Widow, daughter of crab fisherman sue judge, lawyer for alleged negligence and misrepresentation

A woman and her daughter on the Acadian Peninsula are suing a judge and a lawyer for $13 million for alleged negligence and misrepresentation in handling a family dispute involving the estate of her late husband, a crab fisherman. Rita and Corinne Noël of Lamèque recently filed the lawsuit against New Brunswick Court of Appeal Justice Charles A. LeBlond and Jocelyne Moreau-Bérubé with the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench in Bathurst. But their legal battle dates back to 2013, when Raymond Noël died.  At the heart of the conflict is his fishing licence and boat, the Régine Diane, according to the court documents. >click to read< 18:30

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