Anne Pearson writes to Damian Ogbonnaya, Hertfordshire County Council and Andy Bliss, the Chief Constable for Hertfordshire regarding Fraudulent Easement Agreements.
- Chorleywood Parish Council have registered the common with the Land Registry, but this has been done fraudulently as they should have shown ownership of the freehold, involving full disclosure of pre registration of Title Deeds.
- Chorleywood Parish Council will not be able to produce Title Deeds because they do not exist. Chorleywood Common was not of the Demense Lands of the Estate, but Common Land Waste of the area
I am writing on behalf of Mrs Melanie Gooch (formally of 4 Artichoke Dell, Chorleywood Common) with regard to a grant of easement made by Chorleywood Parish Council.
Mrs Gooch had to accept £10,000 below the property's value to allow for the fact that the new owner had to enter into a grant of easement with Chorleywood Parish Council, for which payment was taken, based on a percentage of the property's value.
This grant of easement (together with a further 31 easements) was fraudulent, since only the owner of a common can impose such agreements.
Chorleywood Parish Council claim that they own Chorleywood Common despite the fact that the person (Mr Batty) who supposedly gifted the common to the Chorleywood Urban District Council, had no pre registration of titles to the common and there is no mention of the land being of the demense lands of any lordship's estate. There is no evidence that Mr Batty owned the common.
Chorleywood Parish Council have registered the common with the Land Registry, but this has been done fraudulently as they should have shown ownership of the freehold, involving full disclosure of pre registration of Title Deeds.
The Land Registry Document (HD470736} consists of Grants, and not of Conveyance of Freehold Property. Such information, if legal, would be entered onto Title Deeds, and not on Land Registry Documents.
Section 41 of the 2006 Commons Act allows for all claims to be examined in Court, where full disclosure will be required.
Chorleywood Parish Council will not be able to produce Title Deeds because they do not exist. Chorleywood Common was not of the Demense Lands of the Estate, but Common Land Waste of the area, and therefore comes under Section 45 of the 2006 Commons Act.
Chief Constable of Hertfordshire, Andy Bliss
The only jurisdiction available to Herts County Council and Chorleywood Parish Council is outlined under the 1899 Commons Act, and this is only with regard to Air, Exercise and Recreation.
I look forward to hearing from you.
"Good on you Anne Pearson!"
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In every sphere of public life authority that is not vested in LA's/QUANGO'S/NGO'S is assumed,integrated and then becomes practice.Without challenges from those charged with maintaining lawfulness no accountability exists and the guilty parties extend their poisonous activities whilst ensuring that the public remain accountable for every minor misdeed but DO NOT have the resources or influence to change authoritarian wrong doing other than through huge personal sacrifice.
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