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Re: De-Registered Car

PostPosted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 6:01 pm
by consumerpada
huntingross wrote:Hi Sophia

I've edited the post to remove the link whilst I put my counterclaim together....just in case it is being sniffed by unsavoury types.


Very wise h:r sometimes I think we ought to 'while sharing all we can' wise up to the FACT that this site can be such a helping hand to the 'opposition' especially personal cases.
A little delay in what you publish here. no problem.
:yes:

Re: De-Registered Car

PostPosted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 6:09 pm
by huntingross
Thanks CP

Re: De-Registered Car

PostPosted: Wed Sep 16, 2009 8:55 am
by Freeman-B
huntingross wrote:A friend of many years emailed today after a couple of weeks, just to catch up.

After the chit chat....she says....so how are you.....good I say....got pulled out the car, cuffed, etc etc yadee ya....just telling the potted story....no mock indignation....

She replied....what do you expect when you break the law and change your plates like that.

After a considered amount of time I wrote.....unexpected response.

After an even longer considered period of time she wrote back....you cant break the law and then act surprised/complain when this happens.

End of conversation.....goes to show how you never really know someone.)


Indeed, Mark - I went to see a French friend yesterday to check that I'd got the content of my "summons" right and to get her to witness my autugraph. When she read the bit about my having no contract with the bailiff, she started spouting off about bailiffs not NEEDING a contract, etc, etc. I tried to explain that, France being a civil law jurisdiction EVERYTHING is about contract and that you cannot be forced to enter a contract against your will etc and she simply WOULD not get it. The French, in particular, although quite rebellious, have an ingrained fear of everyone in authority or apparent positions thereof, and simply cave in rather than thinking for themselves. I gave up trying in the end!

You can take a horse to water, etc.....

:peace: :love:
B

Re: De-Registered Car

PostPosted: Wed Sep 16, 2009 10:01 am
by consumerpada
Freeman-B wrote: The French, in particular, although quite rebellious, have an ingrained fear of everyone in authority or apparent positions thereof, and simply cave in rather than thinking for themselves.


Definite, I have some french family and this subject seems to be worse than blasphemy to them, I think maybe it the idea of going against the establishment, you're right though, there are a lot of peeps on the turn over there - but the knowledge of law is even lower than it is briton - coupled with their systems of paper work are very very very layered (post la revolution, some1 wanted to make sure it would never happen again?) :thinks: :thinks: :thinks:

Re: De-Registered Car

PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 6:03 pm
by huntingross
Just for future readers, the link on page 8 "Detained Charged and Arrested" is back up.

Re: De-Registered Car

PostPosted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:22 pm
by kenb
That letter is PURE POETRY! Well done mate, will defo be using that 1 in the near future, after I have sorted all the financial ones out. Absolute class letter, no way they could argue with that. :clap: :shake:

Ken :grin:

Re: De-Registered Car

PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2010 8:03 pm
by huntingross
Time for the DVLA to settle their account.....

DVLA
Casework and Specialist Advice,
Policy and External Communications Directorate,
Longview Road


Royal Mail Tracking : DV XXXX GB
Your Ref :
Date : 25th January 2010



Dear Dave of the Warren family


NOTICE of DISHONOUR and OPPORTUNITY to CURE

Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal and Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent
Time sensitive document, estoppels conditions will apply upon default.

Following your company's dishonour of the following

NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT dated 5th August 2009 and
NOTICE OF FAULT AND OPPORTUNITY TO CURE dated 28th August 2009 and
NOTICE OF LIABILITY AND NOTICE OF PRIVATE ‘MARK’ dated 19th September 2009

And due to your non response you have not demonstrated the Agencies policies are superior to UK and International Treaties.

Accordingly my claim for copyright trademark infringement stands and I hereby serve you with Notice of Dishonour and Opportunity to Cure.


For infringement of Copyright £3,000,000.00 Terms – Due.
For ‘back tax’ over the duration of the illegal war £1,400.00 Terms – Due.

Late payment penalty

For infringement of Copyright £9,000,000.00 Terms – Due.
For ‘back tax’ over the duration of the illegal war £4,200.00 Terms – Due.


Total £12,005,400.00

Terms SEVEN (7) days from receipt of this notice.




Without malice, mischief, ill will, vexation or frivolity, in sincerity and honour,


Autograph: Mark: Jennings™ of © MARK JENNINGS.

All Rights Reserved - Without Recourse - Non-Assumpsit Seal
Errors & Omissions Excepted