Report to The RCMP that a false Affidavit of Service was sworn by Joan C. Hill legal secratary to Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen and relied upon by The Surrogate Courts at Edmonton, Alberta – Law Courts for The Application for Probate as effective service on Donald H. Broder to expedite probate in May 2001 excess of 33 years after the death of Edmund Broder on December 26, 1968 to assist the Plaintiff’s lawyer; Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen as she had complained she had been ambushed because she had already forced the pleadings closed on March 15, 2001 within Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench action no: 9703-12949 ….

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Presents

THE BUCK FOR JUSTICE

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Report to the RCMP includes

Evidence of an editable offence committed by;

Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen

proceeding before the;

Surrogate Courts at Edmonton, Alberta

with the Application for Probate

on May 24, 2001

without proof effective service

had been completed on

Donald H. Broder

and then on

December 7, 2001

Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen

has her own secretary

Joan C. Hill

file a false Affidavit of Service

swearing under oath that

Robert J. Sawers

had accepted service on behalf of

Donald H. Broder

for The Application for Probate of

Edmund Broder.

Robert J. Sawers swore and Affidavit that he did not accept service as the

pleadings were closed within Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench action 9703-12949

before the Application for Probate was filed and as such

service could only be effective directly on

 Donald H. Broder.

The evidence before you within this tab will provide the evidence to prove that

Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen and her illegal secretary

Joan C. Hill must face criminal charges for 

perjury, conspiracy to defraud and obstruction of justice

for their willful actions to  orchestrate, frame and

falsely incarcerate an

innocent 75 year old senior citizen

Donald H. Broder eldest son of

Edmund Broder

for whom was

“Born – September 29, 1891 –
Deceased – December 26, 1968″

“Edmund and Hazel Broder – Wedding picture from 1927.”

Remembering

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Edmund Broder

“September 29, 1891 – December 26, 1968”

and

Hazel Broder

“April 15, 1901 – October 7, 1967”

The evidence provided within this page proves beyond a reasonable doubt that

an editable criminal offence was committed by;

Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen directing her legal secretary

Joan C. Hill to swear under oath and file a;

 False Affidavit of Service

for the Application for Probate on 7th day of December 2001,

for which the  Application for Probate had

already been heard and granted on

May 24, 2001;

Justice R. P. Belzil

“another Justice that responded to the comment made by Elizabeth MacInnis about being ambushed”

“Original copy of the Affidavit below.”

Note: Robert J. Sawers wrote in: note; “not @ this time!”

Did you know!

For Service to be Effective regarding

The Application for Probate

it would have to be served directly on all Beneficiaries

  inclusive of

Donald H. Broder

and could not be served on

 Robert J. Sawers

because

Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen

 had forced the Pleadings closed

on March 15, 2001, within Action 9703-12949

for which Robert J. Sawers was retained

to act on behalf of

Donald Broder and Craig Broder.

“Robert J. Sawers had not been retained by Donald H. Broder for any matters dealing with the Estate of Edmund Broder” 

 An Affidavit provided by Robert J. Sawers through his solicitor’s Gerald F. Scott, John Pak, and Chris Triggs at Fraser Milner Casgrain whereby Mr. Sawers swore under oath that; he did not accept service for the Application for Probate and that Donald H. Broder was effectively served by registered mail on May 28, 2001, while; the desk Application  went before Justice R. P. Belzil at the Surrogate Courts on May 24, 2001, for whom acted in collusion with Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen by allowing and relying on a; False Affidavit of Service within Surrogate Court Action SES03 113567.

Robert J. Sawers Affidavit(full version)PDF

Read the full version if you like;

Paragraphs 7,8,9 and 11. are quoted below;

  • [7.] On or about May 10, 2001, counsel for the plaintiffs In the Queen’s Bench Action, Elizabeth Maclnnis of Weir Bowen LLP (MacInnis), filed an application with the Surrogate Court of Alberta, being Court file No. SES113S67, tor a Grant of Administration of the Estate of Edmund Broder (the “Surrogate Court Action”) A copy of the procedure record for the Surrogate Court Action, which my counsel advises and I verily believe is a true copy of the procedure record received from the court, is attached hereto and marked as Exhibit 5.
  • [8.] Maclnnis served Donald Broder with a copy of the required Notice to Beneficiary and of the Application for Grant of Administration, via registered mail, but Donald Broder did not receive these documents until on or about May 28, 200t. A copy of an affidavit sworn by Donald Broder on October 16, 2001, and subsequently filed in the Surrogate Court Action, in which he deposes to his receipt of the Notice, is attached hereto and marked as Exhibit 6.
  • [9.] Maclnnis provided me with a copy of the letter and documents served on Donald Broder, which I received on or about May 15, 2001. However, at that time I was not counsel for Donald Broder in the Surrogate Court Action, and did not believe that service would be effective on Donald Broder until he himself received the documents. A copy of Maclnnis’ May 10, 2001 letter, providing me with a copy of the Notice to Beneficiary and Application for Grant of Administration being served on Donald Broder, is attached hereto and marked as Exhibit 7.
  • [11.] I represented Don Broder in the Surrogate Court Action beginning at some point in time on or after May 28,2001.

May 10, 2001 letter from Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen confirming she would serve Donald Broder by registered mail below;

On May 10, 2001, Elizabeth MacInnis informs Robert Sawers she would be serving Donald Broder with the Application for Probate and only provide him with a copy for information purposes.

On May 24, 2001 the Surrogate Courts grants administration  without any form of Affidavit of Service as effective service on Donald H. Broder could not be sworn under oath as it had not occurred until May 28, 2001 by registered mail.

The Grant of Administration application was heard on May 24, 200 1  – 4 days prior to Donald H. Broder being served on May 28, 2001.

Did you know!

Justice R. P. Belzil grants administration on May 24, 2001 without any Affidavit of Service to be relied upon as Joan C. Hill’s Affidavit was sworn on 7th day of December 2001.

Donald Broder’s lawyer Robert Sawers warns

Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen of the

serious concerns he has with her actions in obtaining

the Order for the

Grant of Administration.

 

This document is from Canada Post and  provides proof that Donald H. Broder was served by Registered Mail for the Application for Probate on May 28, 2001, four days after the Grant of Administration was order by Justice Belzil on May 24, 2001.

 Did you know!

Robert Sawers was counsel for Donald Broder and Craig Broder in action 9703-12949 and because the Pleadings were ordered closed by the Chief Justice A. H. Wachowich on March 15, 2001 – prior to the Application for Probate on May 24, 2001 as such Robert J. Sawers was not in a legal position to accept service for the Pending Estate Litigation / Application for Probate as it would have to be a new lawsuit.

              In Summary

                        1. Robert J. Sawers did not accept service for the Application for Probate, he only received a copy for information purposes.

           2. The Application for Probate  for the Grant of Administration was before the Edmonton Surrogate Courts on May 24, 2001.

3. Donald Broder was effectively served by Registered Mail the Application for Probate on May 28, 2001.

                  Elizabeth MacInnis had her legal secretary, Joan C. Hill file;

a false Affidavit of Service

based on a note on the file that

Robert Sawers received a copy of the Application for Probate.

                        4. Justice Belzil Ordered the Grant of Administration on May 24, 2001 without any confirmation of an Affidavit of Service for the

Application for probate at The Surrogate Courts in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

                        5. Robert Sawers warned Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen that he had a number of serious concerns regarding the Order.

                        7. The Application for Probate was filed at the Surrogate Courts by Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen after she had obtained the Order to close the Pleadings

and should not have acted in a legal capacity on behalf of the Beneficiaries because

she was in a conflict of interest position being against Donald H. Broder in an action for which she had just forced the pleadings close and

was upset because she had been ambushed by Donald H. Broder’s Lawyer Robert J. Sawers so the Surrogate Courts at Edmonton Law Courts

were willful participants to assist Elizabeth MacInnis to ambush Robert J. Sawers even if the victim would be 

an innocent senior citizen;

Donald H. Broder.

and his vulnerable wife

Joyce M. Broder

Joyce Broder at the Good Samaritans Lodge

Elizabeth MacInnis was in breach of The Legal Profession Act, acting in conflict of interest as she would now be representing all the Beneficiaries inclusive of Donald H. Broder for whom she had just made the comment his Lawyer, Robert J. Sawers had ambushed her.

For Service to be Effective for the Application for Probate it had to be directly served on all Beneficiaries inclusive of Donald H. Broder and could not be served on Robert J. Sawers because she had forced the Pleadings closed within Action 9703-12949 for which Robert J. Sawers was retained to act on behalf of Donald Broder and Craig Broder.

I, Donald Broder have provided the evidence to you the reader, Elizabeth MacInnis of Weir Bowen did not file the Certificate of Readiness as per Chief Justice A. H. Wachowich’s Order on or before March 15, 2001 but rather waited until April 17, 2003, clearly acting in Contempt of Court and committed Fraud on the Courts by filing a false Affidavit of Service for the Application for Probate on December 7, 2001 when the Application was heard on May 24, 2001.

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