RE:- Wilkinson Versus Rossendale Borough Council [2002] EWHC 1204 [Admin] and Misfeasance in Public Office

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Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear Law Commission,

I, Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee do hereby make a request that:-

1] There is a judgment given in the Administrative Court Wilkinson Versus Rossendale Borough Commission in the Transcript Date 30th May 2002

Neutral Citation Number [2002] EWHC 1204 [Admin]
Claim Number CO/127/2002

Do you have the List of Authority.

I am not a member of the West Law or Lexus whilst I can't afford to pay their Fees.

2. Do You have the list of Authorities under Section 189 [1] [c] of The Housing Act 1996.

How many judgments have been given in the United Kingdom Courts.

3. I assume that you do have the 2003 White Book, Green Book and Stone and Justice Manuals.

There is Volume 1, and Volume 2. White Book with Supplements.
Is Section 11, 27 [7], 119 and Schedule 20 of the Court and Legal Services Act 1990
printed and published in the White Book Service.

I had the Green Book and The Stone and Justice Manuals.

4. I understand that you will report this year on Official Misconduct in Public Office.

There was a Judgment given before Lord Justice Rafferty against the Magistrates Court

The Current Prime Minister

Since the Judges in the Family Division Court they can be sued when they Act in Bad Faith.

What is the meaning under Section 56 of The Senior Courts Act 1981.

5. My request is made through what do they know, and this request is in the Public Interest as it encourages other persons to Act unlawfully and behave in a way they are not suppose to be. I believe that no person is greater than the All-mighty God, and The Judges needs to understand Freedom of Religion and Conscience

My Religion is not against the CHRISTIAN, OR JEWISH OR THE HINDUS

But I will not find another Good Samaritan Person as I had like the Former Vice president of the Republic of Zambia the Late Mr Mainza Chona SC.

Yours faithfully,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

LAWCOM (FOI), Law Commission

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LAWCOM (FOI), Law Commission

Dear Mr Bhamjee,

Thank you for your request for information dated 20/08/19 and received in this office on 20/08/19.
We acknowledge receipt. We are handling your request for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

We will respond to you as promptly as possible and, in any event, will provide the information you seek within 20 working days from receipt of your request, unless it transpires that we do not hold the information or that the information is exempt from disclosure. In the latter event we will advise you why the information sought cannot be disclosed.

Your request for information will be handled within the Commission by the Criminal Law team.

If you have any query in the meantime relating to your request please contact Sade King in this office (020-3334 0431) who acts as the Commission’s FoI co-ordinator.

Kind Regards,
Jamil

Jamil Hussain | Law Commission
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Connolly, David, Law Commission

Dear Mr Bhamjee,

We note your email of 20 August. You will have received an acknowledgement from us on the date of receipt. Your paragraph numbering is followed in this response for ease of reference.

(1) I have considered this request for information relating to Wilkinson v Rossendale to be a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. We have conducted a search of our records, and conclude that the requested information is not held by the Law Commission.

(2) I have also considered this request for information relating to authorities under The Housing Act to be a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. I understand your question to mean whether we have a list of authorities that relate to section 189(1)(c) of the Housing Act 1996. I can confirm that the Law Commission holds this information. The information is exempt under section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, because the information is reasonably accessible to you, as it is already in the public domain. A significant body of law reports are available free of charge at http://www.bailii.org, and also from other online resources such as Westlaw and LexisLibrary. A temporary reader pass may also be obtained for the British Library (https://www.bl.uk/help/how-to-get-a-read...).

In respect of your request concerning the number of judgments given in UK courts, we have conducted a search of our records and conclude that the requested information is not held by the Law Commission.

(3) I have also considered your request for information relating to the 2003 White Book Service to be a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. We have conducted a search of our records, and conclude that the requested information is not held by the Law Commission.

(4) I do not consider that this constitutes a freedom of information request and so have not treated it as such. To the extent that this constitutes a request for legal advice, the Commission does not give advice on individual cases or points of law. You may find it helpful to contact a solicitor for advice on your problem. If you have difficulty in finding a solicitor, we suggest that you contact The Law Society via their website www.lawsociety.org.uk. They can also be contacted by telephone on 020-7242 1222. The following organisations may also be able to help:
Citizens Advice www.citizensadvice.org.uk Community Legal Advice [email address]

(5) I do not consider that this constitutes a freedom of information request and so have not treated it as such. Your other observations are noted without comment.

If you are not content with the manner in which we have handled your request for information you can ask us to conduct an internal review of the request. We ask that your request for a review is made within two months of the date of this email. If you remain dissatisfied with the handling of your request you have a right of appeal to the Information Commissioner at:

The Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF t. 0303-123 1113 w. www.ico.org.uk

Kind regards

David Connolly
Law Commission | Comisiwn y Gyfraith
Head of Criminal Law Team | Pennaeth Tim Cyfraith Troseddol
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