judgedredd wrote:And mrcrisp .... your info is referring to the stuff put put by David Clarence? I have looked at that info too. Pretty interesting. Thanks for your input.
I have not heard of David Clarence, but I shall look him up.
Another thing I would like to mention as honour and dishonour is very important is that to never deface a western Roman Document, writ, warrant, summons etc. I'm unsure if this would extend to bills, debt collectors etc.
Defacing a document is dishonourable. I don't think putting `private` instructions onto a `public` document will have any affect other than to dishonour the document. Which is why to bring public matters into the `private` one must annex a deed poll with instructions relating to the matter; Eg excercising claim of right or asking for a warrant/debt/judgement to be discharged in accordance with Executor instructions and the Law.
I have a lot to research to do still and difficulty trying to put into words what conclusions I can draw from it all.