I told you how Professor Metz found my repeated requests to mark my last assignment to be so threatening he actually went to court to try and get a restraining order against me. The scary part was when I told the University that unless they complied with my request, I would be forced to "proceed accordingly". Well, I have now carried out my threat, in the form of an Application with the Court of Queen's Bench, which I have linked to here so you can read it. If you ever have a situation where a professor refuses to mark an assignment after you've handed it in, you might want to use my application as a template. (Or you might want to wait and see if I win my case before first.)
You'll notice in the Application that I undertake to provide an Affidavit to support my claim. It turns out the Affidavit is where all the fun starts. I hardly knew how many emails I had sent over the course of a year, simply asking for this and a handful of other assignments to be marked and returned to me. In the end I got back four of the five items I had been asking for, but Professor Metz decided to be a hardass on the last item. We'll see how that works out for him. If you'd like to go through the whole sordid tale blow by blow, you can read it all in my Affidavit.