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The Case With No Defendant

The twilight world of the statutory court.

Sheriff Kinloch presides over a case with no defendant.

After speaking to a man before him, he then issues a warrent for his arrest, the reason, for his non-appearance.

The only thing that’s missing is a branding iron for the legal fiction.

Click this link for the story:      THE CASE WITH NO DEFENDANT

 

UK Column – CLC News Update

News update 5th April 2019.

 

 

 

CLC Update

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NO CASE TO ANSWER

The statutory system just convened an administrative hearing to attack the Common Law Court.

Note the following:
This hearing took four days
It wasted taxpayers money
No defendant was identified
No authority or jurisdiction was established
The witnesses for the prosecution were not allowed to answer questions when asked by the defence
Confirmation established of the Common Law Court
Confirmation established of the living man
Confirmation established of the ownership for the legal fiction

THE CHARGE AGAINST THE LIVING MAN WAS DROPPED
NO CASE TO ANSWER

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Re-Possession Stopped (19.02.19)

Welcome to world of property theft, the statutory courts (administrative hearings) and the mortgage industry.

On Tuesday 19th February 2019 the bailiffs failed to turn up to a property in Milton Keynes, despite serving paperwork confirming the date and time for the eviction.

Paperwork had been served to the interested parties confirming that they did not have a court order signed by a judge, the mortgage company had also created and used fraudulent paperwork (N49) to instruct the bailiffs to evict and that the bailiffs had also created a fraudulent document (EX96), which they then tried to use to evict the homeowners.

In addition to the above, the homeowners, a living man and woman, have confirmed their standing under common law by recording their births with the Common Law Court, they have obtained the ownership of the legal fictions attached to them and that their property has been transferred to the jurisdiction of the Common Law Court.

On the day of eviction a locksmith appeared but left after receiving a phone call, ten minuets before the planned eviction, he left. No bailiffs attended and the homeowner remained in his house.

On a final point the Common Law Court would also like to thank the individual men and women, who turned up on the day to assist and witness proceedings. By standing together, we can assert our birth rights and hold every individual accountable for committing crimes against the people.

Re-possession Stopped (29.01.19)

Welcome to world of property theft, the statutory courts (administrative hearings) and the mortgage industry.

On Tuesday 29th January 2019, bailiffs turned up to a property in Portsmouth stating that they had obtained a possession order and that they were going to evict the owner. This, despite the fact that they did not have a court order signed by a judge, the mortgage company (Mortgages 1) had also created and used fraudulent paperwork (N49) to instruct the bailiffs to evict and that the bailiffs had also created a fraudulent document (EX96), which they then tried to use to evict the homeowner.

In addition to the above, the homeowner, a living man, has confirmed his standing under common law by recording his birth with the Common Law Court, he has obtained the ownership of the legal fiction attached to him and that his property has been transferred to the jurisdiction of the Common Law Court.

In attendance on the day, there were three bailiffs, a couple of locksmiths, a dog handler and two police constables, who were there to assist with the enforcement of statutory legislation. These individuals were also joined later by a police sergeant and after approximately an hour and a half, they all left empty handed while the homeowner remained in his house.

On a final point the Common Law Court would also like to thank the individual men and women, who turned up on the day to assist and witness proceedings. By standing together, we can assert our birth rights and hold every individual accountable for committing crimes against the people.

Enforcement

On the 28th October 2018 a Common Law Court was convened at the Hindley Labour Club, 2 Romford Street, Wigan WN2 3RB, to deal with the fraudulent and unlawful theft of a property.

The following individuals were summoned to attend and were all found guilty at this court by a jury of their peers:

Richard Klemmer, CEO Engage Credit

Kirran Kayani, Employee Pepper UK

Isabel Clough, Solicitor, Aberdein Considine

Click here for a copy of the court order

Despite the issued court order, Richard Klemmer authorised the sale of the property concerned while ignoring the authority of the people and that of the Common Law Court.

In January 2019, as the above individuals had failed to comply with the CLC Court Order, the issue was passed on to CLC Enforcement to deal with. On the 19th January 2019, CLC Enforcement with the assistance of eight agents from thought England, recovered the property and returned it to it’s rightful owner. The locks which had been changed were removed and replaced and the shutters which had been put up were also removed.

As part of the action by CLC Enforcement, all relevant parties were notified about what had happened and the police were informed about the a crimes that had taken place (CUP-19-012290). Despite having prima facie evidence confirming these crimes the police (PC2013) refused to take it, this Constable refused to send someone out to deal with it, he refused to take a statement and then closed the case.

In the mean time, the mortgage company again with the assistance of the previous parties have returned to the statutory court, seeking to re-instate the previous order for possession which was illegal and unlawful.

HOW CORRUPT ARE THE STATUTORY COURTS?

WE AWAIT THEIR ANSWER.

 

For copies of documents relating to this matter see below.

Letter to bailiffs                    Temporary Deputy Chief Constable

 

 

 

Fraud & Theft

Interested Parties

District Judge Cook

Helen McMillan
Temporary Deputy Chief Constable

        Lord Burnett of Maldon                     Lord Chief Justice

Richard Klemmer

CEO Engage Credit

Isabel Clough

Solicitor Aberdein Considine

Kirran Kayani

Pepper UK

 

Mortgage Company Solicitors Asset Management Group Estate Agents

On Friday 5th October 2018, Pepper UK, trading as Engage Credit unlawfully repossessed a property which had been under the jurisdiction of the Common Law Court. The property referred to had been the subject of a statutory court hearing (administrative) with District Judge Cook who had been acting ultra vires, with bias, unlawfully and may be criminally.

Judge Cook did not have authority or jurisdiction to deal with this issue, he had not identified the defendant in the action, he ignored the lawfully issued documents from a superior court (Common Law Court), had refused to recuse himself when asked to do so and then issued an order for possession.

The mortgage company having fraudulently obtained an Order for Possession, then completed a N49 form and instructed the bailiffs to unlawfully take possession of the property. This N49 is not signed by a judge but by the mortgage company, it refers to land and not property and can only be used to evict a tenant not a homeowner.

The bailiffs in turn then created an EX96 which they then used to unlawfully evict the owner. This document is not signed by a judge, it does not allow them to evict a homeowner, it can only be used to evict someone from the land and not the property, they can only recover a limit of up to £5,000 and they CAN NOT USE ANY FORCE, EVEN REASONABLE to evict someone.

In doing so, the mortgage company and bailiffs have committed the following crimes, they have caused harm, loss and injury to a living man in addition to their fraudulent behaviour, regarding the existing contract. In addition to the common law crimes committed, the mortgage company and the bailiffs were also guilty of the following statutory offences:

1913 forgery act

Section 6-uttering

Section 11-aiding and abetting

criminal law act 1977 chapter 45.

OFFENCES RELATING TO ENTERING AND REMAINING ON PROPERTY

6 Violence for securing entry.

 

To view the documents served on the various parties click the pdf’s below:

CLC Enforcement RK                         CLC Enforcement IC                         CLC Enforcement KK

CLC Enforcement AMG                   CLC Enforcement Kings

 

For the CLC Enforcement in relation to this matter

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Who Is The Defendant?

Date: 27th November 2018
Case Ref. 44LN0184518           REGINA V DEAN RENSHAW
Court: Isle of Wight, Magistrates Court
CPS Prosecutor Ann Smout

In the above case, the Prosecutor for the CPS confirmed that the Defendant could be either a living man or a legal fiction and that having raised the action they were required to identify the Defendant, in this case they identified the living man as the Defendant.

This information was also confirmed by the Clerk of the Court and the Magistrates; the case was then adjourned to the 7th February 2019.

The failure to identify the Defendant would have confirmed that there was no case to answer.

Two Jurisdictions

In relation to an appeal hearing on the 31st August 2018 (LIV-B560-17), Appeal Sheriff McCulloch confirmed that we currently have two separate jurisdictions operating, the statutory system and that of the Common Law Court.

Appeal Sheriff McCulloch also blatantly lied after he was informed that he worked for the Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service, Sheriff McCulloch stated that he was not paid by them had nothing to do with them, this despite the fact that he is listed a director and shown in a photo on the website.

 

Taken from the Scottish Courts Website     https://www.scotcourts.gov.uk/about-the-scottish-court-service

The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service Board


Sheriff A Grant McCulloch
Sheriff McCulloch was a solicitor in private practice for 30 years. He was appointed a temporary Sheriff in 1992 and thereafter Sheriff in 2004, first in Dundee, and is currently senior Sheriff at Kirkcaldy. He is a graduate of Edinburgh University, in Law (1973) & Social Sciences (1974). He was a solicitor-advocate, from 1993.