Zara Kadhim and Court Runner Inc

Published on December 18, 2023

Timeline of events between Court Runner Inc and Zara Kadhim.



August 12, 2023: Zara requested service of a Petition for Divorce at 555 Rexdale Blvd, Mississauga, ON. See evidence in our email correspondence

Her email provided no instructions on on the following:

  • How to serve the document,
  • Who to serve,
  • The timeline for service,
  • Instructions regarding affidavits
  • Instructions regarding emailing and mailing affidavits.

She only stated: “I need the attached Petition to be served on someone living at 555 Rexdale Blvd, Mississauga, ON, with the attached document. Thanks. “See evidence in our email correspondence.


August 13, 2023: I replied, “I will send an invoice for the same.” She instructed us to hold off on serving the document until you received approval. See evidence in our email correspondence

August 15, 2023: She emailed, giving us the go-ahead to serve the document. See evidence in our email correspondence

August 18, 2023: We sent Zara an invoice for the service. Our policy requires upfront payment due to past issues with clients.

August 21, 2023: Zara emailed inquiring if the document had been served. I asked if the invoice was paid. Zara responded that they typically don’t pay before service and decided to go with another process server. I informed her that I would void the invoice. See evidence in our email correspondence

September 2023: Her office contacted us about the service. We explained that the invoice was voided. However, we were instructed to resend the invoice.

September 29, 2023: We sent the invoice.

October 4, 2023: We received a $180 payment from Daniel Chornopyski Law Corporation by Interac transfer. See evidence of payment

October 5, 2023: We attempted service but faced challenges due to insufficient instructions from Zara regarding how and where to find the respondent. The address we retrieved from the document she sent us is: 555 Rexdale Blvd Mississauga, ON M9W 5L21. This address led to the following entities:

  • Woodbine Racetrack
  • Grandstand Casino
  • Trackside Clubhouse

Huge corporations occupying over 87,000 sq. ft.

After canvassing the address looking for the respondent, we eventually left the document with the receptionist of Woodbine Racetrack who informed us that she was not personally acquainted with the respondent. She also tried to search for the respondent’s name in the system but couldn’t find his name. Nevertheless, she kindly offered to accept the envelope and pass it to the respondent if he works there.

October 10, 2023: I updated Zara on the service attempt. She stated this was not effective service, even though no specific instructions had been provided initially for the appropriate method of service: personal or alternative to personal service (you can verify this from our email correspondence.) < see attachment >

I  emailed offering to reattempt service with a proper address or phone number. Zara responded by saying, “he works and lives there and sent me his phone number.”

We issued a second bill for $80 for another attempt but received no payment.

October 24, 2023: She emailed inquiring about the service. We asked about the second invoice payment, which she said was never received.

October 26, 2023: After three attempts and coordination with the respondent, we successfully served the document. The respondent initially refused it, but we effected service upon him personally outside one of the gates (there is a security camera there.)

I updated Zara, and she offered to draft the affidavit.

October 27, 2023: Zara sent a drafted affidavit, which I completed and commissioned the same day.

November 10, 2023: Zara requested updates, but I couldn’t respond due to illness.

November 30, 2023: Zara followed up again. I apologized for the delay and sent a scanned copy of the affidavit of service (see evidence). Same day, I mailed the original to Zara Kadhim, 250 McDermot Ave #412, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0S5.

December 17, 2023: Zara emailed inquiring about the mailed affidavit.  We clarified the mailing address we sent it to and offered to recommission and resend it again by registered post to ensure safe delivery..

Zara emailed back saying and I quote, “you don’t need it to be sent by registered mail (that she just need it to arrive.)”

Subsequent emails we received on December 17, 2023, from Zara accused of the following:

  • Not completing the job
  • Falsely stating that your firm paid us on August 16, 2023
  • Ignoring your requests, and disrespected your firm
  • Alleging that we forgot about the request. Meaning you forgot that your Absence from office: December 8-11, 2023, December 1-11, 2023, August 29, 2023, to September 12, 2023 and cancelling the initial request on August 21 2023 may have contributed to the delay.

December 18, 2023: Zara left a one star review for Court Runner Inc. See evidence



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