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J. Cosmo reminds Nelson of his 'Act of Faith' required before a relationship can proceed.

Dear Mr Kalu,

I have outlined my conditions for you to engage my services in previous correspondence. It is, I feel, a quite modest request, intended to show your client's good faith before I commit considerable monies to assisting her. I am sure that I will be required to bear out of pocket expenses before the transaction would be completed. I need a sign of good will.

Her reluctance to execute this sign of good will is, I suspect, an ominous portent to the prospect of a successful relationship. I may be wrong but it has been my experience in the past.

As executor of Mr Quixote's will I am obliged to wind up his affairs to the benefit of his heirs. I have no obligation to expose his heirs to a person or persons who may be considered to be lacking good faith.

I may have judged you wrongly but you have it in your power to rectify that situation.

Yours most sincerely,

J. Cosmo Newbery,
Newbery & Associates.

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