FORM 206 AND Cestui Que

Dr.Julian E.G. Dransfield Ph:D made this Freedom of Information request to Prime Minister's Office

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Dr.Julian E.G. Dransfield Ph:D

Dear Prime Minister’s Office,

Greetings,
Under Freedom of Information Act of 2000.

Research I have done has led me to the conclusion that Cestui Que ACT 1666 has declared me,JULIAN ERIC GEORGE DRANSFIELD, birth date 18th April,1949,East ham, London, as dead and lost at sea, as after 7 years from my birth. No document was lodged on my behalf, to indicate that I was still an actual living breathing being with a heart and soul.

The state therefore took ownership and owned the title to my fictional person. Would you check if you have any information with regards to
whether I am considered to be alive or dead, and provide me with documentation to prove that? Which Court or department could I also check to find out my true status of alive or dead? Also, where do I file an Affidavit of Being Alive with form 206(is that correct form)?

Thank you kindly for your doing this Job,I for one appreciate it, and for your attention of the above, and I look forward to hearing from you within 10 days.

Yours faithfully,
Julian
Dr.Julian E.G. Dransfield Ph:D

Prime Minister's Office

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Dear Dr Dransfield,

I attach a letter regarding your request.

Regards,

Jonathan Keeling

Openness Advisor, Openness Team

Knowledge and Information Management Unit

Cabinet Office

Room 3.30, Admiralty Arch

London SW1A 2WH

Tel: 020 7276 6334
Email: [1][email address]

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Dr.Julian E.G. Dransfield Ph:D

Dear Prime Minister’s Office,

Attn: Jonathan Keeling
Openness Advisor, Openness Team
Cabinet Office
Room 3.30, Admiralty Arch
London SW1A 2WH

Greetings, Jonathan,
I appreciate your kindness in responding to my request.

It will be my pleasure to forward to you your required proof of my Identity. I appreciate you requesting this. I will mail you by recorded delivery said copy of documentation of my proof of identity.

Thanks again Jonathan, and I truly appreciate you doing this job. You are an important person in that without you I'd be unable to obtain important information of my past.

Take it easy,

Yours faithfully,
Julian

Dr.Julian E.G. Dransfield Ph:D

Dr.Julian E.G. Dransfield Ph:D left an annotation ()

I am asked for ID as in copy of Passport. Which I will send by certified mail.

Prime Minister's Office

Dear Dr Dransfield,

Thank you for your email and for letting me know that you will be sending me copies of your proof of identity.

In my letter to you of 17 June 2011 I asked for more information on the personal data that you believe we may be holding on you. Please could you give me an indication of the type of information that you believe that the Cabinet Office may be holding on you. For example, please could you let me know whether your request is in relation to a specific incident or correspondence on a particular matter. Are you looking for a specific document?

Please could you supply me with further details on the information you are seeking (together with a copy of your proof of identity). As I stated in my letter, I am not obliged to comply with the request unless I have received this information.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Regards,

Jonathan Keeling
Openness Advisor, Openness Team
Knowledge and Information Management Unit
Cabinet Office 
Room 3.30, Admiralty Arch
London SW1A 2WH
Tel: 020 7276 6334
Email: [email address]

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Dr.Julian E.G. Dransfield Ph:D left an annotation ()

I am asked to be more specific in my request. I am as of this time figuring it out!I will respond prior to mailing out my requested ID's of Passport and Utility Bill.

Dr.Julian E.G. Dransfield Ph:D

Jonathan Keeling
Openness Advisor, Openness Team
Knowledge and Information Management Unit
Cabinet Office
Room 3.30, Admiralty Arch
London SW1A 2WH

Dear Prime Minister’s Office,

Greetings, Jonathan,

Excuse my delay in answering your kind letter asking for specific information. I will as soon as I am able.
You have a no worries day.

Yours faithfully,

Julian
Dr.Julian E.G. Dransfield Ph:D

P Maddison left an annotation ()

I, and MANY more would like to know what is happening as this was in 2011 and it is now 2015...

Amanda-Jane left an annotation ()

You send the completed evidence of life form 206 to the court funds office in Glasgow, the incorrect address is still on the form, it still clearly states that it is in London and it moved a few years ago, and fail to update their address of correspondence on the EoL 206.
The Court Funds office
3 Redwood Cres,
East Kilbride,
Glasgow
G74 5PR