State of Illinois United States of America County of Du Page
In the 18th Judicial Circuit Court
Village of Lombard,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Gardenia C. Hung and Robert S. Hung, Trustees of the Trust Agreement Designated as the Roberto Hung Supplemental Care Trust, Jeffrey D. Papendick, a tax-purchaser, and non-record claimants and unknown users
Defendants
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Case No.:2007CH001284 Consolidated
Case No.:2006OV005982, LO25448NT;
Case No.:2006OV005983, LO25449NT;
Case No.:2006OV004446, LO12418NT; LO12419NT
NOTICE OF FILING
DEFENDANTS’ MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION TO DISMISS AND STRIKE THE VERIFIED COMPLAINT WITH A SECOND OBJECTION TO THE SAME PLAINTIFF’S VERIFIED COMPLAINT FOR DEMOLITION AND FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF

Attn. Judge Ken Popejoy, Chancery Division To:Circuit Court Clerk
18th Judicial Circuit Court Mr. Chris Kachiroubas
505 North County Farm Road 505 North County Farm Road
Wheaton, Illinois 60189-0707 USA Wheaton, IL 60187 USA
CC: Law Firm of Klein, Thorpe and Jenkins, Ltd.
Mr. Howard C. Jablecki, et al. Attn. Mr. Joseph E. Birkett
Attorneys for the Plaintiff Illinois State’s Attorney
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 1660, 503 North County Farm Road
Chicago, Illinois 60606-2903, USA Wheaton, Illinois 60187 USA
Tel. 312-984-6400; To Whom It May Concern

DEFENDANTS’ MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION TO DISMISS AND STRIKE THE VERIFIED COMPLAINT WITH A SECOND OBJECTION TO THE SAME PLAINTIFF’S VERIFIED COMPLAINT FOR DEMOLITION AND FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF

Now comes Gardenia C. Hung, as Defendant Pro Se, to reinstate all of the Defendants’ responses and supporting arguments in this Motion for Reconsideration to Dismiss and Strike the Verified Complaint with a Second Objection to the same Plaintiff’s Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief, on legal constitutional grounds upholding the Illinois homeowner’s right to repair Lombard real estate property pursuant to the Constitution of the United States of America, the State of Illinois Constitution, the Bill of Rights, Victims of Crime Act, Illinois Human Rights Act, Housing and Urban Development Act, Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act, 815 ILCS 505/1 et seq.; 815 ILCS 505/2 et seq., Unlawful Prohibited Practices; 815 ILCS 510/1 et seq., Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act; Federal Trade Commission Act, 15 USC §45 et seq.
Counsel Howard C. Jablecki’s response for the Plaintiff disregards U.S. constitutional issues in this legal action, since in the State of Illinois, Lombard homeowners have constitutional rights to repair Lombard Historical real estate property in the County of Du Page, United States of America. Mr. Jablecki is subject to perjury upon stating that, “In this case, Defendant Hung has not provided adequate grounds for this court to reconsider its denial of the motion to dismiss…” “Defendant Hung has alleged no newly discovered facts, no change in the law, and no error in this Court’s application of the law aside from its use of “fancy legal terms”. (Village of Lombard v. Gardenia C. Hung and Robert S. Hung, et al., Plaintiff’s Response to Defendant’s Motion for Reconsideration of Motion to Dismiss, Page 3).
For the record, Defendants petition to reinstate all legally filed evidence, as follow:
1. Defendants’ Response/Answer to Summons. Counterpoint: At Issue Legal Memorandum in Opposition to the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief to Support the Defendants’ Compulsory Counterclaims to Setoff/Offset the Verified Complaint from Plaintiff on legal grounds for “action in trover”, criminal conversion of property, consumer service fraud, breach of the Fair Housing Partnership Resolution Contract and Real Estate Liability for Lombard Old Houses.
2. Affidavit of Damages in Excess of $50,000.
3. Amended Defendants’ Response/Answer to Summons. Counterpoint: At Issue Legal Memorandum in Opposition to the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief to Support the Defendants’ Compulsory Counterclaims in the sum of $2,000,000, two million, to Setoff/Offset the Verified Complaint from Plaintiff on legal grounds for “action in trover”, criminal conversion of property, consumer service fraud, breach of the Fair Housing Partnership Resolution Contract and Real Estate Liability for Lombard Old Houses.
4. Abridged to 10 Pages, Defendants’ Response/Answer to Summons. Counterpoint: At Issue Legal Memorandum in Opposition to the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief.
5. Defendants’ Motion for Discovery, Exhibit A, to Petition Attorney’s Fees under §10(A)C of the Consumer Fraud Act for “action in trover”, in the sum of $32,497.41
6. Defendants’ Amended Petition, Exhibit B, in Motion to Accept All Legal Expenses in the sum of $33,725.41 for Reimbursement Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 137 and §10(A)C of the Consumer Fraud Act, 815 ILCS 505/1 et seq.
7. Defendants’ Combined §2-615 Motion to Dismiss and §2-619 Motion to Strike the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 137.
8. MOTION FOR DISCOVERY, EXHIBIT C, AS EVIDENCE FOR CONTRACTS A-1, B-1, AND C-1, AS PROOF OF PROPOSED PLANS FOR RESTORATION, REPAIR CONSTRUCTION, REMODELING, AND REHABILITATION IN ORDER TO BRING THE LOMBARD HISTORICAL BRICK BUNGALOW INTO COMPLIANCE WITH MUNICIPAL BUILDING CODE.
9. SUBPOENA REQUEST FOR PLAINTIFF TO PRODUCE ALL HOUSEHOLD KEYS
BELONGING TO DEFENDANTS, ET AL. AT 502 S. WESTMORE-MEYERS ROAD, LOMBARD, ILLINOIS 60148-3028, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
10. 1993-2007 DAMAGES AND LOSSES AT THE HUNG FAMILY REAL ESTATE AT
502 SOUTH WESTMORE-MEYERS ROAD, LOMBARD, DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 60148-3028
MEMO OVERVIEW REPORT BY GARDENIA C. HUNG, M.A., DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MR.
ROBERT HUNG, J.D.
11. DEFENDANTS’ MOTION FOR OBJECTION TO THE VERIFIED COMPLAINT FOR DEMOLITION
AND FOR INJUCTIVE RELIEF.
12. DEFENDANTS’ MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION TO DISMISS AND STRIKE THE VERIFIED
COMPLAINT WITH A SECOND OBJECTION TO THE SAME PLAINTIFF’S VERIFIED COMPLAINT
FOR DEMOLITION AND FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF.

Plaintiff’s response states improper opinions, contrary-to-fact statements, and fails to consider all of the newly discovered evidence presented and filed in conformity to proof before this court, along with all the supporting arguments reported by U.S. law enforcement agencies and the State of Illinois on behalf of the Defendants, included as a Second Objection to the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief.

Defendants hereby reinstate all the legal documentation and supporting arguments presented to date before this court, in this Motion for Reconsideration to Dismiss and Strike the Verified Complaint with a Second Objection to the same Plaintiff’s Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief. For the record, Defendants have submitted into evidence as Exhibit C, Contracts A-1, B-1, and C-1, underwritten by ZSC INSURANCE RESTORATION SERVICE, LLC., P.O. Box 56553, Chicago, Illinois 60656-0553, ZeesGroup.com, in conformity to proof of the proposed plans for Restoration, Renovation, Repair Construction, Remodeling, and Rehabilitation presented during November 2006 and January 2007, by Gardenia C. Hung, in order to comply with the Village of Lombard Municipal Building Code Violations caused by the Plaintiff in this legal ‘action in trover’ and ‘conversion’ of the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow owned by the Hung Family in Du Page County, Illinois, United States of America.
The Hung Family is seeking monetary compensation for Damages and Losses to include Contracts for Special Disaster Restoration Construction Repair Services in the sum of $281,830US contracted and underwritten by ZSC Insurance Restoration Services LLC for repair at the expense of the Village of Lombard Community and DuPage County.
Plaintiff’s Counsel Howard C. Jablecki presents false arguments based on improper opinions and hearsay, not well supported in fact to justify condemnation, demolition, and injunctive relief without affording to the Defendants the option to repair with due process and just payment in “cash” for compensation at a fair market value upon sale of the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow owned by the Hung Family, under the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the United States of America and the State of Illinois. Defendants as Lombard homeowners have the right to repair this Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow in Du Page County, Illinois, United States of America.
Counsel Howard C. Jablecki’s allegations for demolition and for injunctive relief do not state a public purpose or present specific plans for reuse of the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow by the Village of Lombard, et al. The Verified Complaint fails to prove that the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow is “Unfit for Human Habitation”, since the Hung Family has been Lombard resident homeowners since 1993 to date, in 2008, for the last 15 years now.
Consequently, Defendants have petitioned to redress grievances as victims of crime in the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois, based on constitutional grounds, as follow:
Section 11-31-1 of the Illinois Municipal Code (65 ILCS 5/11-31-1) pertaining to demolition by a municipality is unconstitutional because it does not allow the Defendants, as Lombard resident homeowners in Du Page County, Illinois, the right to repair the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, owned by the Hung Family. In City of Aurora v. Meyer, 38 Ill. 2d. 131 (1967), the Supreme Court construed the statute as meaning that, “if the specific defects that render a building dangerous and unsafe ‘may readily be remedied by repair’, demolition should not be ordered without giving the owners a reasonable opportunity to make the repairs.” Furthermore, in the previous Supreme Court Rule 23 (166 Ill. 2d R. 23) order (Village of Lake Villa v. Stokovich, No. 2-00-0943 (2001), the Illinois Supreme Court in the exercise of its supervisory authority directed the presiding judge to vacate the judgment in the Circuit Court of Lake County ordering demolition and to address the Defendants that Section 11-31-1 is unconstitutional. Defendants assert that ordering demolition without giving a homeowner a reasonable time to repair her/his property without considering the cost constitutes an unlawful infringement upon rights of real estate ownership and/or a due process violation;
Section 11-31-1 constitutes an invalid delegation of legislative power in the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois, in the United States of America;
Plaintiff and Counsel, Howard C. Jablecki et al. are abusing the Court’s discretion in “scienter” with guilty knowledge, as accomplices for direct cause of action for Damages and Losses to the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow, as noted on record, and by non-disclosure and/or exclusion of key evidence leading to the current damages, losses, and disrepair of the subject property;
This Court is abusing the Defendants, as Lombard resident homeowners, by admitting the Plaintiff’s speculation as improper opinions, not well grounded nor supported by facts of evidence for restoration and preservation of the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow, already on record to comply with provisions of the municipal building code;
Keith Steiskal’s finding on May 5, 2006 as stated, does not validate that the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow is dangerous and unsafe, requiring demolition under Section 11-31-1. Keith Steiskal’s “improper opinions and hearsay” under Section 11-31-1 is against the manifested weight of evidence and the Defendants’ proposed restoration plans which have sought alternative remedy and relief in the form of bringing the subject property into compliance;
This Court has erred in denying the Defendants’ Combined §2-615 Motion to Dismiss and §2-619 Motion to Strike the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief, based on the presiding judge’s “improper opinions and hearsay” about “improper language” and “fancy legal terms”, abuse of the legal process, malicious prosecution, “scienter”, negligence per se, consumer service fraud, and obstruction of justice;
The municipal ordinance violations alleged in Counts I, II, and II for Injunctive Relief do not apply to the subject property, nor are these allegations supported or warranted by existing laws under the Constitution of the United States of America, the State of Illinois Constitution, Bill of Rights, Victims of Crime Act, Human Rights Act, Housing and Urban Development Act, Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act, 815 ILCS 505/1 et seq., 815 ILCS 505/2 et seq., Unlawful Prohibited Practices; 815 ILCS 510/1 et seq., Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act; Federal Trade Commission Act, 15 USC §45 et seq., and
The Court’s order on Monday, November 29, 2007 by Judge Kenneth Popejoy, based on “improper use of language and fancy legal terms” is still so deficient as to require a Judicial Review for Reconsideration pursuant to legal, constitutional grounds under the Constitution of the United States, and the State of Illinois Bill of Rights.
Defendants hereby present a Second Objection to the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief in this petition to redress grievances as victims of crime. Please take notice that assertion by the Defendants of Lombard homeowners’ right to repair is protected under the fifth and fourteenth amendments to the U.S. Constitution and Sections 2 and 15 of the Bill of Rights of the Illinois Constitution (Ill. Const. 1979, art. I, §§2,15) which upon review supports the constitutionality of a statute de novo (Miller v. Rosenberg, 196 Ill. 2d 50, 57 (2001).
Wherefore, Defendants reinstate Combined §2-615 Motion to Dismiss and §2-619 Motion to Strike the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief, pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 137, as noted.
For the record, Plaintiff as the Village of Lombard et al. has “defrauded”
the real estate investment of the late Mr. Roberto Hung, and daughter, Gardenia C. Hung, et al. by direct cause of action in conversion of the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow into a distressed real estate property as an “access to crime” in the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois, through conspiracy, heinous/hate crimes, damages, losses, disrepair, and personal injury, to include the murder of the late Mr. Roberto Hung. Consequently, Plaintiff owes the Defendants the obligation, the duty, and service to repair the subject property, damaged by Negligence Per Se and breach of duty, on legal grounds for “action in trover”, criminal “conversion” of real property owned by Gardenia C. Hung, to include consumer service fraud.
For the record, as noted on the Defendants’ pleadings filed in this court, the Village of Lombard and DuPage County, have contributed directly and indirectly to the extensive structural damages and losses to the Hung Family real estate property at 502 S. Westmore Avenue and Washington Boulevard in Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois, U.S.A.
Plaintiff’s allegations are not well supported in fact to justify condemnation, demolition, and injunctive relief without stating a public purpose or presenting specific plans for the reuse of the property. Thus, the Verified Complaint is incomplete, inconclusive, and invalid. The subject property owned by the Hung Family is not a dangerous, unsafe building nor a health hazard or safety risk to the community.
In conclusion, Defendants have reinstated and re-submitted a Second Amended Response to the Verified Complaint in this Motion for Reconsideration to Dismiss the Verified Complaint with a Second Objection to Demolition and Injunctive Relief, thus presenting valid constitutional arguments for historical preservation and restoration, remodeling, and repair construction of the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow owned by the Hung Family, at the expense of the Plaintiff, also known as the Village of Lombard, et al., All Employees, accountable and liable for all damages, losses, and disrepair to the subject property as a direct cause of action, in access to crime by the Lombard Police Department.
WHEREBY, Defendants pray for remedy and relief to sustain this Motion as a Second Objection to the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief, based upon constitutional grounds, as noted, with the proposed plans for restoration and historical preservation of the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow owned by the Hung Family, at the cost and expense of the Plaintiff.
WHEREFORE, Defendants also pray to sustain Combined §2-615 Motion to Dismiss and §2-619 Motion to Strike the Verified Complaint for Demolition and for Injunctive Relief pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 137, upon judicial review for reconsideration with justice, equity, and fairness, under God. Defendants petition for additional relief and financial remedy in affording the Defendants the right to repair Illinois real estate property, as follow for:
(1) GENERAL DAMAGES AND LOSSES IN THE SUM OF $123,200, AS NOTED IN CONTRACT C, IN CONFORMITY TO PROOF;
(2) OTHER SPECIAL DISASTER CONSTRUCTION REPAIR DAMAGES AND LOSSES IN THE SUM OF $92,480, AS EVIDENCED IN CONTRACT B, IN COMFORMITY TO PROOF.
(3) AND DEFENDANTS PRO SE ALSO PRAY FOR THE COMPENSATION OF SUCH OTHER AND ADDITIONAL DISASTER RESTORATION CONSTRUCTION DAMAGES AND LOSSES IN THE SUM OF $66,150, ITEMIZED IN CONTRACT A, IN CONFORMITY TO PROOF, AND FOR FURTHER REMEDY AND RELIEF AS THE COURT DEEMS JUST, FAIR, EQUITABLE, AND PROPER IN THIS CAUSE OF ACTION FOR DISASTER RESTORATION CONSTRUCTION CAUSED DIRECTLY BY PLAINTIFF, THE CITY OF LOMBARD ET AL., IN THE TOTAL SUM OF $281,830.
Furthermore, Defendants also pray for any other remedy and relief provided by this court with due process and just payment in “cash” for compensation at a fair market value upon sale of the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow owned by the Hung Family; as this Court deems just, fair, and equitable due to family tragedy, hardship, and poverty as victims of crime, under the Constitution of the United States of America and the State of Illinois Constitution, Bill of Rights, with justice, under God.

Respectfully submitted by,

Gardenia C. Hung, M.A., PRO SE
502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road
Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028
United States of America

VERIFICATION

Under penalties as provided by law pursuant to Section 1-109 of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure, the undersigned certifies that the statements set forth in this instrument are true and correct, to the best of my ability, so help me God.

Dated on January 25, 2008,
Signed by:

_________________________ Gardenia C. Hung, M.A.
In the County of Du Page, State of Illinois, United States of America

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