@MoJGovUK When Court Orders are Void. What ‘fundamental defects’ do we find?

Source: @MoJGovUK When Court Orders are Void. What ‘fundamental defects’ do we find?
In my case I have documented proof that Francis Mostyn Solicitors had settled the matter of our parent’s Estate in a High Court Order issued in the High Court Chancery Division. Then breaching statute and PD & CPR started proceedings in the Slough County Court in the matter of the Estate of a deceased person which is outside the jurisdiction, and failed to comply with PD 2..2. This action is void from the outset. The Senior Court Act 1981;The Chancery Division are assigned all causes and matters relating to— (d) the administration of the estates of deceased persons. PD 2.1. A claim form and all subsequent court documents relating to a probate claim must be marked at the top ‘In the estate of [name] deceased (Probate)’. And
P.D. 2.2 The claim form must be issued out of –
(1) Chancery Chambers at the Royal Courts of Justice; or
(2) one of the Chancery district registries;
The High Court (Tomlin) Order HC980247 dated 1st March 2002 finally disposed of the contentious probate matter in accordance with PD 57 & CPR. The action continued outside the jurisdiction of the Chancery Division making court Orders in fraudulent claims in an abuse of process over more than thirteen years to obtain a High Court Order to evict my son & I from my privately owned house to force its sale to pay for proceedings that were unlawfull from the start.
The Matter proceeds..

About obsesiverights

Retired London Firefighter. Six years service in Army 1962-1968. Joined London Fire Brigade in 1968, retired in 1997 due to service injury. I have experienced criminal conduct of solicitors using the courts processes for the purpose of crime, and found grounds to prove how this progressed to expose serious couruption of Public Authorities.
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