September 23,2OO9 Bergeron vs. Bergeron
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Your Honor. Nothing further, . THE COURT: I Let me ask you a question. have a house in know y'all Napoleonville. THE TilI TNE S S MR . BERGERON : Yes, sir. THE COURT: Would you hawe any obj ection using that house for your
visitation? THE hIITNESS MR. BERGERON: No.
I mean/ I understand there are no but coul-d you fights or nothing, get that back up in operation? THtr WI TNIT S S MR . BERGERON :
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Your Honor, you lcnow that in the house? no furniture
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THE COURT: That's why I asked him if he would be wil1j-ng to get it back in operation? When I say t'operat-ion, " I mean habitable condition MS. LIRETTE: f coufdn' t hear you. f'm sorry. THE COURT: Dj-d you understand my question? z3'd fitDrcrAT, DISTRICT COURT Judqe Thomas J. KJ.iebert,, Jr.