I went to see my Notary on friday afternoon to get a document Notarised, it was a Notice of Invalid Claim / Void Order, this document is a bit of an FU to the County Court following a recent return of goods hearing whereby I was ordered (questionnable as 2 weeks later the order has not arrived in the post) to return to goods. During the hearing, the Judge had ignored all the facts and evidence which clearly showed that there wasn't a binding / executed agreement AND that the Claimant had commited so many acts of fraud/perjury/contempt of court in bringing a false claim and in their signing of 2 very false statements of truth, not to mention all the omissions. I told the Judge at the end of that hearing that the order was void and that it would not be obeyed (didn't word it quite that politely)
Anyway, back to the Notary. He quite liked my document, in fact, he's liked all the documents I've asked him to Notarise so far (the other 2 were Notarised Notice of Defaults, which interestingly appear to be having an impact as both matters are currently in the court), as it was friday afternoon and he was obviously looking forward to finishing time, we had a really nice chat, he's a big fan of Lord Denning and was refering to the many Lord Denning quotes relating to void orders which I referenced in my Notice. We got on to the subject of Promissory Notes and Bills of Exchange (he does Notarise them) anyway, long story short, I talked him through what I have done with HSBC and Natwest, and he confirmed that what I did was 100% legit, although he cringed when I told him what HSBC and Natwest did, and he agreed that they have made grave errors.
Once I have dealt with the few annoying matters that are currently on my plate having been thrust on me, taking up so much of my time over the last 3 weeks, I will be focusing entirely on HSBC and Natwest, by the end, I will be a very rich man and will take you all out for a drink
Let's just hope the banking system doesn't collapse before I can collect.