Tag Archives: Decision Notice

Friday 14th September 2018 – I Have Just Received Post From HMCTS – Envelope Had NOT Been Sealed!

I have just received an item of post from HMCTS . The envelope had not been sealed!  It is either through luck, or diligent postal workers, that the paperwork was still in the envelope.  This isn’t the first time.  I … Continue reading

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Saturday 21st July 2018 – I Receive Benefit Decision Notice from David Kinnair (Head of Benefits at Birmingham City Council)

The latest bombshell arrived through my letterbox today, from David Kinnair (Head of Benefits at Birmingham City Council).  It states that I will only receive 50 pence per week for Housing Benefit, leaving me (& my son) to pay £99.88 per … Continue reading

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A Judicial Roll Call – Encompassing 3 Years of (mostly) Judicial Failure, re: My ChB 2nd Appeal

I thoroughly dissect, and heavily criticise Judge J. Verman’s STATEMENT OF REASONS, especially as some of her rationale is distinctly at odds with her reasoning in the 1st ChB Appeal, though it inexplicably finds in my Ex’s favour again.  Continue reading

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Tuesday 15th August 2017 – Same Judge Refuses To “Set Aside” Her Decision of 24/4/17 (Child Benefit 1st Appeal)

Why is the same Judge allowed to handle my “Set Aside” & UTO appeal request? If she’d done so, she would have been criticising her own original decision-making and incompetence. Where’s the oversight in all of this?  Continue reading

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