Pieces 016/09

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

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brock Elfman and his girlfriend Drake Simmon filed a complaint with Pieces regarding a breech of contract. It seems that the company that was hired by the couple to keep unwanted guests from attending a party they were giving allowed guests to enter the home thus runing their party. The couple is suing for a return of the money they paid to keep the unwanted guests away.

Pieces: So they slipped right through the cracks of security, huh?
Mr. Elfman: They allowed these creatures to ruin our party!
Pieces: If you needed more help, why didn't you call the police?
Ms. Simmon: Police? What could they do about it? Besides we were too embarrassed to cause that kind of a scene.
Pieces: It's your fault, because you didn't do enough crowd control which led to unruly guests trampling over your home. What do you expect this court to do for you?
Mr. Elfman: They claimed to be professionals who could handle any crowd and situation. Instead it was like they did nothing.
Pieces: How many people were hired?
Ms. Simmon: Three of then were actually hired to complete the work. The contract was signed and stated that if we were no satisfied that we were entitled to a full return of our money.
Pieces: So what happened with your party?
Mr. Elfman: Well, the intruders came and went directly to the food. It frightened away our guests. They sacred them so bad people invited to the party dropped their drinks and snacks to run out of our apartment, knocking over and breaking things along the way. No one stayed to help us clean up or called to see if we were ok afterwards.
Pieces: So I take it these invited guests were far from blind, they took action by leaving your party abode?
Ms. Simmon: They had a typical reaction!
Creature Guard: I'd like to explain what happened.
Pieces: Were you at the party or one of the ones responsible for crowd control?
Creature Guard: No, not exactly?
Pieces: Then how in the world can you speak on behalf of this mess?
Creature Guard: We weren't supposed to be there, as we were not invited. We are a pest control company hired to get rid of pests. We were given a check in advance and did only a portion of the work stipulated by the contract.
Pieces: I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS

The couple of Elfman and Simmon supposedly paid for extermination services to remove pests from their home, so that pests would not disrupt a party they were going to have. Creature Guard says that they sprayed and prepped the home in advance to rid of some of the pests with a basic solution. Elfman and Simmon said that what Creature Guard used to repel pests was not effective enough otherwise pests would not have been around during the party, which is their argument. Creature Guard says that a stronger repellent would have been used once they returned to complete the job but were unable to as they state couple Elfman and Simmon failed to honor their part of the contract.

Pieces: Do you see why your guests were bouncing off the walls?

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that plaintiff's Elfman and Simmon receive nothing on their claim against Creature Guard.

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

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 016/09

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

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brock Elfman and his girlfriend Drake Simmon filed a complaint with Pieces regarding a breech of contract. It seems that the company that was hired by the couple to keep unwanted guests from attending a party they were giving allowed guests to enter the home thus runing their party. The couple is suing for a return of the money they paid to keep the unwanted guests away.

Pieces: So they slipped right through the cracks of security, huh?
Mr. Elfman: They allowed these creatures to ruin our party!
Pieces: If you needed more help, why didn't you call the police?
Ms. Simmon: Police? What could they do about it? Besides we were too embarrassed to cause that kind of a scene.
Pieces: It's your fault, because you didn't do enough crowd control which led to unruly guests trampling over your home. What do you expect this court to do for you?
Mr. Elfman: They claimed to be professionals who could handle any crowd and situation. Instead it was like they did nothing.
Pieces: How many people were hired?
Ms. Simmon: Three of then were actually hired to complete the work. The contract was signed and stated that if we were no satisfied that we were entitled to a full return of our money.
Pieces: So what happened with your party?
Mr. Elfman: Well, the intruders came and went directly to the food. It frightened away our guests. They sacred them so bad people invited to the party dropped their drinks and snacks to run out of our apartment, knocking over and breaking things along the way. No one stayed to help us clean up or called to see if we were ok afterwards.
Pieces: So I take it these invited guests were far from blind, they took action by leaving your party abode?
Ms. Simmon: They had a typical reaction!
Creature Guard: I'd like to explain what happened.
Pieces: Were you at the party or one of the ones responsible for crowd control?
Creature Guard: No, not exactly?
Pieces: Then how in the world can you speak on behalf of this mess?
Creature Guard: We weren't supposed to be there, as we were not invited. We are a pest control company hired to get rid of pests. We were given a check in advance and did only a portion of the work stipulated by the contract.
Pieces: I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS

The couple of Elfman and Simmon supposedly paid for extermination services to remove pests from their home, so that pests would not disrupt a party they were going to have. Creature Guard says that they sprayed and prepped the home in advance to rid of some of the pests with a basic solution. Elfman and Simmon said that what Creature Guard used to repel pests was not effective enough otherwise pests would not have been around during the party, which is their argument. Creature Guard says that a stronger repellent would have been used once they returned to complete the job but were unable to as they state couple Elfman and Simmon failed to honor their part of the contract.

Pieces: Do you see why your guests were bouncing off the walls?

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that plaintiff's Elfman and Simmon receive nothing on their claim against Creature Guard.

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

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 016/09

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

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brock Elfman and his girlfriend Drake Simmon filed a complaint with Pieces regarding a breech of contract. It seems that the company that was hired by the couple to keep unwanted guests from attending a party they were giving allowed guests to enter the home thus runing their party. The couple is suing for a return of the money they paid to keep the unwanted guests away.

Pieces: So they slipped right through the cracks of security, huh?
Mr. Elfman: They allowed these creatures to ruin our party!
Pieces: If you needed more help, why didn't you call the police?
Ms. Simmon: Police? What could they do about it? Besides we were too embarrassed to cause that kind of a scene.
Pieces: It's your fault, because you didn't do enough crowd control which led to unruly guests trampling over your home. What do you expect this court to do for you?
Mr. Elfman: They claimed to be professionals who could handle any crowd and situation. Instead it was like they did nothing.
Pieces: How many people were hired?
Ms. Simmon: Three of then were actually hired to complete the work. The contract was signed and stated that if we were no satisfied that we were entitled to a full return of our money.
Pieces: So what happened with your party?
Mr. Elfman: Well, the intruders came and went directly to the food. It frightened away our guests. They sacred them so bad people invited to the party dropped their drinks and snacks to run out of our apartment, knocking over and breaking things along the way. No one stayed to help us clean up or called to see if we were ok afterwards.
Pieces: So I take it these invited guests were far from blind, they took action by leaving your party abode?
Ms. Simmon: They had a typical reaction!
Creature Guard: I'd like to explain what happened.
Pieces: Were you at the party or one of the ones responsible for crowd control?
Creature Guard: No, not exactly?
Pieces: Then how in the world can you speak on behalf of this mess?
Creature Guard: We weren't supposed to be there, as we were not invited. We are a pest control company hired to get rid of pests. We were given a check in advance and did only a portion of the work stipulated by the contract.
Pieces: I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS

The couple of Elfman and Simmon supposedly paid for extermination services to remove pests from their home, so that pests would not disrupt a party they were going to have. Creature Guard says that they sprayed and prepped the home in advance to rid of some of the pests with a basic solution. Elfman and Simmon said that what Creature Guard used to repel pests was not effective enough otherwise pests would not have been around during the party, which is their argument. Creature Guard says that a stronger repellent would have been used once they returned to complete the job but were unable to as they state couple Elfman and Simmon failed to honor their part of the contract.

Pieces: Do you see why your guests were bouncing off the walls?

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that plaintiff's Elfman and Simmon receive nothing on their claim against Creature Guard.

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

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 016/09

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

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brock Elfman and his girlfriend Drake Simmon filed a complaint with Pieces regarding a breech of contract. It seems that the company that was hired by the couple to keep unwanted guests from attending a party they were giving allowed guests to enter the home thus runing their party. The couple is suing for a return of the money they paid to keep the unwanted guests away.

Pieces: So they slipped right through the cracks of security, huh?
Mr. Elfman: They allowed these creatures to ruin our party!
Pieces: If you needed more help, why didn't you call the police?
Ms. Simmon: Police? What could they do about it? Besides we were too embarrassed to cause that kind of a scene.
Pieces: It's your fault, because you didn't do enough crowd control which led to unruly guests trampling over your home. What do you expect this court to do for you?
Mr. Elfman: They claimed to be professionals who could handle any crowd and situation. Instead it was like they did nothing.
Pieces: How many people were hired?
Ms. Simmon: Three of then were actually hired to complete the work. The contract was signed and stated that if we were no satisfied that we were entitled to a full return of our money.
Pieces: So what happened with your party?
Mr. Elfman: Well, the intruders came and went directly to the food. It frightened away our guests. They sacred them so bad people invited to the party dropped their drinks and snacks to run out of our apartment, knocking over and breaking things along the way. No one stayed to help us clean up or called to see if we were ok afterwards.
Pieces: So I take it these invited guests were far from blind, they took action by leaving your party abode?
Ms. Simmon: They had a typical reaction!
Creature Guard: I'd like to explain what happened.
Pieces: Were you at the party or one of the ones responsible for crowd control?
Creature Guard: No, not exactly?
Pieces: Then how in the world can you speak on behalf of this mess?
Creature Guard: We weren't supposed to be there, as we were not invited. We are a pest control company hired to get rid of pests. We were given a check in advance and did only a portion of the work stipulated by the contract.
Pieces: I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS

The couple of Elfman and Simmon supposedly paid for extermination services to remove pests from their home, so that pests would not disrupt a party they were going to have. Creature Guard says that they sprayed and prepped the home in advance to rid of some of the pests with a basic solution. Elfman and Simmon said that what Creature Guard used to repel pests was not effective enough otherwise pests would not have been around during the party, which is their argument. Creature Guard says that a stronger repellent would have been used once they returned to complete the job but were unable to as they state couple Elfman and Simmon failed to honor their part of the contract.

Pieces: Do you see why your guests were bouncing off the walls?

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that plaintiff's Elfman and Simmon receive nothing on their claim against Creature Guard.

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

In : Orders-09 



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