Adoption Act 1926 – Orphans

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Dear Supreme Court of the United Kingdom,

Adoption Act 1926 – Orphans

The Adoption Act 1926 had the intention of rehoming Orphans who did not have any parents or family members.

What greater consideration does the state or adoptive families give when the mothers and fathers and family chosen by nature have given love and blood (DNA) and do not consent to the state taking their children.

Or are the parents treated as mere trustee's of their children and the State as the beneficiaries entitled to take and make gifts of their children to strangers?

Where is the fundamental right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for the sons and daughters of these mothers and fathers created by nature and entitled to the protection of equity.

Provide all information held relating to this Act being passed into law including who objected and how many times it was rejected before being passed ?

Yours faithfully,

Mr H Gibson

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Dear Mr Gibson,

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request which we received on 20 August 2015. Please find our response attached.

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Dear Enquiries (UK Supreme Court),

One is not seeking opinion or legal advice, unfortunately arbitrary opinion can be found within the courts, also known as judge-made law.

Therefore, be so kind as to provide all information held relating to this Act being passed into law including who objected and how many times it was rejected before being passed ?

This will be information that is recorded.

Yours sincerely,

Mr H Gibson

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

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Dear Mr Gibson,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request which we received on 27
August 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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