copy of emails exchanged between me and mcol
Good afternoon Mr Blower,
Your email has been passed to me to respond to as a query by a member of staff. You have asked for the current status of your claim, as well as the details of how to make a complaint about a judge.
Your claim was struck out on 9th April 2014. You have since made an application in relation to the claim, which was referred to a DDJ for directions on 11th June 2014. This application was refused and an order to that effect was sent to you 27th June 2014. You then submitted a further application, but this was returned to you as you did not provide sufficient evidence in support of your application for fee remission. No further action has since taken place and your claim remains struck out.
I have included an extract of the complaints guidance provided HMCTS giving details of how to make a complaint about judicial conduct. The full leaflet is available at http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/ex343-eng.pdf.
If you feel that a decision made by a judge is incorrect, the proper course of action is to consider whether to appeal the decision. We cannot help you to decide this or resolve it through the administrative complaints process so we suggest you seek legal advice.
If you have a complaint about the way a tribunal judge or panel member, a court judge or magistrate has behaved towards you, you must lodge your complaint with the relevant office within three months from when this happened.
i) For judges sitting in Crown and County courts, High Court or Court of Appeal contact the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office, Room 81-82, Queen’s Building, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, WC2A 2LL, or email, *****@******.*** or make your complaint online at http://judicialconduct.judiciary.gov.uk/
If you have any further queries, please feel free to get in touch.
Customer Insight Team Leader
County Court Business Centre
Tel: 0300(###) ###-####/span>
I am not authorised to bind the Ministry of Justice contractually, nor to make representations or other statements which may bind the Ministry of Justice in any way via electronic means
From: Chris Blower [mailto:*****@******.***]
Sent: 30 March 2015 11:27
To: Ccmcc Customer Enquiries
To whom it may concern
I am advised to contact you in reference to the above claim, I have concerned as to the damaged status of my claim, through issue with the claim service.
I have changed the name of the defendant, as requested by the judges who assessed my case, the legal documents have been served correctly in accordance of the CPR. Only to find, after doing so, the judges then decide to deliberately block my claim.
This has raised serious concern over my equality and rights as well as my human rights.
Please clarify what the status of my claim is, and the details for making a complaint against a judge, in addition to what you are suggesting.
I was advised by my local county court that I had to issue proceedings via the MCOL service, the mcol service are suggesting different.
My whole claim appears to be getting contrived at every opportunity by the justice system, despite the fact I have followed direction.