D.V.L.A

D.V.L.A

Postby knightron » Thu Jul 21, 2011 10:43 am

Hi Guys..I have been searching for a few days now..(Probably in the wrong place) trying to find D.V.L.A. 's company registration number. My Budddy is in court tomorrow and we are going down the route of the Magistrates having no jurisdiction as it is a civil matter..Need to find company number , does any one here have any Ideas please?
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Re: D.V.L.A

Postby holy vehm » Thu Jul 21, 2011 11:48 am

My only suggestion is to try companies house.
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Re: D.V.L.A

Postby pedawson » Thu Jul 21, 2011 11:55 am

Call and ask, by law they have to tell you.
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Re: D.V.L.A

Postby kevin » Thu Jul 21, 2011 12:20 pm

and please post it up if you get it
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Re: D.V.L.A

Postby knightron » Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:39 pm

I refer to your response to my request for information regarding
the nature of the corporate entity of DVLA, or Driver Vehicle
Licensing Agency if you prefer. I note that you offer that DVLA is
NOT a corporate entity and is purely an Executive Agency of the
Department of Transport (the trading agency of DoT?). Note that I
have checked with Dunn & Bradstreet and Duport, who both seem to
have you recorded as a company/business, and a number of DVLA
branches are also defined by D&B as companies. Duport offers your
company/business number as UC5320022. I have also referred to
publicly available literature from your corporate IT provider, IBM,
who seem to also think you are a company catering for the business
needs of your 'customers'. I quote "Thus DVLA will become still
more responsive to changing policy, stakeholder and customer
needs." Please provide information and written reference defining
the legal or lawful use of the term 'customer' with regards to the
business that you do to assist me in this FOI request as it may
help shed some further light on the matter?


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Re: D.V.L.A

Postby knightron » Fri Jul 22, 2011 11:58 am

Some very interesting things happened in court this morning.
Once in court Wayne asked who the Magistrates represented and was not given an answer, he asked who was bringing the case against him in a Criminal court..
Again they could not answer him...
He actually bumped into a soilicitor from Swans (Pontefract)..lol Oh dear.! "HERE MATE IS THIS HERE AN INVITATION TO ATTEND OR IS IT A SUMMONSE?".The solicitor answered".Well technically its a invitation".. ahahahhah Gotcha.!

So they said he was legally obliged to fill in a means form so they could establish how much he could afford to pay em..so Wayne says.."Pay you for what? and to whom am I required to pay anything to?" again they could not answer him.

The matter has been adjourned till August.when he will be filing a claim for harassment and illegal threats and demanding money with menaces.

Also last night for my own peace of mind I sent an E-mail to the D.V.L.A. press office to ask if they are indeed a company..(see below)..If indeed D.V.L.A. is part of the Crown, every single case brought against folk would be null and void, as it would be held in court of Law under Crown jurisdiction, and as such would create a conflict of interest..
Thats what we are heading in on next time.;)

We are looking forward to the next episode of this farce known as criminal justice...ahahahah

knightron.. :shake: :grin: :hug:


From: David Whitbread <David.Whitbread@dvla.gsi.gov.uk>
Date: 22 July 2011 11:34
Subject: RE: D.V.L.A Company registration number..
To: "knightron"


Dear Knightron,



The DVLA does not have a company registration number. Also, as part of the crown, we do not have public liability insurance.



Best regards,



David



David Whitbread

Press Office

Corporate Affairs Directorate

D16

DVLA

E-mail: david.whitbread@dvla.gsi.gov.uk

GTN: 1213 8292

Telephone: 0300 123 0791

Out of hours: 0300 123 2407


From: knightron
Sent: 21 July 2011 14:29
To: Press Office
Subject: D.V.L.A Company registration number..



Dear sir/ madam

Could you please inform me of the Company registration number of D.V.L.A. please.
and Also the Public Liability insurer.
Thank you..Kind regards..
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Re: D.V.L.A

Postby kevin » Fri Jul 22, 2011 12:24 pm

knightron wrote:
I refer to your response to my request for information regarding
the nature of the corporate entity of DVLA, or Driver Vehicle
Licensing Agency if you prefer. I note that you offer that DVLA is
NOT a corporate entity and is purely an Executive Agency of the
Department of Transport (the trading agency of DoT?). Note that I
have checked with Dunn & Bradstreet and Duport, who both seem to
have you recorded as a company/business, and a number of DVLA
branches are also defined by D&B as companies. Duport offers your
company/business number as UC5320022. I have also referred to
publicly available literature from your corporate IT provider, IBM,
who seem to also think you are a company catering for the business
needs of your 'customers'. I quote "Thus DVLA will become still
more responsive to changing policy, stakeholder and customer
needs." Please provide information and written reference defining
the legal or lawful use of the term 'customer' with regards to the
business that you do to assist me in this FOI request as it may
help shed some further light on the matter?


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Thanks to Stubbadub :shake: :hug: over at the UK Column for finding this little Gem.. :cheer: :clap:


This is a section of the question not the answer! D&B and Duport can not be relied upon as truth, they list companies and government bodies with numbers so people can reference them, you need to ask companies house of the government body itself about numbers.

they're trying to rubber stamp you in court, don't let them!!.
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