Threadkiller wrote:I've been doing the "travelling" thing now for over 6 months, it's going well too, because you're building the bike yourself it's yours, you own it and all the rights to it because you built it with your own hands, it has never been nor will be involved in a contract with ANY government agency so here's what to do...
1) Notify the police you're going to be doing this, tell them (by copying and pasting into your letter) that you know about their oath of office and you accept it to be legitimate...then tell them that anything outside the scope of their oath is an offer to contract, tell them in advance you NEVER want to contract with them unless YOU approach THEM and ask for a SERVICE (contract).
2) Do the same with the DVA, they don't have oaths but the contract bit is true.
3) Do the same with the clampers...all of them, I know it's expensive to do but for peace of mind just do it.
In all your letters give them 7 days to reply with "proof of claim to the contrary" after the 7 days is up (give it 9 days all in) send them a letter stating the following "With the postmaster general as my witness I am serving you with a notice of estoppel, this means you, by default, have entered into a contract on MY terms which are :- (state your terms) if you breach this contract I will sue you in the queens bench division of the high court for no less than £30,000 (or whatever you want, just don't rip the arse out of it)"
MAKE SURE ALL YOUR LETTERS ARE SENT REGISTERED OR ELSE YOU CANNOT PROVE YOU EVER SENT THEM.
Ps. Diesel bike? Bit noisy but economical...nice work.
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