A copy of the public notice record below:
Reference No: PN / 20 / 7959
|Name||John Smith v Crawford Langley|
TO WHOMSOEVER IT MAY CONCERN
A Common Law Commercial Lien has been LAWFULLY established between myself, John: of the family Smith, and the individual who accepts liability for the Name “Crawford Langley”, at address “Aberdeen City Council, Town House, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1FY”, herein referred to as “the Tortfeaser”.
The reason for this Lien is that I have been the subject of a wrong (i.e. a tort) at the hands of the Tortfeaser, and my remedy IN LAW is to be able to place a Lien on their property, until the wrong has been set aright. Thus, I am LAWFULLY able to seize goods and assets that belong to the Tortfeaser, up to the amount of the Commercial Lien, which is £1,607,365 (one million, six hundred and seven thousand, three hundred and sixty-five pounds, sterling).
This Notice is to inform whomsoever may be concerned that the creditworthiness of this Tortfeaser is, henceforth, highly suspect, until the Lien lapses – or is, by some other means, removed.