Convened as a lawfully recognised Common Law Court on the 21st September 2019, the Common Law Court dealt with the issue of the unlawful mortgage industry and the harm, loss and injury caused to living men and women.
In relation to the Plaintiffs case, David Laity presented his Statement of Claim on behalf of the people, called on two witnesses and gave evidence confirming various crimes committed within the mortgage industry.
The Defendants having been served with a Court Summons, Court Information and a copy of the case against them (Statement of Claim), failed to appear. The Defendants failed to submit a written defense and failed to take up the opportunity of a Pre-Trial Conference, to resolve matters before the hearing.
After an extensive presentation, witness affidavits, supporting documents and an examination of the evidence, they Jury of twelve reasonably minded men and women returned the following verdicts.
In relation to the case of ‘The People (Represented by David Laity) v’s Norman Roy Blackwell, Rachel Thomson, Sarah Eileen Green, Sarah Watley & Mark King ’ and the request for Court Orders, all were granted.
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