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Sunday
Feb032013

Town of Londonderry vs Private Property Owner

Dear Concerned Citizen,
 
The Town of Londonderry used Fraud Upon the Court to gain possession of a piece of property and built a fire station on it using Federal money.  Here is the timeline of events:
  1. 1995 – 2001. The Tax Collector would not tender tax money from the years of 1995 through 2001, which amounts to more than $27,000 in bank checks. This is in complete violation of NH RSA 80:71.

    Question: Since when does a Tax Collector refuse tax money from a tax payer?

  2. May of 1999. The same Tax Collector, Joan Savina, tax deeded the property to the Town in complete violation of NH R.S.A. 80:76. Look at paragraphs IIa & III. This was done in complete defiance of the Board of Selectmen. All property deeds need an informed grantee. This never happened in May of 1999.

  3. July 1, 2002. The Town of Londonderry won a restraining order against me, claiming I was a trespasser on their property.

  4. August 1, 2002. The Town sent me a Notice to Quit.

  5. August 19, 2002. The Town of Londonderry’s Lawyer, Barton Mayer, changed his mind about who really owned the property. In his answer to the same Court he told in July that the Town did own the property to obtain a restraining order, he backtracked and stated in his letter that the Town did not actually have ownership of the property. The Town also violated NH 80:91.

  6. August 19, 2002. The same day, the Town hired a junk dealer (S&S Metals) who showed up with an army of Londonderry Policemen that held me at bay and spent a number of days stealing my equipment: trucks, bulldozers, cranes, backhoes, cars, welding machines, and thousands of dollars in hand tools.

  7. New Hampshire Law states unambiguously in RSA 80:91 that the Town has a three-year window from the date of the Tax deed to be in compliance with RSA 80:91.

    Do the math: The three-year window was over in May of 2002. That is assuming the Town of Londonderry had a legal deed in the first place.

  8. September 5, 2002. After having me arrested for Criminal Trespass on my own property, the Town (through their lawyer, Barton Mayer) offered me a bribe if I would sign over a Quit Claim deed to the Town of Londonderry, he would drop the Criminal Trespass charges. As a result of not signing a Quit Claim deed, I was put in jail for 17 days without bail.

  9. December 2002. The Town of Londonderry’s lawyer (knowing full well that the Town didn't own the property) gave the case to the Londonderry Prosecutor, Kevin Coyle, who signed an affidavit swearing that the Town owned the property.

  10. January 31, 2003. This case somehow made its way to Rockingham County Superior Court as a structuring conference with a Docket number of 02-C-1074 (Town of Londonderry VS. Robert Saulnier).

  11. February 24, 2003. Barton Mayer, the first lawyer for the Town of Londonderry, filed a motion for entry of judgment that was granted by the Court. As a result, I was found in default by the Court.

  12. April 18, 2003. Back in the Derry Municipal Court, the judge signed a notice of judgment against me for not paying $5,889.14 in back rent.

  13. April 24, 2003. I filed an appeal in the Derry District Court, pursuant to NH RSA 540:20.

  14. May 9, 2003. I was evicted from property, in complete violation of NH 540:20, which says I had 30 days to complete the appeal.
Pursuant to article 358-A:10 regarding Private Actions, the Town could be liable for up to $3,000 per day that my family and I have been wrongly removed from our home. 
 
I have all of the paperwork to prove my case.
 
The Town of Londonderry, New Hampshire is running a criminal operation. More importantly, the Town has committed Fraud Upon the Court, which has no statute of limitations.
 
One might ask why the Town would go through all of this fraud. The answer is a Federal grant of $1.6 million to build a fire station on this property (the current North West Fire Station at 22 Grenier Field Road in Londonderry.
 
Follow the money and you come up with the answer.


Sincerely,
Robert O. Saulnier
22 Highland Green
Merrimack, NH 03054