He however called on other corporate organisations to emulate Friesland Campina WAMCO and the Peak brand by partnering with government, at all levels in the area of sports development in the country.
In his remarks, the Managing Director, FrieslandCampina WAMCO, Mr.
WAMCO signaled a departure from the customary practice of requiring a records custodian from the prior company to satisfy the business records requirements of the hearsay rule.
The Calloway court began the process of explaining this apparent contradiction by again referring back to WAMCO.
The Calloway court described how the witness in WAMCO testified as to "loan payment histories" in order to prove amounts due on promissory notes.
On the issue of whether the predicate for the business records exceptions was properly laid, the Calloway court pointed out the WAMCO court held the business records of the prior company were properly admitted because the records themselves did not show "lack of trust worthiness" under F.
Comparing WAMCO with Glarum and Calloway, it becomes clear that the key to admission of business records is the reliability (or in the words of the Florida Evidence Code, trustworthiness) of the business records; not a talismanic recitation of the statutory factors to the business records exception.
Citing WAMCO, we determined the witness's testimony was sufficient to establish the record's trustworthiness.
Specifically, the Channell court follows the doctrine by stating that a subsequent lender may lay the foundation by independently establishing the accuracy of the records per WAMCO or reviewing the records for accuracy prior to integrating the prior records into the lender's own records per Calloway, but must still meet the foundational requirements of the statute: