Enforcement

2 weeks ago

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

 

 

 

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