Friday, May 22, 2015

Malicious intent? Single Homeless Project leave themselves until close of business today to comply with court order

Part 1 (6 May 2015): High Court Pre-Action Letter: Principal Solicitor for the Mayor of London's Greater London Authority threatens us with eviction by falsely accusing us of refusing support

Malicious Intent Law - Legal Definition

Malicious intent refers to the intent, without just cause or reason, to commit a wrongful act that will result in harm to another. It is the intent to harm or do some evil purpose.

Following Declan's win against the Single Homeless Project in the Central London County Court on 8 May, we received this misaddressed and misdated letter from the charity's second in command two days ago:

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Related Post (28 December 2014): Heavey v Single Homeless Project: Will the Central London County Court rule we consented to declarations for online referral that we are paying our own salaries and that we are both mentally ill, and despite our photographic evidence to the contrary?

SHP only have until close of business today to comply with District Judge Brooks' order. Earlier this week, Declan phoned Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service to enquire about the sealed order that DJ Brooks assured him he would receive within two working days. He was told that the file was still with the Judge, however if need be we have this unsealed order to file in the High Court next week against the Greater London Authority (GLA):

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By close of business last Wednesday, Greater London Authority Principal Solicitor Anna Condliffe had breached the pre-action protocol for judicial review by failing to respond to Declan's pre-action letter dated 6 May 2015. Perhaps a High Court judge will have to order compliance with procedural law before this solicitor, acting on behalf of the Mayor of London, retracts her misconceived threat to have us evicted from our home.

Related Post (5 November 2014): High Court rules that the Mayor of London bears no responsibility for his Greater London Authority (GLA) Housing First Programme