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  2. I am currently making a stand on this point. I have asked to see deed of assignment but it is not forthcoming. This is re. Mortgage sold to another mortgage company. I feel that the judges are all aware of the fraud that is going on with the deed of assignment not being available and if it is, it’s not in legal/lawful correct format. Judges do not want to take the blame for creating an influx of new claims or setting a precident etc so they just throw it out. By doing this, they become part of the fraud. What can we do with this corrupt system? I am aware of the Lord denning case where he said we were entitled to see it but other judges appear to ignore his decision?

  3. My case is the same and judge has ordered producement of doa and has adjourned case for 4 weeks. So I will have to wait to find out what happens?

    • All Judges are operating in commerce, they have no protection under their oath of office, put them on notice before entering the court that they are liable in their full private capacity under unlimited liability, that fraud can be brought back at anytime, find their full born name, and address your notice as something like John Smith trading as Lord Smith etc. Carry a copy notice with you with blank spaces for judges names, as it is not uncommon for Judges put on the spot to put someone else in his/her place. Fill in the spaces (should this happen) and go to the clerk’s office have them copy and stamp your notice retiring the copy to you and handing the original to any new presiding judge.

  4. i won my case last year because i had asked for the deeds… it came to local court as i requested(i didn’t get asked to appear) judge struck out the case on the basis that deeds had not been produced..Currently i am going through another similar case… and i have been told the case is “stayed indefinitely ” for want of the deeds…does this mean i can have this hanging over me forever? no clear battle has been won as in the first case.

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