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Trial Transcript CMB 11396
February 17, 2004 - page 4
1 MS. MILLARD: We had a verbal agreement.
2 THE COURT: What was the verbal agreement?
3 MS. MILLARD: The verbal agreement was that he
4 would pay -- it started at 385 a month for rent and $100 for
5 utilities. And in the last few months, it was raised $25 a
6 month for utilities because he was growing his plants in the
7 apartment, and my utilities went up.
8 THE COURT: So you were aware that he was growing
9 the plants in his apartment?
10 MS. MILLARD: I was not aware -- I thought he was
11 growing two or three plants. He had a prescription. He
12 showed me a prescription -
13 THE COURT: Okay. This matter is dismissed without
14 prejudice. You can refile again with the proper notice.
15 MS. MILLARD: So he can stay in my house?
16 THE COURT: Until you file the proper paperwork. .
17 We're not here to deal with disputes, domestic violence, or
18 anything like that. This is an unlawful detainer action.
19 You had a verbal agreement. There's nothing in the verbal
20 agreement that said he couldn't do what he's doing.
21 MS. MILLARD: I told him not to grow the plants in
22 the apartment, and he grew them anyway.
23 THE COURT: Refile it and give him the proper
25 MS. MILLARD: Okay.
26 (Whereupon the above proceedings were concluded.)
STORMY L. HINKLE, CSR