RE:- District Judge Oldham Romford County Court and Lord Chief Justices assignment. and Circulars

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee made this Freedom of Information request to Judicial Appointments Commission

This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.

Response to this request is long overdue. By law, under all circumstances, Judicial Appointments Commission should have responded by now (details). You can complain by requesting an internal review.

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear Judicial Appointments Commission,

I, Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee hereby make a request that:-

1. You do process the Appointment of Judges for England and Wales.

2. The Lord Chief Justice than Assigns them to Sit at a Particular court or Tribunal

3. I understand that Lady Justice Rafferty is a Judge and Sits in the Divisional Court,
and in the Court of Appeal.

4. Your Office does have the decision of WILKINSON Versus Rossendale Borough Council which was decided in the year 2002 [2002] 30-05-2002.

I am waiting for a copy of the Sealed Order as I have Paid the Court Fees £10-00 from the Administrative Court office.

Your Office may obtain copies of the orders without paying any amount money.

5. ARE DISTRICT JUDGES AND HIGH COURT JUDGES ALLOWED TO DISAPPLY THE PARLIAMENTS ACTS AND GIVE INJUNCTION ORDERS BECAUSE OF REPEALED STATUTES ACT. The Supreme Court of Jurisdiction and Consolidation Act 1925 was repealed under Schedule 7 of the SCA 1981

Yours faithfully,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

FOIA, Judicial Appointments Commission

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email of 1st September in respect of your Freedom of Information request.

The Judicial Appointments Commission has a statutory duty under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to provide a response to Freedom of Information requests within 20 working days. You should therefore receive a full response by 27 September 2019.

In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me if you require any further assistance.

Ian Thomson
Head of Corporate Services
Judicial Appointments Commission
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5th Floor , 70 Petty France,
London, SW1H 9EX
Tel 020 3334 5899 [mobile number]

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Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear FOIA,

I, Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee refer to my request made to your office,
since there was a Duty Solicitor at the Court and she didn't give me her name and Address and The Company where She came From until after coming out from the judges Chambers.

When there is a Section 42 SCA 1981 Vexatious Litigants Order against a person, than the Order does state clearly what type of the Order is being Restricted.

Civil Proceedings Restraint Order

Criminal Proceedings Restraint Order

or an All Proceedings Restraint Orders.

2. This is assigned to the HM Attorney General and The HM Solicitor General.

The Parliament Acts have not mentioned that the Law Officer shall sign an Application on behalf of the HM Solicitor General or HM Solicitor General.

3. This reminds me of the 1987/1988 years,
The Family Law Act 1986 Part 1,
Part 2,

Part 3 and Repeal Schedule.

Section 2, 15 and 16 of the Domicile and Matrimonial Proceedings Act 1973 was repealed.

The Judges don't check what act has been repealed. and what is now in Force.
The Duty of the Parties is to assist the courts and Tribunal. It is not to mislead the Court and the Tribunals.

4. There was a House of Lords judgment the Kebiline Case Algeria.
This Case was different had been quoted in the Planning Law Case,
I had won on that Day When I had quoted Section 11 [a] [b] of the Human Rights Act 1998 against Mr David Elvin QC as he had stated that I could amend my pleadings on any grounds.

But I wasn't awarded the Costs for the Hearing Date on 25-10-2000.

The Judgment and Proceedings have not been put on the public domain.
I paid for the Evidence and Judgment.
If that could be published in the interest of the public.

People should not be taken to the Court by Surprise or less time
even 24 Hours Notice where I have Attended the Court.

I don't want that other persons should face the Same type of Rough Justice as what I have faced that other persons should face the same.

Yours sincerely,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Thomson, Ian (JAC), Judicial Appointments Commission

Dear Sirs

Thank you for your emails of 1 and 2nd September 2019 in which you set out your Freedom of Information Request.

As you indicate the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) is only responsible for recommending candidates for appointment to judicial positions following a fair and open recruitment process. The JAC has no responsibility for the deployment of judges not does it hold decision made by judicial members. I am therefore unable to assist you with your request at the JAC does not hold the information you have requested.

Can I suggest that you contact the Judicial Office who have access to the information. Details about the Judicial Office can be found on their website, https://www.judiciary.uk/foi/

Yours sincerely,

Ian Thomson
Head of Corporate Services
Judicial Appointments Commission
Clive House
5th Floor , 70 Petty France,
London, SW1H 9EX
Tel 020 3334 5899 [mobile number]

If you receive this email late at night or early in the morning or at a weekend, it means I am working flexibly.
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Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear Judicial Appointments Commission,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Judicial Appointments Commission's handling of my FOI request 'RE:- District Judge Oldham Romford County Court and Lord Chief Justices assignment. and Circulars'.

1. I refer to Paragraph 5 of my request made to your Office which you have not responded.

2. You have the Green BENCH BOOK where you had published about litigants in Person, whilst you had left out the Litigants in Persons Act 1975.

3. Do you have the Legal Services Act 2007 Schedule 3 and Schedule 21, Since you have published of the Section 11 and 119 of the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990.

4. Lady Justice Rafferty is the Chairman of the Judicial Appointments Commission, She has signed on the Green Bench Book which is available on line.

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

Yours faithfully,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

FOIA, Judicial Appointments Commission

Mr Bhamjee

Morning and thank you for your email requesting an internal review into your Freedom of Information request. I acknowledge your request and will arrange for the review to be undertaken. Our aim will be to respond within 20 working days - by 30 September 2019. If this is not possible I will advise you.

Yours sincerely

Ian Thomson
Head of Corporate Services
Judicial Appointments Commission
Clive House
5th Floor , 70 Petty France,
London, SW1H 9EX
Tel 020 3334 5899 [mobile number]

If you receive this email late at night or early in the morning or at a weekend, it means I am working flexibly.
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Ball, Steven, Judicial Appointments Commission

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Dear Mr Bhamjee,

 

I write further to your original Freedom of Information Act request,
outlined in correspondence dated 01 & 02 September, and your subsequent
request for review dated 03 September.

 

Please find attached copy of correspondence setting out my review of Mr
Thomson’s original response.

 

Kind regards,

 

 

 

Steven Ball

Corporate Services
Judicial Appointments Commission | 5th Floor, Clive House, 70 Petty
France, LONDON, SW1H 9EX |

Tel 020 3334 0289

 

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