I am pleased to advise that at the conclusion of a Judicial Settlement Conference held at the Waitakere District Court today, a Deed of Settlement was signed between myself as the Plaintiff, and David Swale, and Swale Earthmovers, as the 2nd & 3rd Defendants to my Notice of Claim.
The details of this settlement were nominated as confidential to the signatories of the agreement.
This outcome formally ends my Notice of Claim against David Swale, and Swale Earthmovers, in accordance with, and subject to the mutually agreed terms of the agreement being met by all parties.
In recognition of the Deed of Settlement, all material relating to David Swale & Swale Earthmovers will be removed from this website.
An opportunity to table an Offer of Settlement was also made to Grant King as the 1st Defendant today.
Despite a number of attempts by the Judge to encourage Grant King to consider the facts of the case, and despite the Judge giving Grant King repeated opportunities to consider settling his component of the Notice of Claim, Grant King repeatedly refused to enter into any settlement process or negotiation, so my Notice of Claim against Grant King is still active.
This Advisory is made in accordance with the above Deed of Settlement, and is made in good faith.
I have reviewed the site, and believe that I have removed any and all references to David Swale & Swale Earthmovers – if there are any references that I may have missed, please advise at firstname.lastname@example.org
Update 14/8/13: A Notice of Discontinuance against Grant Norman King as the 1st Defendant of my Notice of Claim has now been authorised and filed. Please see here for a fuller explanation of this decision, and my intended actions against Grant King, going forward.
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