How many court staff, judges, council staff , official receivers etc have been prosecuted ?

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Dear Insolvency Rules Committee,

How many court staff, judges, council staff , official receivers etc have been prosecuted ?

How many court staff, judges, council staff , official receivers etc have been prosecuted by the CPS for using trickery and deceptions to bankrupt people when no bankruptcy order should have been made ?

Council's using trickery & deception to bankrupt people for council tax - when did Parliament give them this right ?

When did Parliament grant council's the right to take customers money that was for the sole purpose of reducing an amount to below the old bankruptcy threshold of £750 and allocate it to an amount already secured on their property ?

What was the point of increasing the threshold to £5000 in October 2015, if unscrupulous council's with the help of the courts can apparently file a petition for bankruptcy just beforehand and bankrupt them after October 2015, knowing that they had already been notified what the payment was for ?

Where is the due process within the council and courts when none of the insolvency rules have been followed including correct service ?
Who is holding your councils and courts accountable or are they self governing ?

When did Parliament grant them this immense power to reallocate customers money to suit their own agenda to enable them to steal people's homes through insolvency using trickery & deception ?

Yours faithfully,

ivanataylor

Dear Insolvency Rules Committee,

May I have an acknowledgement please ?

Yours faithfully,

ivanataylor

Dear Madam,

I acknowledge receipt of your FOI request below.

Regards,

Paul Schofield

Paul Schofield | Senior Official Receiver’s Office | The Insolvency Service | [email address]| 4th Floor Cannon House, 18 Priory Queensway, Birmingham B4 6FD | DX 713901 Birmingham 37 DX | www.gov.uk/insolvency-service

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Council Tax - Warning - Are You Expected To Be Mind Readers?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EbPTagw9t0c

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Council Tax -WARNING - Bankruptcy Petitions

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qdMEBs2c7sg

Dear Madam,

Thank you for your email dated 09 June 2016 querying the number of prosecuted court staff, judges, council staff and official receivers.

The information you have requested is not held by the Insolvency Service. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is the principal prosecuting authority for England and Wales and you should contact them directly for data on the professions of those they prosecute. More information about the CPS can be found here: http://www.cps.gov.uk/index.html

You also raise concerns about the actions of local authorities in pursuing council tax debts. Any concerns regarding council policies should be raised with the relevant local authority. For matters relating to the service you received at court, you can contact HM Courts and Tribunal Services who can help with complaints about the way your case was handled by administrative staff. You can find details of the court complaints procedure at the following site: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisati...

Turning to your point abut the reasons for the increase of the bankruptcy level from £750 to £5,000; the reason for this increase was to ensure that the strongest of debt recovery tools – whether it is the threat of bankruptcy or bankruptcy itself – is only used in appropriate cases. When introducing any new legislation there has to be a date by which the legislation is introduced to ensure clarity and consistency. For the increase to the petition debt level, this date was October 2015. It then becomes a matter for individual creditors how and when they choose to enforce the collection of money owed to them.

Regards,

Paul Schofield

Paul Schofield | Senior Official Receiver’s Office | The Insolvency Service | [email address]| 4th Floor Cannon House, 18 Priory Queensway, Birmingham B4 6FD | DX 713901 Birmingham 37 DX | www.gov.uk/insolvency-service

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Council Tax - Statutory Demand & Bankruptcy Petition Service

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ghy0DSlCuF8

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Council Tax - Bankruptcy Prescribed Forms

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cn3inNqlWvA

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Council Tax - Statutory Set Aside Hearings - Appeals?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=v8D-Zx2vmZE

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Council Tax - Bankruptcy Petition Hearing
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Fx9-C-QyfE8

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Council Tax - Liability Orders - Full Council Question

Here is The Question I asked at our Full Council

" I wish to know whether or NOT a complaint is actually laid before a Magistrates' court prior to a summons being issued by the Magistrates' for non payment of Council Tax"?

They refused to minute the Question! Why?

Are we being 'Rail Roaded' and Stitched Up?

By unscrupulous Council and Court staff, while Elected Councillors turn a blind eye and just keep collecting their expenses and perks?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HBBK1Gf4vmA