Correction of wrong data

Waiting for an internal review by Home Office of their handling of this request.

Dear Home Office,
your staff are dominently preventing my applying directions from the Head of the Economic Crime Unit in Lincolnshire for the correction of information given by Land Registry that was the complete opposite of information confirmed by their Yvonne Owen on 15 th February 2007.

The seven page letter that emulated in November 2009 and was sent to me , is therefore based on false premise.

I am entitled to have correction to wrongly stored information and have received no explanations to why the Home Office would want to promote / protect , wrongs being committed.

Please state why it is felt that having followed the correct channels and having proved my case sufficient to have received advice in this matter , the Home Office can create a stand-off to my rights to correction

Yours faithfully,

Diana Smith

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Ms Diana Smith,

Reference : T9474/14

Date: 17-Jul-2014

TREAT OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE

Thank you for your e-mail of 14/07/2014 1:47:35 PM.

The matters you have raised are the responsibility of Department for
Business Innovation and Skills.

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Dear Home Office,
there appears to be confusion upon the part of the Home Office in this matter as l was written to direct by yourselves in November 2009.

The seven page communication stated that Land Registry had told the Home Office that the "land" was unregistered land and there was a long list of complaints bodies listed and l was advised to raise my complaints with them.

Please understand that there is record of my attending a pre-booked
appointment at Hull Land Registry on 26 th September 2008 and it being confirmed to me that there had been "errors / mistakes " on the part of Land Registry which they would rectify the register for and at no cost to myself, and all to do with this very same "land" that their Ms Owen confirmed to be my registered land on 15 th February 2007.

I had also received literature from Land Registry in 2006 that was sent accross the North -East of England, stating that the registration process was protection against matters of "adverse land possession" and "over-riding interests".

I bring to your attention a communication sent to the Rt Hon Charles Clark dated 6 th April 2006 by an individual concerned with " Conflict
of Parliamentary Statutes".

This person had spoken to Michael Townsend and solicitor Ms Haley in the Legal Department of the Home Office and been advised to write to The Home Secretary.

The communication l refer to was never replied to.

As there was reference in this communication to concerns for "public interest and safety", l find it deeply worrying that matters of crucial importance that can be clearly tracked back to 1990 and the open register at Land Registry opted for by our then Government, that the Home Office relied on ignoral of such a communication as a defence

Yours faithfully,

Diana Smith

Dear Home Office,
as in the "Crossbow Stalker" , l have been severely inconvenienced and put at extreme risks, all because of mistakes involving the Home Office ,not to mention the high level of costs involved.
When l am advised by a senior Police Officer to ask The Home Office to correct the wrong information they hold about me and in effect break the chain of this wrong information that has had such awful and far reaching conseqencies and am ignored , what am l to do?

I am thinking now l am to ask for an internal review?
Yours faithfully,

Diana Smith

Meliana Pearsall left an annotation ()

If they fail to update record make a complaint to the ico.

Dear Home Office,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Home Office's handling of my FOI request 'Correction of wrong information of myself and my properties being passed to them in a matter where identity fraud was continually allowed and definately recorded and not flagged up by the National Audit Office for their audits in the time frame for allowance of theft which is a crime under The Theft Act 1968.

There has been no further response to what is a valid request and my right under the Human Rights Act.

Jonathan Smithers ( Property / Land Fraud, Law Society) replied to concerns of CASIA , saying it was known the problems caused by the open register at Land Registry ( tens of hundreds of thousands of different addresses for service being unchallenged and lodged at Land Registry between 1990-2009) and that The Law Society was well aware of the methodology of the fraud behind it.
As this "methodology" is what enables the taking of Property / Land unlawfully , l request in the public intertest internal review of my information request and clear defining of why our information acts are not working when requesting information

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/c...

Yours faithfully,

Diana Smith

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Hazzelby Gareth (IMS), Home Office

Dear D Smith,

 

Thank you for your email. The Freedom of Information Act allows
individuals to ask for access to recorded information. Your  initial
 email  did not include such a request and was considered to be general
correspondence,  and was forwarded on to our public enquiries team to
respond, as such we are unable to conduct an internal review.  

 

Having re-read your  initial email, it could be considered to be a subject
access request,  as such we would require the following from you

 

 

1.    Confirmation of name: a copy of your passport, full driving license
or birth certificate

2.    Confirmation of name and address: a copy of your full driving
license, a copy of a recent utility bill, bank or credit card statement,
pension or child benefit book (or similar official document which shows
your name and address);

3.    All correspondence addresses you have used in previous
correspondence with the Home Office, including email addresses (if
applicable);

4.    Any information that you can provide which might help us in locating
the information in which you are interested. This might include details of
any contacts you have had with the Home Office at any time.

5.    A  cheque for £10.00 made payable to the Home Office – Accounting
Manager.

 

 

Please send the above to the following address: Subject Access Requests,
Home Office, Information Service Centre, LG161 Seacole Building, 2 Marsham
Street, London, SW1P 4DF.

Upon receipt of all the above provisions, the Home Office has forty
calendar days within which to respond to your request.

 

Warning – attempting to obtain personal data to which you are not entitled
may be an offence under the Data Protection Act.

 

If you do not believe that your request to be a Subject Access Request,
 it would assist us in getting your  correspondence to the correct
business area if you were to provide  details of the address that you
believe has been incorrectly registered, and copies  of previous
correspondence that you have had with the department.

 

 

As this would undoubtedly contain personal information you may wish to use
a different means of communicating other than What do they know, either
the above postal address or  public.[1][email address]  

 

 

Yours faithfully

 

 

Gareth Wyn Hazzelby

Information Services Centre  Manager

Knowledge and Information Managemnt Unit 

Home Office, Lower Ground Floor,  Seacole,2 Marsham Street, SW1P 4DF

 

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Diana Smith left an annotation ()

I received an e- mail not via this site, from The Home Office saying once again they had referred the matter to Business Innovations and Skills.
The writer of the e-mail gave a name and phone number .Upon trying to contact them l was given the runaround ( because apparently as "just" a member of the public, l was not allowed to speak to anyone) and had the phone put down on me.
I have restated l want internal review of my FOI Act request.

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