Posted in Kensington Island Properties aka KIP Costanza, 34083 Yukon Inc., UBID

Just One of the Many Issues the pro KIP Union Bay Trustees Want You to Forget.

 

 

I received the following correspondence from Susanna Kaljur with the comment below confirming Loxam in fact did NOT have the authority to negotiate with Kensington Island Properties aka 34083 Yukon Inc. as he claims.

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NOTE;  THIS IS THE LETTER LOXAM DIDN’T WANT READ OUT AT THE DEC. 14, MEETING AND PROMPTED THE CHAIR TO PREVENT IT BY STATING TWICE “IT’S BEEN DEALT WITH”.

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3 thoughts on “Just One of the Many Issues the pro KIP Union Bay Trustees Want You to Forget.

  1. So are all the parties aware of the CVRD’s Sept 20, 2016 letter to KIP about revising the draft MOU or proposing some amendment to the MDA as expressed in Ann MacDonald’s Dec 19th 2016 e-mail to me cc to Kevin? Regards

    Gord

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  2. What Loxam writes is: “I also met with former Trustee Denis Royer, who along with lawyer Peter Johnson was the negotiator for UBID back in 2010 – 2011.” It is Denis Royer Loxam is referring to here; “He explained in details the agreement and benefits..” This is Dennis Royer NOT Peter Johnson. However, both Loxam and Jaques had access to Peter Johnson’s legal opinions regarding KIP as they were elected in April 2016.
    It is apparent to me as Trustee that neither Loxam nor Jacques have done their homework or due diligence in reading legal opinions, engineers reports etc. What I have observed is a wilful blindness to any point of view other than that of the developer KIP.

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  3. If Trustee Loxam met with Peter Johnson as stated in the letter of November 16 2016, one would think that the force majeure clause was discussed. Just asking…

    Subsequently on November 21st
    , UBID received a written legal opinion from
    solicitor Peter Johnson of Stewart McDannold Stuart in response to the direction
    outlined in this motion. Based on a review of this legal opinion, the UBID Board
    of Trustees has withdrawn its intention to invoke the “force majeure” clause
    contained in the Water Infrastructure Agreement dated April 8th, 2011.

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