A man by the name of Giles Hope has the Gibsons marina behind fencing and around the clock security protection. Apparently, a now absent Smitty lost the marina in a Reno casino bet, Hope, ... See full summary »

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Bruno Gerussi ...
Robert Clothier ...
Jackson Davies ...
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Pat John ...
Charlene Aleck ...
Sara Jim (credit only)
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Graham Blake (credit only)
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Cory Douglas ...
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Marianne Jones ...
Beau Heaton ...
Joe Austin ...
Terry David Mulligan ...
Kevin Conway ...
Bill Murdoch ...
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A man by the name of Giles Hope has the Gibsons marina behind fencing and around the clock security protection. Apparently, a now absent Smitty lost the marina in a Reno casino bet, Hope, on behalf of the casino, who is the new owner and thus landlord. He will only provide access to the marina and the boats moored there to those people who were not in arrears to Smitty. The problem is that Smitty's records are spotty. As the police, John is allowed access. Nick, Jesse, Pat and Jack are among those not permitted access. And Relic is still in his shack, meaning that he is behind the fencing, and conversely cannot get out without giving up his right to return. Further, Hope plans on selling the boats belonging to those in arrears to recoup those outstanding debts. The problem for Nick is that his payment in full records are on his boat. As such, he plans on stealing his boat. He has many problems in carrying out this plan. First, John cannot find out as it would place him between a rock ... Written by Huggo

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27 September 1989 (Canada)  »

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The new owner of the marina does not have the carte-blanche to immediately take possession of boats with outstanding docking fees and sell them in an auction following week to recover the money. The first step is to give written notice and then apply a lien and such a legal process gives the debtors at least 30 days to comply. See more »

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