Pages three and four of the interrogatories served on Shirley Carr on the 23rd of September 1996. Carr had unlawfully registered the land subject to case NE401650 on the 12th of July 1994. She had never made that known throughout the three and a half year proceedings. Though it was known that Carr had applied for registration of the land subject of case NE401650 in the circumstances that the matter was in court at the time Carr registered it at HM Land Registry on the 12th of July 1994 meant that she must have sworn something that omitted that fact. HM Land Registry will never register land or property whose title is in dispute especially when it is in the courts. To have made it known that she had already registered the land on the 12th of July 1994 so shortly after she commenced an action for my alleged trespass on the land would then have brought to light her fraud in the statements she makes in her replies to the interrogatories. It would also have brought to light that she had also used fraud to register the land. Her replies to the interrogatories are written on the same paper that they were served on her. The matter went to trial, albeit illegally on the 21st of October 1996. My and my father's (now my late father) statutory declarations sworn in support that we were the lawful owners of the land had been omitted from the judges bundles along with other documents that Carr had unlawfully prepared. Solicitor Alison Stott had a hand in that fraud.

Had Carr declared that she had already registered that land on the 12th of July then the only question in issue would have how she had been able to do that and that would have showed that she did it by means of fraud and the proceedings for it would have been simpler and would not have taken so long.


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