Fiduciary Duty

William:Sterling (Ataliwyd y cyfrif) made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Judicial Conduct Investigations Office

This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.

Mae'r ymateb i'r cais hwn yn hwyr iawn. Yn ôl y gyfraith, ym mhob amgylchiad, dylai Judicial Conduct Investigations Office fod wedi ymateb erbyn hyn. (manylion). Gallwch gwyno drwy yn gofyn am adolygiad mewnol.

William:Sterling (Ataliwyd y cyfrif)

Dear Sir or Madam,

A fiduciary duty is a legal or ethical relationship of confidence
or trust between two or more parties , most commonly a fiduciary or
trustee and a principal or beneficiary.

In a fiduciary relation one person justifiably reposes confidence,
good faith , reliance and trust in another whose aid, advice or
protection is sought in some matter. In such a relation good
conscience requires one to act at all times for the sole benefit
and interests of another, with loyalty to those interests.

This is NOT happening in HMCS and a clear conflict of interest
prevail between ‘professionals’ within local authorities and the
families comprising of men/women/offspring(children)they claim to re-pre-sentto the state.

What information does your department hold about your fiduciary
duty and is this to the people. i.e. real men/women/their offspring
(children) or to the Crown i.e. City of London.

yours Truly ,

William:Sterling

Mulvaney, Max,

Our Ref: 7052/2009

Dear Mr. Sterling

SUBJECT: Freedom of Information Request

Thank you for your email of October 28th 2009, in which you asked for
information held by the OJC regarding our fiduciary duty and if that
duty is to the people.

Your request is being handled under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (FOIA), and you will receive a response by 26th
November 2009.

The FOIA does provide a number of exemptions. A qualified exemption
requires that before relying on it we must consider the public interest
test. If the information you have requested is covered by a qualified
exemption(s) under the FOIA, the Department is allowed to take longer
than 20 working days to respond. This is because in such circumstances
we are required to consider the public interest issues when deciding
whether or not to disclose the information requested.

If more time is needed to consider the public interest issues under a
qualified exemption(s), we will write to you and inform you of the
revised date you can expect to receive a response to your request.

If you have any queries about this request please do not hesitate to
contact us. Please quote ref: 7052/2009 in all future correspondence.

Yours sincerely,
Max Mulvaney

Administrative Support Officer
Office for Judicial Complaints (OJC)
10th Floor, The Tower
102 Petty France
London
SW1H 9AJ

DX 152380 Westminster 8

Tel: 0203 334 2524
Fax: 0203 334 2541
Website: www.judicialcomplaints.gov.uk

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Mulvaney, Max,

Our Ref: 7052/2009

Dear Mr. Sterling,

SUBJECT: Freedom of Information Request

Thank you for your email of the 28th October 2009, in which you request
information held by the Office for Judicial Complaints (OJC) regarding
our fiduciary duty and whether it is to the people or to the Crown.

Your request has been passed to me to deal with and your request has
been handled under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).

Unfortunately the information requested is not held by the OJC. The role
of the Office for Judicial Complaints (OJC) is to support the Lord Chief
Justice and the Lord Chancellor in their joint responsibilities for
judicial conduct and discipline. Their responsibilities cover matters
relating to allegations of personal misconduct in the way that a
judicial office holder has behaved, whether inside or outside of the
courtroom.

Issues of personal conduct include, but are not restricted to, use of
profane, sexist, or racist language, behaving aggressively, or shouting.
Where incidents involving the personal conduct of a judicial office
holder occur, the Office for Judicial Complaints will make further
enquiries. If allegations of personal misconduct are substantiated, The
Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice will jointly decide what
disciplinary action, if any, is necessary.

You may find it helpful to look at the information provided on our
website at www.judicialcomplaints.gov.uk and further details regarding
the remit of this office are available in our leaflet OJC 1, which can
be downloaded from the 'Publications and Regulations' section of our
website.

I hope that this information is helpful and I am sorry that on this
occasion I cannot be of more assistance.

As part of our obligations under the FOIA, the MoJ has an independent
review process. If you are dissatisfied with this decision, you may
write to request an internal review. The internal review will be
carried out by someone who did not make the original decision, and they
will re-assess how the Department handled the original request.

If you wish to request an internal review, please write or send an email
to the Data Access and Compliance Unit within two months of the date of
this letter, at the following address:

Data Access and Compliance Unit
Information Directorate
Ministry of Justice
1st Floor, Zone 1C
Post point 1.41
102 Petty France
London
SW1H 9AJ

E-mail: [email address]

If you remain dissatisfied after an internal review decision, you have
the right to apply to the Information Commissioner's Office under
Section 50 of the FOIA. You can contact the Information Commissioner's
Office at the following address:

Information Commissioner's Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF

Internet: https://www.ico.gov.uk/Global/contact_us...
Yours sincerely,
Max Mulvaney

Administrative Support Officer
Office for Judicial Complaints (OJC)
10th Floor, The Tower
102 Petty France
London
SW1H 9AJ

DX 152380 Westminster 8

Tel: 0203 334 2524
Fax: 0203 334 2541
Website: www.judicialcomplaints.gov.uk

Restricted - This information is intended for the recipient only and
should not be copied to a wider audience without the permission of the
author.

This e-mail (and any attachment) is intended only for the attention of the addressee(s). Its unauthorised use, disclosure, storage or copying is not permitted. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy all copies and inform the sender by return e-mail.

This e-mail (and any attachment) is intended only for the attention of the addressee(s). Its unauthorised use, disclosure, storage or copying is not permitted. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy all copies and inform the sender by return e-mail.

This e-mail (whether you are the sender or the recipient) may be monitored, recorded and retained by the Ministry of Justice. E-mail monitoring / blocking software may be used, and e-mail content may be read at any time. You have a responsibility to ensure laws are not broken when composing or forwarding e-mails and their contents.

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