TGBMS: A Catalyst for a Very British Cause

The Great British Mortgage Swindle is finally finished. There, I said it. After nine long years of technical, physical and legal struggles, at the cost of three homes, ¬£6.3M worth of property and my formerly optimum health, the master of the film has now been delivered to its UK distributor, 101 Films, and the Theatrical, […]

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Magna Carta 2018: Restoration of Common Law

In TGBMS, we propose that the only remedy capable of righting the myriad of wrongdoings committed by government officers and the judiciary is a Grand Jury’s unilateral declaration annulling their purported jurisdiction to carry out their crimes against the people. However, we could argue all day about which remedy will put right the wrongdoings of […]

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Rectifying Miscarriages of Justice in A Rigged System

Over the course of the last ten years I have been involved in various and multiple legal proceedings involving financial institutions; sometimes as a claimant, other times as lay representaive or advocate for litigants-in-person; and very occasionally as a defendant. Thus far, the only defeats I have suffered, in or out of court, have been […]

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The Beginning of the End

I am, once more, the bearer of glad tidings for every one of Britain’s eleven million registered mortgage holders, which might well herald the beginning of the end for institutionalised mortgage fraud on these disunited isles. Today, the trustees of my family’s property trust received written confirmation from the Land Registry that we have shown […]

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#TGBMS: BOS in Fictitious Mortgage Arrears Shocker

For those who have been following my family property trust’s long-running legal battle with Bank of Scotland and its LPA Receivers over the past seven years [those who haven’t can read about it here], the direction of our case has taken a conversely unsurprising but unexpected turn, just when our adversaries thought we were finally […]

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#TGBMS: The Rigged System Strikes Back

At the stroke of noon today at the heart of the rigged system, a hearing of our appeal of a decision of the 1st Tier Tribunal of the Property Chamber [which upheld an appeal by a prospective buyer, challenging the Land Registry’s decision to uphold our legal objection to ownership of a property being transferred […]

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TGBMS: The Final Battle for Ashquorn House

As followers of my family’s eight year battle with Bank of Scotland and its LPA Receivers will already know, we have been fighting to prevent the fire-sale of a building called Ashquorn House in North Shields for the best part of the last four years. Having already had one void and illegal mortgage cancelled by […]

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