Mr. Anthony Jackson reports
On May 8, 2019, counsel acting on the instructions of purported Montego Resources Inc. board members Cegielski, Greig and Malhotra made application for an injunction in the Supreme
Court of British Columbia requiring Bank of Montreal to release in excess of $1-million of company funds
to the Cegielski group's control. Counsel for Anthony Jackson, a director of the company, opposed the
application on the basis that the Cegielski group members were not directors of the company, despite having filed
records indicating such. Counsel for the Cegielski group asked the court to recognize its clients as the proper
directors of the company, despite not having made an application seeking this relief. The court did not
grant this relief or the requested injunction. It was left with counsel for the Cegielski group to make such
an application. Subsequent to the hearing, counsel for Mr. Jackson invited the Cegielski group counsel to make
that application on an expedited time frame, but the members did not respond and it has since been disclosed on Stockwatch that Mr. Cegielski has filed a lawsuit against the company for an advance that was made on
his behalf for the Ceglieski group's legal fees and for management fees he is claiming. Although that claim has
not been served, it is apparent that the Cegielski group has abandoned its claims to be directors of the
company and, as such, Mr. Jackson will take steps to convene the annual general meeting and bring the
company into good standing with the Canadian Securities Exchange.
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