Dear Supreme Court of the United Kingdom,
Scam - notices being sent instead of Bankruptcy Petitions and Orders
Why are the courts only required to send a notice of a bankruptcy petition and not a copy of the petition itself to the Land Registry, bear in mind that this step is often skipped by the court.
Why is the official receiver a court officer also only required to send a notice of having received a bankruptcy order without a copy of the actual order being sent to the Land Registry, who will still go ahead and register this notice even though they have not been sent or registered a pending action beforehand.
This is a scam that is open to massive abuse with no checks and balance in place and can be used to deprive people of their property by unscrupulous staff.
Mr. J Stuart
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