Administrative Courts

Pat James (Account suspended) made this Freedom of Information request to Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

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Pat James (Account suspended)

Dear Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, I seek neither legal advice or opinion in law, however, I do seek confirmation of fact.

Please provide or direct me to evidence in "Common Law" that states that administrative courts, such as "bulk Centres" and "Council Tax Liability Hearings" have any jurisdiction in common law.

Please provide or direct me to evidence in "Common Law" that states that administrative courts as described above are deemed as courts of record.

Again, I am in no way requesting legal advice or opinion in law.

Yours faithfully,

Pat James

Enquiries (UK Supreme Court), Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

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Dear Sir/Madam,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request which we received on 24
September 2015.

 

Please find our response attached.

 

Kind regards,

 

Rebecca Lowson

Information Officer

Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

Parliament Square, London, SW1P 3BD

Tel: 020 7960 1900

www.supremecourt.uk

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Pat James (Account suspended)

Dear Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, I am requesting a review as your respondenr seems to fail to recognise a request for recorded information, which was clearly stated in my original request.
Yours faithfully,

Pat James

William Arnold, Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

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Please see the enclosed response to your request for an Internal Review of
Ms Lowson’s decision on your FOI request of 24 September 2015.

 

William Arnold

 

Director of Corporate Services

 

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

Parliament Square

London SW1P 3BD

 

020 7960 1880

 

[email address]

 

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Pat James (Account suspended)

Dear William Arnold, the MoJ is deliberately misrepresenting my legitimate request for recorded information, and your assertion that I am seeking legal advice is erroneous as I specifically stated. Please answer the question without further obfuscation.
Yours sincerely,

Pat James

Pat James (Account suspended)

Dear William Arnold, as you can provide no evidence that Administrative Courts have no jurisdiction in Common Law, then by inference they must be unlawful.

Yours sincerely,

Pat James

William Arnold, Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

I am now on leave for half term until Monday 2 November 2015. 

 

I will have intermittent access to emails, but I may not be able to deal
with your email until after my return, so if it is urgent, please contact
someone else at the UKSC.

 

 

William

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Pat James (Account suspended)

Dear Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, your response is now well overdue.

Yours faithfully,

Pat James