it says you need more information but there was no question…..
so presume you are taking time to reply
it was the chamber president of the first tier tribunal in case before him so quiet senior and he is also a judge of the Upper tribunal
so bound I think by any high court or appeal or higher case law
thank you and helpful all i need is some proof of this - is there a case, or a statute or how do you come to this position. what is the proof - what is the principle called for example, where is it found.
I just need some proof.
Well you say its like this but the other side says its not.
So I would like to say under common law
or in case XYZ
or by action 13 b of statute x
any court can refer an apparent crime to the police or any relevant authority for example if there was fraud by a bank the courts can refer it for investigation to the Financial services authority.
I want to make sure there is a power of referral not just to the police but to any relevant body - the issue is the power of the courts to refer.
thanks for all this
Well not sure if I can make it clearer - you say there is a power of referral
I say for example you are wrong - not there is not - so you have to prove it. Say every citizen in the land has the power to refer judges included.
or judges cannot as its not within their remit
Is there any rule which says a judge cannot refer as its outside his remit - e.g. its a civil court or whatever
on what do you base your reply - some proof or reason
ok just on what basis do you say this - is it common law or what.
there must be a reason why you say Any tribunal can make a referral to the police or other authority if minded to do so.
why do you?
Uk solicitor JA I would prefer to use you in future.
The barrister did not even use the term inherent soI think that you have answered my question not the barrister.
and am happy the fee goes to you not the barrister
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