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County Court

PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 6:52 am
by ckaCraig:
Hi free people..
I have looked through the forums but can't find an answer for this: Is a County Court summons an invite that can be sent back "SERVICE NO REQUIRED" the same as a Magistrates Court?
I have a dirty cash and cheque company after me for a cheque I cashed (pay to me) but the cheque bounced, but it's not my bank account and I can't see how it's my responsibility.

Re: County Court

PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:10 am
by MikeThomas
Check the original terms & conditions of your contract with the Cheque cash-er. And remember: You accepted the check in good faith.......... and so did they! BUYER BEWARE!

Re: County Court

PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:15 pm
by ckaCraig:
MikeThomas wrote:Check the original terms & conditions of your contract with the Cheque cash-er. And remember: You accepted the check in good faith.......... and so did they! BUYER BEWARE!

Should I fight it you think?
Thanx for the reply

Re: County Court

PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:33 pm
by ckaCraig:
I have pet this together as my defence, please comment, really need some help here :love: :

My Defence:
I would like to enquire if the Judge of this Arbitration be a sworn in Judge and that this Judge will be performing under their the Oath of Service?

I do not see how Mr M Jenner believes I am in his debt.
Myself, and Mr M Jenner of Cash and Cheque Express, (a pawn company that deals in exchanging items of worth), and a Third person, a Credit Agent, all decided that the cheque be worth equal to £400 in cash, therefore the Three of us decided to exchange, my item, for the £400 cash.
Mr M Jenner and his Credit Agent were Satisfied with their decision to exchange.
Mr M Jenner made only One condition, that he keep 11% (£44) of the £400 for himself, I agreed, and so we contracted.

At no point during this exchange did Mr M Jenner ever mention/point out/inform me in any way, about any other terms and conditions, CLEARLY, if he had of done so, I would NOT have exchanged with him.

Mr M Jenner does not possess my exchanged item (the cheque). I would need my item of value to be returned to me for Mr M Jenner to make claim, If he does not posses this item then how can he claim I am in his debt.

I cannot be held accountable for Mr M Jenner and his accomplices mistakes and or errors of judgement.

The person whom the bank account belongs to, (Mr C Butler) has already made an offer in writing to Mr M Jenner, and the offer was rejected by Mr M Jenner.

In my opinion, Mr M Jenner appears to be employing Dishonour and Mischief in his promises.

Clearly, as anyone can see, Mr M Jenner makes false claim!

I would be willing to swear an affidavit upon these statements.

Without Prejudice, name: name

Re: County Court

PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 5:41 pm
by MikeThomas
You'll need to collate all your evidence and submit it to the court. You'll also need a statement from Mr C. Butler and an agreement from him that he will attend court as your witness. This is because a statement is no good without the human being in court to be cross examined about it.

So, no court appearance = no statement read into evidence (it becomes hearsay)

As for the 'exchanged item', I think you're spot on with that. If they want their money back then they have to return your goods/chattels and it surprises me that they haven't :thinks:

Re: County Court

PostPosted: Sun Aug 28, 2011 2:15 am
by idmolcom
ckaCraig: wrote:Hi free people..
I have looked through the forums but can't find an answer for this: Is a County Court summons an invite that can be sent back "SERVICE NO REQUIRED" the same as a Magistrates Court?
I have a dirty cash and cheque company after me for a cheque I cashed (pay to me) but the cheque bounced, but it's not my bank account and I can't see how it's my responsibility.


You young man are an IDIOT.

Go to SpecSavers and have your eyes tested.
Then get some counselling. Buffoon!

By your own mouth you have admitted that you
committed fraud.

You have been mischievous in your business
dealings. A gigantic NO NO in common law.

In admiralty I would make you walk the plank.

Do not be so thick, you were caught with your
pants down. Hard Cheese as they say.

Take the time , perhaps it will allow you to
gain a fresh perspective on what being a
FREEMAN is.

idmolcom.