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Old 19-05-2011, 03:31 PM   #81
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I've dealt with these administrative hearings before.

They follow these guidelines...

http://www.justice.gov.uk/guidance/c...ivil/index.htm

The Remedy is in there. Follow those guidelines, it is not reaosnable to create burden on a debt that is payed. Late or not if by the time it goes to administration it's zeroed then it's not a cause of action. Nothing is owed but an amount which wouldn't be owed had they showed recognizance for their own records.
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Old 19-05-2011, 04:31 PM   #82
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Interesting. Is there any specific wording I could use in a letter? Will I have the opportunity to present documents at the court hearing, showing that they were unreasonable and wouldn't accept payment?
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Old 19-05-2011, 05:34 PM   #83
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Here is something I have added to my letter. Might just piss them off though:


Although it may have been an oversight, in the cited conversation with "council worker" he states "...that's why we send the summons' out". The implication being that the council send the summons out. It is my understanding that a court must issue the summons following the council's complaint; the council would be committing fraud and perjury otherwise. The signature from "Clerk to the Justices" is not wet ink, rather a pixelated digital layer or photocopy and there is no printed name. There is also no court or crown seal/logo on the document. It is my understanding that summonses must be authorised by a Justice of The Peace or Clerk to the Justices, who has personally considered the complaint.

With regard to the Council Tax (Administration and Enforcement) Regulations 1992, can you provide evidence that this summons was issued by a court and that the Clerk to the Justices written on the summons was physically present when the document was created and signed, and that they personally considered the complaint? I also request the name of the Clerk to the Justices in question.
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Old 19-05-2011, 06:11 PM   #84
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Here is something I have added to my letter. Might just piss them off though:


Although it may have been an oversight, in the cited conversation with "council worker" he states "...that's why we send the summons' out". The implication being that the council send the summons out. It is my understanding that a court must issue the summons following the council's complaint; the council would be committing fraud and perjury otherwise. The signature from "Clerk to the Justices" is not wet ink, rather a pixelated digital layer or photocopy and there is no printed name. There is also no court or crown seal/logo on the document. It is my understanding that summonses must be authorised by a Justice of The Peace or Clerk to the Justices, who has personally considered the complaint.

With regard to the Council Tax (Administration and Enforcement) Regulations 1992, can you provide evidence that this summons was issued by a court and that the Clerk to the Justices written on the summons was physically present when the document was created and signed, and that they personally considered the complaint? I also request the name of the Clerk to the Justices in question.
Yeah good luck with that one man.
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Old 19-05-2011, 07:12 PM   #85
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Yeah good luck with that one man.
Meh I could just claim I'm the Messiah and that the law doesn't apply to me because I created them.
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