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Sunday, 22 April 2012

"Common Law - Admiralty Law - And Your Straw Man" Part 20

"The BBC & Licensing - You 'MUST' Buy One"

"Another Great Deception"


Before we start this posting, we would like the reader to know, and acknowledge, that anything in this posting is "NOT" Legal Advice, and should "NOT" be perceived as such. Everything written here is merely our own theory.

Please also note, that anyone using these tactics or copying what we have done here, "MUST" know how to defend themselves properly in a courtroom. Lawyer's and Judges have a wealth of knowledge and trickery to get you to consent to their codes of practice, thereby rendering you liable to their penalties after you have been coaxed into giving up your "Inalienable Rights".
"Common Law is the greatest protection anyone has against tyrannical Government and injustice. The States of Jersey have trampled the Law of the land into the dirt."
  
"The Great Deception"

Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man,







A Letter To Licensing

TV Licensing got my back up by threatening to send the ‘boys’ round. I wrote them a strongly worded Notice in which I removed their implied right of access to my door.

Note:
You must also remember that you can refuse any corporation access to your door, Viscounts Department, Bailiffs, Debt Collectors, anyone. They have no right to trespass after you have given them notice of this, even if accompanied by the police.

Their reply confirmed that they would not be bothering me again "for almost two years", but they still wanted information in the future.

They go on to say that "it's our duty to ensure that everyone in the UK who needs a license has one". Well fine, but nobody actually "DOES" need one unless they have a lawfully signed two party contract with the BBC stating that they agree to buy one. Funny how they never mentioned that!

"REMEMBER"
No one is 'OBLIGED' to purchase a BBC TV License for a signal they did not ask for!
Just another 'STATUTE SCAM' they pulled on you.


Notice Of Removal Of Implied Right Of Access

Dear BBC,


You seem to have some egregious presumptions and misconceptions, please let me educate you.

TV LICENSING is a Limited Liability Company, a legal fiction, a dead thing, without flesh and blood or a mind and not blessed with a soul. I, on the other hand, am a living breathing man, flesh and blood blessed with a mind and a soul. I operate with unlimited liability.

If you do your due diligence at Law, you will find that your Company has no right to talk or correspond with me, absent my consent, and certainly cannot have a claim upon a man or woman.

Now you have been made aware of these facts, I strongly recommend you investigate the above, because in your capacity as an agent of TV Licensing, failure to do so is gross negligence which is equaling to fraud, and I do not take too kindly to fraud.

If your company does not want me to receive it’s signal, I suggest you "STOP" sending me one.

As for your records, they are of no concern to me, though I would advise you make a note not to send me any more correspondence "EVER" again. Should you fail to heed my advice I will lay out my fee schedule in case of your non compliance.

FEE SCHEDULE

To dispose of your unwanted correspondence;
£1,000.00 (one thousand) Great British Pounds Sterling, per item.

To speak or otherwise converse with any agent of TV Licensing
£1,000.00 (one thousand) Great British Pounds Sterling, per minute or part thereof.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.


The Response




Below is some advice on how to deal with
Bailiffs and Debt Collectors

To download either of the notices (in the blue tabs) you will need to sign up with the website, which I can assure you is utterly trusted, and FREE. You may have to wait for up to two days for them to accept you, if you can't wait you may make a small donation to speed up the process. The link is directly below....


Dealing with Bailiffs

Bailiff Notice
Commercial bailiffs, who will be sending you lots of letters, whilst rarely visiting your property; have far fewer powers than court bailiffs and can be sorted out with a few documents and a simply procedure.
First, print out this Notice of Removal of Implied Right of Access and laminate it, then place this notice at the entrance of your property. Should the bailiff ignore it he will be trespassing on your property.
Notice of Removal of Implied Right of Access

Download Notice in MS Word here
If you receive a letter from a bailiff company, immediately send them the a version of the Notice below.
Download Notice in MS Word here

If you are expecting bailiffs to visit and you don't know who is at the door, then don't open it when somebody knocks. Ask, through a window or the mailbox (or just shout through the door) and ask who it is. If they reply that are from the Council or some other authority or body, ask exactly who they are and what their business is with you. If they are a bailiff or other undesired person, say, "Just a moment, please" and go out of the back door locking it behind you and go to meet them by the front door, taking with you a clipboard, a note pad and a camera.
If there is more than one of them, do the following for each person; ask them again, writing down all the answers, who they are employed by who they are an agent for.  Ask to see their ID and write down everything on it - ask if they mind you taking a photograph of it and do so, then ask for the following:
  • their bailiff's certificate number.
  • which court certificated them.
  • what their business is
  • a full breakdown of their fees
  • to see their warrant
  • if they mind you taking a photograph of it and do so.
  • if they have a Walking Possession Order; if so, ask them to hold it for you while you take a photograph. (Don't take hold of it if he offers it to you?)
  • ask them to complete and sign for your records, the template letter confirming their attendance on your property.  When completed, post it through your mailbox.
  • ask if they saw the notice at the front gate - the Notice of Removal of Implied Right of Access
Take note if it has a court stamp and/or the signature of an agent of the court.
Take a photograph of them with your front door in the background.
Tell them politely and kindly that they have committed the statutory offence of trespass, because they have failed to comply with your notice and you will be pursuing damages in court.
If their warrant did not have either a court stamp or the signature of a court official or both then tell them politely and kindly that it is invalid and why.
Do NOT sign the Walking Possession Order or any other document offered to you by the bailiff.
Do NOT confirm your name or identity.
Do NOT admit the debt.
As they depart go with them and take photographs of them leaving your property (ideally with the notice in the background)
You then have the evidence to pursue them in the County Court and need to take a small claim against them.

5 comments:

  1. Little caveman in the snowApril 23, 2012 5:35 am

    Great info and that link leads to wonderful and intriguing website packed full of useful goodies, Bang on the button Ian sir, a credit too you indeed.

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  2. Hi Ian

    Just a quick question,how should i write my letter and who and where should i send it to? Great blog!

    Thanks

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  3. Hi Sandra,

    what I did was to cancel my direct debit then waited to hear from them. Do that first and wait to see what horseshit they come back with!

    No doubt they will tell you that "YOU MUST" arrange another direct debit with them.

    Remember that they are a corporation and cannot make demands of men and women without our consent, all they can hit you with is an OFFER, nothing else. All we need to do is decline their offer.

    Remember that the word "MUST" is synonymous with the word "MAY".

    Let me know how you get on, and make sure you read all the postings in this series from 1 to 20, you need to learn the rules.

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  4. TV Licensing,
    Bristol BS98 1AT,
    England, U.K

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