Subject: Someone (on this list) is trying this out
From: Veronica
Date: 11/4/14 2:50 pm
To: undisclosed-recipients:;

Dear Sirs,

I'm writing to tell you to remit the Council Tax <ref> demand in full under the provision - in your Regulations - that allows for this. The reason is because your demand is ILLEGAL AND UNLAWFUL under the British Constitution's Bill of Rights 1689.  This means that pursuing any amount of your demand would constitute a CRIMINAL ACT on your part.


I give you fourteen (14) days to act under that provision and write back confirming that you have remitted the full amount.

Please note: If you need to 'pay for Local Services', then I suggest you tell the Government to re-issue Bradbury-style Treasury Notes, according. It is, after all, their job. And always was.

Sincerely, without vexation, ill-will or frivolity,

Peaceful Inhabitant
Without any admission of any liability for anything whatsoever, and with all Natural, Fundamental, Indefeasible Rights reserved.

The most likely possibility is that they will write back an RSSB (Robotic Statement of Statutory Bollox).

To which, my suggested response would be:

Dear Sirs,

I'm writing in response to your letter of the <date>.

Please explain, in clear, concise, words, how your demand does not – fundamentally - constitute a forfeit on my part?

Alternatively, please cite the Case Reference of a lawful conviction that has occurred, at some point in the past, allowing the Law-of-the-Land to demand this, specific, forfeit from me.

As a final alternative, you are fully entitled to write back admitting that you have made a genuine, honest, mistake in making your demand. That you will immediately correct that mistake by removing all my details from your Accounting System, and we will say no more about this mistake.

I give you seven (7) days to write back with your admission.

Absent you talking any of the above alternatives, and proceeding in any way with a mistake, will give me the grounds to initiate a Private Criminal Prosecution against you for Misconduct in Public Office (maximum penalty = life imprisonment should a Jury find you guilty), Negligence, Public Nuisance, and Perverting the Court of Justice. You will need to defend yourself against the Bill of Rights 1689, which has stood, in Law, for 325 years.

Those are Common Law crimes, not Statutory offences. Consequently there is no Statutory Time Limit, and the Common Law applies to you, individually, as a responsible Human Being with a Duty of Care to all others. In other words and in short, your status as an Employee would not constitute any defence, because you are expected, as an adult, to be able to determine right from wrong. (If you can't do that, you obviously should not be attempting to do your job).

Sincerely, without vexation, ill-will or frivolity,

Peaceful Inhabitant
Without any admission of any liability for anything whatsoever, and with all Natural, Fundamental, Indefeasible Rights reserved.

 

Vxxx