Family Courts operate under Commerical Law

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Dear Sir or Madam,

Please answer this question directly, as many families who have or have not already lost their children to the system, would like an answer.

Do the Family Courts that are held in secret behind closed doors, operate under Admiralty and Equity Law;the Law of the Sea rather than Common Law; the Law of the Land ?

The the former only applies to the 'color of law' and operate under Statue/Acts, which simply do not apply to men/women and their offspring.

Many Authorities such as Kent County Council, are clearly using this to their advantage and have no obligation to provide facts ;these are not required nor recognized in these fictitious courts.

Does the Supreme Court offer any written assurance that they operate for the people rather than the just-us system in place of justice.

Yours faithfully,

Ms Chadwick

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Dear Ms Chadwick,

Thank you for your request of 27 October 2009 which refers to matters
relating to the operation of family proceedings in Her Majesty's Court
Service which is part of the Ministry of Justice.

As the Supreme Court is a Non Ministerial Government Department and is,
therefore, completely separate from Her Majesty's Court Service may I
suggest that you raise these issues with them via the Ministry of
Justice at [email address].

Information held by the Supreme Court which is covered by your request
is in relation to the question in your final paragraph. The information
you seek is contained in the Supreme Court's Guide to Judicial
Conduct (2009), a copy of which is attached. The Guide covers the
judicial independence, impartiality, integrity, propriety and competence
and diligence standards which apply to all Justices of the Supreme Court
of the United Kingdom. This document will also shortly be available on
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Mrs A Achow
Departmental Records Officer
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Parliament Square

Tel: 020 7960 1983

Ann Achow (Mrs)
Departmental Records Officer
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Parliament Square

Tel: 020 7960 1983

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