FOI answer from supreme court - NO Law of LAND mentioned! :)

FOI answer from supreme court - NO Law of LAND mentioned! :)

Postby strawmansarah » Wed May 12, 2010 4:03 pm

17 April 2010

Dear Supreme Court of the United Kingdom,

Please provide information that will enable a wo/man on the Land to
gain protection from the appropriate Law of the LAND rather than
corporate Maritime law, which currently operates in Courts in

Thank you,

Yours faithfully,

Achow, Ann
Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

12 May 2010

Thank you for your request of 17 April 2010.

I am unable to provide the information you have requested. The Supreme
Court of the United Kingdom does not make comment on matters other than
on those cases which come before it in its role as the final court of
appeal for civil cases in the United Kingdom and for criminal cases
in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. In the unlikely event that the
information you require is contained in the records of the Court those
records are exempt from release under section 32 of the Freedom of
Information Act. The remaining information held by the Supreme Court
relates to its administrative functions and the information which you
request is not contained within our administrative records.

The Court releases its judgments to the public and these are available
as part of our Publication Scheme and are accessible on the website at The Court does not provide legal explanations
other than those contained in its judgments nor does the Freedom of
Information Act require a public authority to gather information which
it does not hold in order to respond to FOI requests.

I am not sure which public authority may be able to help you with your
request although you may wish to contact the Ministry of Justice at
[email address] In addition, you may wish to consult a
solicitor or the Citizens Advice Bureau if you need detailed legal
advice. Or you may wish to access many of the legal textbooks available
through your local lending library although I am unable to recommend any
particular book.

As part of our obligations under the FOIA, we have an independent review
process. If you are dissatisfied with this decision, you may write to
request an internal review. The internal review will be carried out by
someone who did not make the original decision, and they will re-assess
how your request was handled.

If you wish to request an internal review, please write or send an email
to the Director of Corporate Services within two months of the date of
this reply, at the following address:

Director of Corporate Services
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Parliament Square
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