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Restitution Case ARGUMENTS. MUCH MORE COMING
Restitution. PCNs County Court orders restitution of £2500
Against Bexley County Council.
The case references.
Please re visit these pages over the next few weeks and see how Andrew assembled his case.
Here is the very professionally presented case by Andrew.
The schema is here now, and the case material and arguments will follow shortly.
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20 parking tickets to be
repaid in 14 days.
Just got back from
Dartford County Court on a 2 dates issue against London Borough
Many thanks to Wayne P, Tony W, Teufel, DW190, Legaladviser and others.
Now for a cup of tea!
Important point: Some councils wilfully withdraw discretion; using it as punishment, and omit statutory procedures wherever the traversal of a case under the RTA 1991, meets the ambit of a 'court', PATAS, NPAS, TEC, before reaching a' higher' court - County or High court. In these areas their conduct breaches many other statutes that re-enforce any action in a county court as the breaches render jurisdiction arguments pointless. These involve acts and offences of;
Here is the original skeleton from Andrew.
A comment on some councils, where jurisdiction has been ruled on; fallaciously I would add, but nevertheless ruled on, and only a cogent rebuttal under a specific Justice 'stare decisis' would reverse or at least show where the court o' f law is errant, and has created a ruling that is inconsistent, and leads to a 'reductio ad absurdem'. This will be a later expose. For Camden council in particular the jurisdiction issue is better taken directly to the High Court. One London Court is can not or will not to rule on fact as it would be suggested from material that is known to only a few at this time. In other courts, the jurisdiction issue can be strengthened by the following cases; that are among some further half a dozen or so additional arguments, several of which are drawn fro the simple ruling From Justice Sedley on the right to controvert any issue; also the principle of “Audi alteram partem”; (To hear the other sides argument) and more will follow;
R v London Borough of Camden ex
parte Paddock (1995) Justice Sedley
Building Society v Inland Revenue Commissioners (No 2)  3
All ER 737;
The early history is at: