RE:-Family Law Act 1986 Part 3 Declaration of Marital Status Section 55 (1) (d) and Court Order dated the 22nd December 1988 Before His Hon Judge Callman

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Civil Procedure Rule Committee

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

Yn disgwyl am adolygiad mewnol gan Civil Procedure Rule Committee o'u triniaeth o'r cais hwn.

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear Civil Procedure Rule Committee,

I, Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee do hereby request your attention and consideration that:-

1. You do have copy of the Court Order dated the 12th July 1988 before Her Hon Miss C. A. Calvert QC where Leave of the Court had been given to file a Petition for Foreign Decree (Talaq) by paragraph (ii) of the Order.

2. You do have a copy of the Court Order dated the 22nd December 1988 before His Hon Judge Callman sitting as a High Court Judge.

3. The Court Orders have been supplied to the Administrative Court, The Chancery Division, and the Upper Tribunal,
But it does appear that the court Officers are either not placing the Court Orders before the High Court Judge.

4. Direct Discrimination or Indirect Discrimination are normally commenced in the Queens Bench Division High Court or in the County Court, where some of the Masters and Judges in the Chancery Division are not familiar or experienced with Overseas Religion under the Constitution of the Republic of Zambia, or any other Republican Country.

5. I had previously made a request where I am still waiting, The Order made in the Court of Appeal on the 25th July 2003 in Bhamjee versus David Forsdick.
This Order was to expire when the Section 42 of the SCA 1981 Order was going to be made by the Divisional Court.

6. On the 22nd July 2005 Before than Mr Justice Park-
It was ordered that I could issue applications in the Court of Appeal or the House of Lords for a Period of Two Years.
This Order has not been published on Her Majesty's Court's & Tribunal Service.

7. There is the Statutory Instrument 2015 No 596 which does come into force next week on the 15th April 2015.
There are many Statutory Instruments which have been repealed, as the Judgments that have been given under the Repealed Statutory Instruments should no longer be taken into consideration.

8. There are no Circuit Judges in many County Courts in the United Kingdom, As the County Courts are required to accept the Application Notice and than refer the Application Notice to a Circuit Judge.

9. The Costs for Litigants in Person under the Litigants in Persons Act 1975. This is Direct or Indirect Discrimination under the Equality Act 2010 or The Equality Act 2006.
The amount of £18-00 per an Hour for a Litigant in Person,
and the Amount for Solicitors Costs is more than £150.00 per an Hour.
Are the Solicitors-Barristers more Human Being Persons than the Litigants in Persons?

Yours faithfully,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Wright, Jane, Civil Procedure Rule Committee

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dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear Civil Procedure Rule Committee,

I, Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee refer to my Requests made to the Civil Procedure Rule Committee, where you should also take into consideration of the Data Protection Act 1998, since I was the Petitioner.

By Law the Period had expired of 14 days had expired, where you don't practice what you preach, as you are being Ultra Vires

The Treasury Solicitors who have changed their names to The Government Legal Services Department, as they are one of the named defendants in the Bhamjee versus David Forsdick Case, they shall be a conflict of Interest, and they can't represent the Civil Procedure Rule Committee Members.

The General Elections are now Over, When you reply, You should forward to the New Lord Chancellor SS Ministry of Justice and the Justice Select Committee,

Since the Lord Chancellor SS Ministry of Justice does have the Power to reject the proposals made by the Civil Procedure Rule Committee.

Yours faithfully,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee