Resolution for lot dispute

i am a designer who is still making a name for herself. i have a client who purchased a 338sqm lot inside a subdivision. he asked for a consent from the sales agent if he could subdivide the lot and the agent said yes and referred to him the geodetic engineer of the subdivision itself. the transaction was completed and the subdivided lots are ready for titling. however, the sales agent was suddenly got fired for a previous transactions like this without the knowledge of my client who was out of town when it happened. when we tried to process the construction of his house on the smaller lot, the new management declined his request for a copy of the approved subdivision plan of his lot. which is a prerequisite in getting a title of the 2 smaller lots. the argument of the developer is that it was in the by laws that purchased lots cannot be subdivide. i know my client is at fault for not reading the by laws and trusting the sales agent and the geodetic engineer. we are going to meet with the management on Monday December 16, 2013. i would like to ask help in praying that the management will make an exemption in allowing the subdivision of his lot due to the fact that it was their sales agent who gave him the consent and their in house geodetic engineer. this is a very important project of mine because my family depends on me and i am running against time and interest of debts that i made because it was necessary. please include me in your prayers...

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