some people had there cattle seized by trading standards on the 19 of april this year I went to court and got position of the cattle after 4 months I had nearly all the cattle brought to my farm except for the ones that died in there care and eight that wernt tagged on the day they were taken but did have paper work trading standards decided in October to go to Bristol crown court to get the right to buy the remaining cattle it was agreed that they could buy the cattle at a independent valuers value for the 19 of april . the trading standards sent the valuer the information needed to value the cattle but said the cattle didn't have any paperwork there but they did on the 19 of april the paperwork wasn't taken of these cattle till august
by giving information knowing it may not be true so they can buy the cattle at a much reduced rate coursing financial loss to the farmer
this was not a negotiation the judge ruled that a valuer was to be given all the information ie pictures videos and they were to be valued as they stood on the 19 of april this year.
The day the cattle were seized they had documentation but were not tagged and the trading standards officer has sent the information to the valuer saying that the cattle didn't have passports but on the 19/4/13 they did it wasn't till august that the documentation was taken from the cattle from what I can gather it says in the 2006 sections 2 and 3 it is fraud to send information thay you know may not be true that could course monetary loss to person or financial gain to themselves
sorry about the spelling
the fraud is giving information knowing it may not be true to buy the cattle at below market value its says in the fraud act 2006 that it is an offence to give information knowing it may not be true to make financial gain or course loss to another person