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Social title Mr, Mister

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Dear HM Revenue and Customs,

1. I would like to know when and at what age do the government apply the Honourary Title Mr, Mister, to a man?
2. Mr, Mister is a title of a mans standing in society, is the mans standing in society decided by the government?
2. Is the decision by the governament to apply the honourary title 'Mr' Mister, consentual with the man who the title is being applied to?
2. Can the man refuse to accept the honourary title Mr, Mister?
3. Mr, Mister is 'employment' if the man has no employment or is retired can the title be removed or declined?
3. Mister, Mr is a title or courtesy, a man who is an incumbent of office 'Office' . What office do the government believe that the man holds who the honourary title Mr, Mister is being given to?

Blacks Law 4th edition
MISTER. A title of courtesy. A trade, craft, oc- cupation, employment, office.

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

FOI Team, Cyllid a Thollau Ei Mawrhydi

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Dear Paul-Brian,

We are writing in response to your request for information, received 11
February.

Yours sincerely,

HMRC Freedom of Information Team

Dear FOI Team,

I'll clarify my question

Does HMRC accept the decision decision of a Man/woman not to be addressed with the title Mr,Mrs,Miss etc? As online there is no option to proceed without ticking a title either Mr, Mrs, Miss etc?

Yours sincerely,

Paul-brian

HMRC FOI Team, Cyllid a Thollau Ei Mawrhydi

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Dear Paul-brian,

We are writing in response to your request for information, received 15
March 2021.

Yours sincerely,

HMRC Freedom of Information Team

Dear FOI Team,

Thank you for your reply. I asked if HMRC accepts the decision of a Man/Woman not to be addressed with the title Mr, Mrs Miss etc.. and your reply was directed at 'Customers' not Man/Woman.

I will refine my questions, following your reply.

MISTER. A title of courtesy. A trade, craft, occupation, employment, office. [Blacks Law, 4th Edition]

Without title, Mr, Mister, there is no implied trade, craft, occupation or office. Therefore there is no business, or employment or trade either implied, expressed or quasi that the man is engaged in, with HMRC either implied, expressed or quasi, the contract will be void, "Estoppel by Contract" There is no agreement.

HMRC is a corporation.

A customer, is one who regularly or repeatedly makes a purchase of, or has business dealing with, a tradesman or business house [Blacks Law 4th Edition]

1. What business dealings, or purchase/sale is HMRC CORPORATION engaged with thier customers?
2 Is HMRC CORPORATION compelling the customer using force and coersion to engage in business and trade with the CORPORATION?
3. Is the customer at liberty to remove his /her custom from HMRC CORPORATION?

Yours sincerely,

Paul-brian

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