Article. 61 Magna Carta 1215 Lawfully Invoked.

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Dear Attorney General’s Office,
I am awaiting the public announcement from the lawfully elected Barons committee who lawfully invoked Article. 61 Magna Carta on March 23rd 2001, however, in the meantime, please would you be so kind to respond in due course and detailed substance the factual evidence that Article.61 MC 1215 is not in effect today.
Yours faithfully,
Marc Chamberlain esq.

AGO Correspondence, Attorney General's Office

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Dear Mr Chamberlain,

 

Thank you for your email dated 27th April 2017.

 

I have now had time to consider your request, and reached the conclusion
that your request is not a valid request for information under the Freedom
of Information Act (2000).  It may be helpful if I explain that the
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https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/gui....

 

Yours sincerely,

 

FOI Officer

[Attorney General’s Office request email]

020 7271 2492

Attorney General’s Office

5-8 The Sanctuary

London

SW1P 3JS

 

 

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Dear AGO Correspondence,
I am attempting to confirm and would you please be so kind to provide the evidence that Article.61 Magna Carta was lawfully invoked on March 23rd 2001.

Yours sincerely,

Pricilla Good

AGO Correspondence, Attorney General's Office

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Dear Ms Good,

 

Thank you for your email dated 6^th May 2017.

 

I have now had time to consider your request, and reached the conclusion
that your request is not a valid request for information under the Freedom
of Information Act (2000).  It may be helpful if I explain that the
Freedom of Information Act (2000) gives individuals and organisations the
right of access to all types of recorded information held, at the time the
request is received, by public authorities such as the Attorney General's
Office (AGO).  In order for a request for information to be handled as a
FOIA request, it must be for recorded information.  The format of your
questions is not considered as a request for recorded information under
the FOIA.  

 

I have also provided the web address to the ICO below, where you can
further furnish yourself with information in regards to the FOI Act.
https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/gui....

 

Yours sincerely,

 

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FOI Officer

[2][Attorney General’s Office request email]

020 7271 2492

Attorney General’s Office

5-8 The Sanctuary

London

SW1P 3JS

 

 

 

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