In a follow-up to this report
filed by Steven Wyble in the Nisqually Valley News (NVN) published Aug. 29, 2013:
“Virginia Coverdale, the former Ramtha School of Enlightenment student who last month was ordered to pay JZ Knights company $600,000 after a court ruling against her, claims Knight is trying to buy her mortgage in order to foreclose on her.
Lawyers for JZK, Inc. say they are simply trying to find out what kind of equity Coverdale has in the house as part of collecting the judgment.
Coverdale said lawyers for JZK, Inc. have contacted her mortgage company, and that the company has refused to discuss anything with them unless Coverdale signs a release.
JZK, Inc.s lawyers are taking Coverdale to court to compel her to authorize the company to give information to the lawyers. A hearing is set for 9 a.m. Friday in Thurston County Superior Court.”
On Friday, August 30,
In a Public Hearing, Thurston County Superior Court Judge Gary Tabor ordered defendant Virginia Coverdale to sign the release to allow plaintiff JZK, Inc. to discover the value, if any, of Coverdale’s property, to satisfy the Court’s order in resolving the $600,000+ judgement against her.
Coverdale’s attorney Breckan Scott, Yelm, stated Coverdale would refuse to comply.
Judge Tabor responded by ordering the release of Coverdale’s information directly from the loan servicers to the plaintiff.
Judge Tabor also reprimanded Yelm attorney Breckan Scott for her demeanor with the Court. Scott brought forth issues that had nothing to do with this case according to Tabor, was argumentative in her demeanor, and had to tell her to tone it down and proceed professionally.
Of particular note was that her client, Coverdale left the Courtroom during the Hearing.
Blog writer Steve Klein is in his 28th year as a student of Ramtha’s, has been employed by JZ Knight for 10 years and resided in Yelm since 1988.
– Update: September 5, 2013
“Judge: JZK, Inc. Entitled to Info on Ex-Students Property”
“Coverdale Says She Intends to Sue the Company Linked to the Ramtha School of Enlightenment”
By Steven Wyble in the Nisqually Valley News.