Notice of Intent- council tax summons

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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby treeman » Sat Nov 12, 2011 11:23 am

knightron wrote:Have you had any replies yet Treeman?


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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby knightron » Sat Nov 12, 2011 12:32 pm

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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby sponge73 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 11:40 pm

Hi im in court on the 18 th is it too late to send this ?
also do i send a copy to the council and do i have to have a soliciter to sign it
sorry for being such a doofus
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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby littletunealright » Mon Nov 14, 2011 12:54 pm

is a summons (appearance)not a request?
the judge may own his reality but he dosent own yours.
life is but a dream, so use your powers well,
try summoning him for a change :hug:

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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby sponge73 » Sat Nov 19, 2011 1:14 am

I used the form on got my case ajourned for the council to get there proof of my liability , the judges all looked at me and one of them smiled , its 1-0 to me so far see what the council comes back with .... awesome
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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby squark » Fri Apr 27, 2012 8:52 am

I'm currently a one document wonder (an affidavit) so I've been looking at writing a notice of intent/ claim of right type thing. This bit made me laugh......
AND I MAKE this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true and by the virtue of the provisions of the Statutory Declarations Act 1835
Declared by the human known as [First Name]: of the [Last Name]
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Having denied the applicability of all those statutes, whoever wrote it, then validates their own work with with a reference to an act of parliament. Its not true because its in accordance with an act. Its True because its True, and you know its true because its YOUR TRUTH.

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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby pooky2483 » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:19 pm

2013 and still nothing!!!!

Also, at the bottom, its got space for it to be SIGNED & PRINTED NAME, I thought FMOTL protocol was to NOT sign & print?
I recently sent my council a letter contesting the bedroom TAX and didnt sign it, they sent it back for me to sign it. I signed it and returned it under protest.

I have a question regarding this but I wont ask it here as I dont want to be accused of hijacking someones thread, so I'll start a new one.

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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby nimblereaper » Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:03 pm

Please correct me if i'm wrong, but don't you enter into a LEGAL contract with the council every time you make them a payment? You have already interacted with them and basically stated you agree to do business with them.

Am I wrong? But as I see it since I have always paid my council tax (when i knew none of this) then surely I am already contracted with them to pay it for the current tax year until the renewal is required?
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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby cassandra » Tue Nov 01, 2016 6:33 pm

Go to lawfulrebellion.info for everything you need to know about council tax.

Contracts come in three flavours: Written, verbal and implied. By paying an instalment on a bill you acknowledge your obligation and that performance implies a contractual obligation. Bailiffs often ask for just a quid or two - to show good faith. Give it and he has established an implied contract with you and then has rights enforceable by a court because, by giving, you acknowledged his right to demand. The action implies a contractual obligation.
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Re: Notice of Intent- council tax summons

Postby nimblereaper » Tue Nov 01, 2016 7:34 pm

cassandra wrote:Go to lawfulrebellion.info for everything you need to know about council tax.

Contracts come in three flavours: Written, verbal and implied. By paying an instalment on a bill you acknowledge your obligation and that performance implies a contractual obligation. Bailiffs often ask for just a quid or two - to show good faith. Give it and he has established an implied contract with you and then has rights enforceable by a court because, by giving, you acknowledged his right to demand. The action implies a contractual obligation.
You don't have to vote to get taken in by your local MP. You live in his constituency and he is your representative.
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Makes sense, so at the end of each tax year you get a new bill for some reason that resets your contract? (is there something by their own statutes that makes them have to send a new bill each year and get a new contract?)
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