: That's correct.

Pieces: So when did it sour?

Mr. Fontain: He just went caput, he no longer started the way he normally did. I was near a station so I called for help and that's when they told me the news.

Pieces: Which was?

Mr Fontain: It was over!

Pieces: Mr. Summers had gone into a health crisis and they were trying to get you to understand what he had to do to recover, since he was hurt. Therefore he could no longer continue the relationship the way it was prior to his incident and no you're upset and selfish as well.

Mr. Summers: Relationship? No longer?

Pieces: I guess you weren't meant to be after the way you were treated.

Mr. Summers: The argument here is that Mr. Fontain says that I sold him a lemon and that the car failed to start giving him lots of problems until it finally stopped all together.

Pieces: Why doesn't the car work now? If under warranty Mr. Fontain the car should be returned for repair.

Mr. Summers: I offered to repair it for free.

Mr. Fontain: He's lying he says that I damaged the car and he now wants me to pay for a new engine. I threatened to sue him, so now he's being this chummy car salesman to save his reputation.

Pieces: I have heard enough and will return with a decision.

DISCUSSION

The car was used, but repaired by Mr. Summers prior to it's purchase by Mr. Fontain. Past history of the car revealed no damage at the time of sale. The mechanic that looked at the car once it broke down on Mr. Fontain stated that the engine blew because it had no oil or antifreeze and that it had been that way for quite some time. Mr. Fontain thought there was enough oil and antifreeze when he bought the car arguing that Mr. Summers had left the car empty of the necessary fluids to keep it running properly. This eventually ruined the engine. Mr Summers states that once Mr. Fontain bought the car it was up to him to check the car and gauges for oil and antifreeze not the dealership. Mr. Summers argues that there was enough oil and antifreeze at the time of purchase.  According to the mechanic the car had no leaks when it was inspected.

Pieces: I ask that Mr. Summers provide Mr. Fontain's car with a rebuilt engine.

Mr. Summers: I tried to do this before we went through all this crap!

Pieces: And when you put in a rebuilt engine, Mr. Slick please fill it up with oil and antifreeze. The mechanic that inspected the car stated that the dipstick was so dry he had a hard time removing it and that the car was completely dry and empty of vital fluids. You managed to run the car on little to no oil or fluid before Mr. Fontain purchased it thus damaging the engine by the time of purchase. 

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Mr. Summers make the necessary engine repairs to Mr. Fonatin's car.


Dated: July 14, 2009                   A. Sadiq                        
                                                 On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 


Tags: car used 
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