RE:- Misfeasance in Public Office by the Law Officers in the Attorney General Chambers and Discrimination

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee made this Freedom of Information request to Attorney General's Office

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Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear Attorney General’s Office,

I, Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee do hereby request that:-

1) You provide me with the Numbers of Persons who works and the amount of Salary they Receive since there is Misfeasance in Public Office in the Attorney General Chambers.

2) The High Court Judge who is now retired had given Permission of the Court to my Wife and Children that they can take Proceedings against the Attorney General and also in the Private Capacity as such.
There was no order drawn and Sealed by the Clerk of the High Court Judge and reference Number provided.

The Attorney General does have the Power to obtain copies of the Court Documents.

3) You are aware as there are Barristers in the Attorney General Chambers and The Judgment which was given in the House of Lords of Saif Ali versus others, that the Barristers are no longer immune from Criminal Proceedings this was in 1978 before I came to the United Kingdom. judgments given in the House of Lords are published and some are not published but they are published in the Law Reports.

4) I have to issue an Application and Permission in the Court of Appeal under Section 55 of the Access of Justice Act 1999 as Second Appeals- In the Court of Appeal which is the Senior Court of England and Wales.
It was more reasonable and Appropriate for your Office to Confirm by Letter, that Section 11 and 119 of the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 (As amended) should apply to all persons who are or have been declared as Vexatious Litigant.

You should provide me with the Copies of the Court Orders- Between 1991 and 31st December 2009 those made in the Court of Appeal- Since the Court of Appeal had either destroyed the Files.

Yours faithfully,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

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AGO Correspondence, Attorney General's Office

Dear Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee,

Thank you for your FOI request to the Attorney General’s Office (AGO).

The AGO will respond to your request within the deadline requirement of the FOIA legislation.

Yours sincerely,

FOI Officer

FOI Officer
E: [Attorney General’s Office request email]
T: 020 7271 2492
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Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

Dear AGO Correspondence,

Please take into consideration that:-
The European Communities Act 1972 Section 1 (4), 2 (1) and 3 (1) is still in force, The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom had Lost in the High Court of Justice and the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom on the advice of the HM Attorney General. There has been much amount which have been spent as your Office is responsible.

I believe that any Person regardless of his position, He/She has a duty towards the Court and the Tribunal regardless by whom he/She has been paid.

You have the Knowledge of the Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs in the Overseas Country-Republic of Zambia, Republic of Malawi and Also Republic of Zimbabwe.

There are decisions in the United Kingdom that there is no Legal Privilege with the Intention of Furthering a Criminal Purpose, and some officers don't practice what the rule of Law is, but want to injure and harm persons who are on Low Income or those who are struggling.

A Report is made to the Police, but they don't record the Crime and report to the DPP crown Prosecution Services,
The DPP is appointed by the Attorney General and not by the Prime Minister. The 1912 Judgment the Attorney General is responsible and Liable.

The Treasury Solicitor They can be sue or Can Be sued- The name have been changed to the Government Legal Department.
The Fraud Act 2006, Abuse of Position and Trust does apply.

Yours sincerely,

Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee

AGO Correspondence, Attorney General's Office

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Dear Ismail Abdulhai Bhamjee,

Please see the attached AGO response to the FOI request you made on 14 March 2019.

Yours Sincerely,

FOI Officer
E: [Attorney General's Office request email]
T: 020 7271 2492
5-8 The Sanctuary, London, SW1P 3JS

@attorneygeneral | gov.uk/ago

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