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Wednesday 18th November, 2009

PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:49 am
by Veronica
Down in East Sussex, it suddenly dawned on me.

THE ANSWER TO EVERYTHING.

So I wrote it down, here

What we need to do is to come up with a summary, in very simple terms (maybe using ClipArt - they should be able to get to grips with pictures, even if they can't get to grips with words), that we can send to ALL Clerks of Courts. (I am working on a version to send to them)

Re: Wednesday 18th November, 2009

PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:35 am
by Veronica
Yes ... a letter to all Clerks of Courts ... something like this.

Send it to you local Court ...re-worded as necessary?

What can they do?

Ignore it is the only thing.

BUT WHEN THEY GET A FREEMAN IN COURT, AND THIS IS MENTIONED ... suddenly they won't be able to ignore it any more!

(Consider this to be 'an insurance policy'?)

Re: Wednesday 18th November, 2009

PostPosted: Sat Nov 21, 2009 12:24 pm
by Veronica
I don't see why one should identify oneself on any letter to a Clerk of the Court.

So I've adjusted the Sender accordingly, and also added a bit to "head off at the pass" any argument that, by providing the original service, the Claimant has 'already paid, and can make unilateral demands'. (You'll find all of this at the bottom of the letter)

A mass-mailing would be a good idea, I think.