NOTICE of Non-acceptance
NOTICE TO AGENT IS NOTICE TO PRINCIPAL
NOTICE TO PRINCIPAL IS NOTICE TO AGENT
Dear Ian of the Wilson family,
Thank you for your letter received on the 6th of November 2010, however,
I am somewhat perplexed why you have sent me this information? I am fully aware of the local Government Finance Act 1992, as I have pointed out in previous Notices.
With all due respect to you, your legal departments shortcomings regarding this matter are not my concern. As you have already pointed out, Council tax is an ACT of parliament, thus becoming a STATUTORY INSTRUMENT,
For your information Please read very carefully:
CREATED, defined, or related to a statute: required by statute: conforming to a statute.
A WITTEN LEAGAL document such at a CONTRACT, lease, deed or will.
Once again, as I have told you before:
A LEGISLATIVE ROLE of SOCIETY given the FORCE of law by the CONSENT of the GOVERNED, a RULE as of CORPORATION.
Stevenage Borough Council is a corporation run for profit, and ALL concerned to any said corporation are bound together by CONTRACTS, there is NO such CONTRACT between myself the man, dominic of the de’layne family and the CORPORATION known as STEVENAGE BOROUGH COUNCIL.
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All the above information is FACT.
Your assertion that I have been” making payments towards this liability ” is not true as no such liability has been established, there is only Stevenage Borough Councils record of an outstanding balance on MR DOMINIC JAY DE’LATNES account and there is NO such bill that conforms to the definition of a bill of exchange according to the Bills of Exchange Act 1882 Chapter 61, Part II, Section 3(1)? that Exists between myself the man dominic of the de’layne family.
I have clearly stated to Stevenage Borough Council my intentions and my Lawful Rights under the Common Law of this Land and also under Article 61 of Magna Carta. It is therefore obvious that Stevenage Borough Council have disregarded ALL of my questions in previous Notices as stated on 8th October 2010. It is also clear that Stevenage Borough Councils attitude in regards to this matter are undoubtedly the indoctrinated policy that shapes their procedures.
Your recent letter therefore was just an attempt to contract and I am under no obligation to do so.
As this is Stevenage Borough Councils seconded attempt to contract, and that no further information or explanation regarding Council Tax was requested; I must therefore inform you once again that any further unsolicited, unauthorised communication will be charged to an, unauthorised communication fee schedule, £500 (FIVE HUNDRED POUND)
Sincerely without malice, ill will, vexation or frivolity
By: dominic: of the de’layne family
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