#TGBMS: Check Mate

Not for the first time, I am the bearer of extraordinarily good news, in relation to my family’s long-running battle with Bank of Scotland and its LPA Receivers, who have enjoyed the protection of a mafia-style judiciary, the complicity of their unscrupulous legal representatives and the refusal of two chief land registrars to remove numerous […]

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TGBMS: CAMERAS ARE THE NEW PITCHFORKS

The Crawford Affair: A Rigged Game. One consequence of rigging the game, whether it be via a casino table, the fixing of elections or by a ‘Court’ system that is designed to deny justice, is that, eventually, the swindle will be revealed and understood by so many it will be impossible to sustain. If we […]

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#TGBMS: The Beginning of The End

For the benefit of all void mortgagors, here is a summary of the Section 1(3) Point & the unenforceable Power of Attorney clause in the unenforceable mortgage conditions. The date of mortgage execution is the date of signature, when the deed [the “it” in section 1(3) of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989] […]

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The Dawn of the Bankster Apocalypse

As many of the people who follow my posts already know, I am currently engaged in fighting one of the most clear cases of judicial collusion I have ever witnessed, over the claim of fraud upon the court which the trustees of my family’s property trust served [along with particulars] in the of Autumn last […]

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The Toll of Eviction

In the summer of 1987, on the morning before my A level History exam, I oversaw the removal of all my family’s property from our home, in a leafy village in the north of Bernicia. We had been served a notice of eviction by the Official Receiver who was appointed by the High Court my […]

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UK Mortgage Fraud: A Common Law Remedy

This UK-centric process is not for the faint-hearted or those looking for a quick-fix. If you not in default but have gleaned sufficient knowledge to know that you have been duped, conned and/or misled, then you might consider taking the following course of action against your mortgage bandit, whose entire modus operandi is to get you […]

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Banksterbusters Playlist

Below are the relevant sections from the 1996 Court of Appeal decision in UBK v Sahib & others, which demonstrate beyond doubt that in the absence of a mortgage contract that contains all of the terms and conditions of the agreement and the signatures of both the mortgagor [the alleged borrower] and the mortgagee [the […]

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Void Court Orders

By Shirley Lewald, Solicitor Advocate Higher Rights (Civil and Criminal Courts), MSc (Psych), PGDip (SocSc), PGCPSE, LLB (Hons). The interesting and important nature of a ‘void’ order of a Court is not fully understood and appreciated in England and this article is written to assist the understanding of a ‘void’ order and to assist legal […]

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Fraud Vitiates Everything

All England Law Reports/1956/Volume 1 /Lazarus Estates Ltd v Beasley – [1956] 1 All ER 341   [1956] 1 All ER 341   Lazarus Estates Ltd v Beasley     COURT OF APPEAL   DENNING, MORRIS AND PARKER LJJ     12, 13, 24 JANUARY 1956   Rent Restriction – Repairs increase – Landlord’s declaration […]

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Void Charge Removed from the Register

Garguilo v Jon Howard Gershinson & Anr [2012] EWLandRA 2011_0377 (06 January 2012) We are pleased to welcome solicitor and partner Anis Waiz of Mohindra Maini LLP as he continues his critical review of current case law. Here, Anis examines Garguilo v Jon Howard Gershinson (2) Louisa Brooks Joint Fixed Charge Receivers of Desmond Daniel […]

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Mercury Tax Group v HMRC

Neutral Citation Number: [2008] EWHC 2721 (Admin) Case No: CO/936/2008 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION ADMINISTRATIVE COURT Royal Courts of Justice Strand, London, WC2A 2LL 13/11/2008 B e f o r e : THE HONOURABLE MR JUSTICE UNDERHILL ____________________ Between: The Queen on the Application of (1) Mercury Tax Group Limited […]

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Statutory Law of UK Mortgages

Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 The Section 1(3) Argument and the Estoppel Issue Section 1 (3) of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 provides  that: “An instrument is validly executed as a deed by an individual if, and only if, (a) it is signed – (i) by him in the presence […]

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“Sahib” Times Law Report

UNITED BANK OF KUWAIT V SAHIB & OTHERS (1996) Times, 13 February Deposit of deeds does not create charge COURT OF APPEAL Published 13 February, 1996 Before Lord Justice Leggatt, Lord Justice Peter Gibson and Lord Justice Phillips Judgment February 2, 1996 Section 2 of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989, which provided […]

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Unenforceable Charges

BLUNDELL LECTURES – 34TH ANNUAL SERIES THE ENFORCEABILITY AND UNENFORCEABILITY OF CHARGES OVER LAND – PART I HAVE I GOT A CHARGE? Introduction 1. The overriding theme of this year’s Blundell Lectures is dictated by the economy. Do I have to pay? Can I get out of paying? Can I sue the guarantor? These are […]

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The “English” Law of Representative Actions

CLASS ACTIONS: REINVENTING THE WHEEL CIVIL JUSTICE COUNCIL COLLECTIVE ADDRESS EVENT THEOBALD’S PARK: 26 – 27 MARCH 2008   Introduction 1. Imagine you’ve hitched a ride with David Tennant (something which might appeal more to some than others) and he’s taken you back to 1904. He could take you anywhere, to see anyone, but you […]

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The English Law of Liens

Extracts from Halsbury’s Laws of England, widely regarded within the legal profession as ‘the bible of English Law’. 701. Types. The concept of lien in the simple sense of a legal right to keep possession of property until a claim has been met and has been extended to cover a number of analogous rights. Liens […]

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The Law of Banking

The following is a series of extracts from Paget’s Laws of Banking, 1904. SECURITIES FOR ADVANCES The Banker’s Lien APART from any special security, the banker can look to his general lien as a protection against loss on loan or overdraft. The general lien of bankers is part of the law merchant and judicially recognised […]

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A Promise to Pay

Contrary to every day usage of bills of exchange, all money is debt.Since all forms of legal currency since the abolition of the gold and silver standards are nothing more than a promise to pay the bearer the value of the pledge, as evidenced by every bank note currently in public circulation, it is easy […]

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Cometh the Moment…

“Whoever may be guilty of abuse of power, be it Government, State, Employer, Trade Union or whoever, the law must provide a speedy remedy. Otherwise the victims will find their own remedy.” Alfred Thompson “Tom” Denning, 23 January 1899 – 5 March 1999. Over the course of the last four years I have watched the […]

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