Inherent Equity – Court of Equity/Court of Conscience

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Dear Supreme Court of the United Kingdom,

Inherent Equity – Court of Equity/Court of Conscience

Under the Freedom Of Information Act please state all information you hold in whatever form, that confirms where a Court of Conscience can be found within the present court system. This used to be known as a Court of Equity.

Yours faithfully,

Eddie Fry

Enquiries (UK Supreme Court), Supreme Court of the United Kingdom

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October 2015.


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" Law is nothing without equity, and equity is everything, even without Law. Those who perceive what is just and what is unjust only through the eyes of the law, never see it as well as those who behold it with the eyes of equity. Law may be looked upon, in some manner, as an assistance for those who have a weak perception of right and wrong, in the same way that optical glasses, are useful for those who are shortsighted, or those whose visual organs are deficient. Equity, in its true and genuine meaning, is the soul and spirit of the law; positive law is construed, and rational law is made by it. "

Institutes of American Law 1882, Vol. 2, s. 3724, para. 4. by John Bouvier