Removal of implied Right of Access

Amir Farzaneh made this Freedom of Information request to Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service

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Dear Her Majesty’s Courts and the Tribunals Service,
I would please ask you to answer the following:
I am LAWFULLY ( please note I have stated LAWFULLY, as per COMMON LAW) entitled to remove The Implied Right Of Access to my property.
Under this law, the only persons who are allowed to visit my property are the postman, or a lost person asking for directions. All others use an Implied Right.
If I were to serve this to the court, or agents acting on your behalf, could I have your assurances that it would be LAWFULLY adhered to as requested?
If not, then please supply me with your reasons and back them up with relevant proof as to why you can ignore it.
i.e. If the law has been repealed, or a precedent set to overrule this law, with the relevant dates of any such lawful amendment
Yours faithfully,

Yours faithfully,

Mr. Amir Farzaneh BSc (Hons)

Mark Ritchie left an annotation ()

Why are HMCTS ignoring so many requests for information? its such a deliberate act and nobody is addressing it.

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