This is what voids the contract that clears michael elbe of ANY wrongdoing in regards to the purchase and sale of 2043 elm st, quincy, il 62301.
Cora Newbold has been and is mentally disabled. He and his attorney, both knew of it BEFORE she prompted him to have Cora and I sign the contract. It was in order for cora to receive the remaining $12,500 of the gift.
A release of claims was never spoken of until a week before the contract was suggested.
Lannerd also made sure that she put in that cora was mentally stable and that she couldn't claim duress. Cora had no idea what she was signing...She's not a lawyer and had no time to get one for the purpose of reviewing the clearance of claims. That was the only day she was allowed to sign it or the deal was off, according to Lannerd.
We weren't allowed to leave with the contract unsigned.
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Here is the evidence showing the truth. Mike Elbe was made aware that Cora Newbold has a claim pending with Social Security regarding her mental issues. A claim with the use of an attorney that dates back to 2012. Cora was a student that the College he worked. He was well aware of her condition prior to his actions regarding the home and his attorney mandating Cora sign a release of claims for her to get her gift. Cora had no clue what it meant. All that she knew was that it had to be signed in order for her to get what was hers anyway.
The gift was part of a mandate by Larry Ehmen for Elbe to acquire the title to 2043 Elm. Cora Newbold, Sean Heeger and their son currently reside there.
Rental agreement proposals presented by Mike Elbe will be provided here at a future date. He wanted to use the remaining $12,500 for a rental credit for sean, cora and their son instead of giving them the full amount of $25,000 as it was agreed to give her.
Elbe wanted to get the title of the house and did before he would give Cora the rest of the money. He claimed there was a tax issue. then when he sold the house to Frank waldhause this year, the tax issue mysteriously disappeared.
So why would anyone need a release of claims to be signed by Cora AND SEAN if they weren't doing anything wrong?
Cora only received $24,500 instead of the full $25,000 as it was agreed by elbe and ehmen.
Mikes attorney, Amy Lannerd made the claim in the clearance of claims that I was saying and writing online bad things about mike elbe. I was forced to sign it or cora wouldn't get the gift.
----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Mike Elbe <email@example.com> To: Cora Newbold <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: Mike Elbe <email@example.com>; Cora Newbold <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Thursday, April 4, 2013 10:21 PM Subject: Re:
I would have rather told you this on
the phone or in person, but that was not an option. As promised and in honoring my word in our
agreement, I have decided to go ahead and gift you the $12,500. Throughout our
discussions, I have concluded that I did not want to rent to you nor did I want
to evict you from the house. Therefore, I decided to sell the house for what my
accountant told me would be my break-even point. Today, I agreed and sold the house to Frank
Waldhaus of Quincy. He purchased the property without seeing the inside,
without any inspections or any appraisals. He
is a local gentleman who has other rental properties and I told him about your
interest in renting the house. In addition, I have informed him that I will be
gifting you the $12,500 so you should have a sufficient amount of money to pay
rent. He will be stopping by tomorrow to
speak with you and provide appropriate documentation that he purchased the house. Although he will make the final decision, I
have asked him to talk with you about renting and keep an open mind.
My attorney has advised me and will
prepare a “Release of Claims” document meaning this check for Cora will
complete my part of our agreement.A
check made out to Cora in the amount of $12,500 will be at her office next
week. Both of you will need to sign the
form at her office and they will provide you with the check and the final gift of
On Thu, Apr 4, 2013 at 3:34 PM, Cora Newbold <email@example.com> wrote:
I didn't see this message until, well, right now.