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9 in breach of the guarantee agreement the defendant

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9. In breach of the guarantee agreement. the defendant has failed and refused to pay the  plaintiff the loan monies. 10. Accordingly, the plaintiff has suffered loss and damage. AND THE PLAINTIFF CLAIMS:
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A. The sum of $200,000 B. Interest C. Such further or other order as the court deems appropriate. DATED: 9 September 2008 Sly & Sharp Solicitors for the plaintiff INSTRUCTIONS Your name is Byron Black, the defendant in the above proceedings.  The borrower under the  loan agreement, Barry Blue, is your ne’er-do-well ex-brother-in-law who has since entering  the loan agreement disappeared overseas; leaving your sister pregnant and with no money in  the bank. You have only ever met with the plaintiff on one occasion (1 January 1998; the date of the  alleged agreement).  On this occasion, you were called to meet the plaintiff in a shed at the  wharves in Port Melbourne.  The exchange with the plaintiff went something like this:  Plaintiff: ‘I need you to guarantee the loan I have just advanced to your idiot brother-in- law.’ Defendant: ‘No way, mate.’ Plaintiff: ‘Well you’ve got to.’ Defendant: ‘No I don’t.’ Plaintiff: ‘I don’t want things to get ugly.   You just need to sign here.’ (holding the 
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