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..