I am in need of some urgent help. my 'person' was fined by the magistrate at the court for violating Education Act 1996 Section 444. I sent Manchester City Council my Conditional Acceptance with request for Clarification. IGNORED. I then sent them a Notice of Dishonour. IGNORED. I compiled a Notice of Understanding and Claim of Rights, but couldn't find 1 Notary Public willing to sign it. I had a good chat with a Notary from Cheshire who told me that the Notary Society had issued a directive to Notary Publics' NOT to sign said document. I was informed by him that even if I did find one willing to sign, the document would be dismissed by any and all magistrates. "They've bricked that exit up" were his exact words. As the Council are in dishonour, and courts are no place for sentient beings to be, I didn't attend their 'tribunal'. Not surprisingly I was fined in my absense. I plan to send them payment 'Accepted for Value'. I understand I need to send this to the issuer, but am unsure whether to send it to Manchester and Salford Magistrates' Court AND/OR the Ministry of Justice? I am new to the actual physical process of the paperwork and who to address it to. The court WILL NOT tell me anything, eg, the name of magistrate who issued the collection order (I intended on filing a lien against him for false administration of his oath), nor will they tell me who holds the position of Financial Director or similar senior position. I knew this wasn't/isn't going to be a walk in the park... any help as to whom to address my documents to will be most appreciated. Finally, does the addressed envelope containing the A4V have to have anything specific marked on it?
Thanks in advance and for taking the time to read.