Hi guys, I just wanted to post what could be a heads up that is very important, I have noticed that on the common law court order annulling council tax the court signatories are not undersigned to identify the signatories, just as it is a lawful requirement for any court judge to be properly identified when signing a warrant of execution or any other type of court order, does this make the court order annulling council tax unlawful?
I see I can buy a copy of this however, what is it a copy of? Is it something already submitted to a central court & this a copy of proof or is it a certificate I need to send to a court or my local council? Please forgive my ignorance.
It is honourable to send a letter to challenge the council tax. Enclose a copy of this said document, along with proof you are a living wo/man.
If you live in rented accommodation, it is recommended you read your tenancy agreement to ensure you do not break the contract, before challenging council tax, otherwise you may encounter further challenges with your landlord. Do your research, read your tenancy contract. This is practical advice.