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Erroneous Application Notice: E35YM660

Erroneous Application Notice: E35YM660

 

from:    Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

to:          "Central London County, Enquiries" <Enquiries.centrallondon.countycourt@justice.gov.uk>

date:     26 Mar 2024, 18:36

subject:               Erroneous Application Notice: E35YM660

mailed-by:         gmail.com

 

The Central London County Court

 

Dear Sir/Madam

 

I am of now increasingly of the view having considered the manner in which the Hearing of the 20 January 2023 10 00 am was delayed and then suddenly announced as what I claimed to be a POISONED CHALICE to my psychotherapist Jill Jesson that some normalcy (Refer: TIME TO RESTORE NORMALCY-digital.pdf) needs to be brought into these proceedings. I do not recall what is stated in the Notice of Hearing attached is what is correct, namely that 'The hearing of the claimant's application dated 23.06.2022' Some miscreants in the Court must have conjured this up to terrorise me.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619

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TIME TO RESTORE NORMALCY

 

Author: Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

 

Publisher: The Conservative Libertarian Publications Limited

Companies House Number 13489581

 

ISBN Number: 978-1-7385678-5-0

 

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This and that Tom there is never any closure.

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from:    Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

to:          Central London DJSKEL <centrallondondjskel@justice.gov.uk>

cc:         Jessica Da Costa <jessica.dacosta@governmentlegal.gov.uk>

date:     21 Mar 2024, 22:47

subject:               THE ADJOURNED HEARING OF 20 JANUARY 2023 IN CLAIM E35YM660

mailed-by:         gmail.com

 

To

The Circuit Judge

Central London County Court

 

Your Honour

 

The final pieces of the jigsaw have fallen into place this evening so that there is no need to wait for the attached Hearing (CenLonCtyCrtNOTICE OF HEARING OF APPLICATION.pdf) to be resumed to consider my Claim of £100 million in damages and compensation from the Treasury of the United Kingdom; the details that I have journalistically uncovered as linked here:

 

 

Hence, the summary as is appropriate linked here: Shantanu, see how much you could borrow (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com) https://www.knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com/post/shantanu-see-how-much-you-could-borrow  

 

Your Honour ,I have paid £432 in Court Fees to HMCTS for this Appeal Hearing, and would expect the Judicial process to consider the matter without any further delay because procrastination is the thief of time.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619

 

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Notice of Hearing of Application

 

In the County Court at

Central London

Claim Number E35YM660

Date      13 December 2022

 

DR SHANTANU PANIGRAHI      1st Claimant

Ref

MRS THERESA MAY - PRIME MINISTER OF THE UNITED KINGDOM       1st Defendant

Ret Z I S19776/M MX HO19

 

The hearing of the claimant's application dated 23.06.2022

 

will take place at 10:00 AM on the 20 January 2023 at the County Court at Ce1‘itral London, Thorn as fi4(Jl‘£‘ Building, Royal Courts Of Justice, Strand, London, WC2A 2LL.

 

Tinge estimate 1 hour IN PERSON before a Circuit Judge

 

LISTING POLICY: The court's listing policy is determined by the senior judge and implemented by sta 11’ in accordafice with his directions. Yotir case may not be allocated to a judge until the day o I’ the laeai ing, and ma have to wait in the unassigned list until a judge becomes available to hear it. Every effort will be made to cnsrn c that your case is heard at this or another convenient court. Jf it is not possible to provide a judge to hear yorll’ case, the court and Her Majesty's Court and Tribunal Service will not be responsible for any costs incurred in the absence of any departure from listing policy due to maladministration.

 

Pai'ties should be aware that this case way be one of several cases that have been listed to commence at this lime This may iiiean that your case will not be called immediately at the time scheduled, but may be 1aeai'd later in the day. We will try to ensure that if your case is listed in the morning it is heard by 1 pm and if your case is fiercer ii i the afternoon it is heard by 4pm. In some circumstances it is possible that your hearing could overrun. h'oii and any witnesses should therefore be available until the end of these periods or even later.

 

If there are special reasons why this is inconvenient you may make a short notice application to a circuit judge to› adjourn. Ordinary inconvenience arising from the fact of being in the unassigned list will not be sufficient reason for an adjournment, nor will the fact that both parties agree to an adjournimienl.

 

ACCESSIBILITY: Please inform us as 5oon as possible if you, your witnesses or legal representatives have a physical disability that way affect your attendance at this court. We can make alter native arrangerncnts for’ ii c case to be heard in a suitable court room by calling the Customer Service Team on 0300.1.23.5577

 

FILING OF SKELETON ARGUMENTS AND TRIAL BUNDLES: Trial bundles (if applicable) should 1a‹: lodged no earlier than 3 working days before the trial (unless otherwise ordered). All trial bundles should be

 

The court oflice at the County Court at Central London, Thomas More Building, Royal Courts Of Justice. Strand. London. \VC2 A 2 LL. \Vhen crn i c.spond in¿u itli the courl, plcasc addrcss forme or lcttcivs to the Court X4anagcr and quotc the clai rn nurnlecr. Tcl: 0300.1.23.5577. C trec k il' \ u u c•in issue ;'ou i- cliiiiu online. 1 t u ilt sire v you time and mone;'. Go to ivwis'.nioneycIaim.gov.uk to lind out niore.

 

N244A Noticc of Hcaring of Application

 

clearly marked as being heard by a Circuit Judge. Any bundles delivered by hand can be dropped otI” in the public counter by obtaining an appointment by ringing tie appointment line on 0207.947.7502 indicating that the delivery is for a trial bundle.

 

Skeleton arguments for this case should be sent by email to CentralLondonCJSKEL@justice.gov.uk. Pai'ties hd£ly not send PDF files to this Inbox. Any emails to which PDF files are attached will be deleted without having laccn opened or read. Furthermore, do not send skeletons by FAX or by any other means unless email is nt›t available in which case explanation must be provided with the document.

 

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At HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) we want to provide:

•              an experience that works for everyone

•              services that people with disabilities can use independently where possible

•              services that can be used in a fair way

We know that people with disabilities sometimes necd our help and support to use our serf iccs. This can mean that we need to provide something different so you can access and use our scrvices in thc same way as a person w ithout a riisabillly’. \Vr‘ often call this a reasonable adjustment.

 

What reasonable adjustments can we provide?

 

We're able to do lots of things that mean that people with disabilities can use our services independently wherever Janes ible and in a way that is fair, for example:

•              providing our forms in large print

•              providing our guidance in audio or easy read

•              making sure hearing enhancement systems are available

•              providing a separate waiting arca

•              making sure ramps and lifts are available.

This list doesn't include everything we can do to help, and we'll always talk to you first about vh‹tt  on need.

 

lf you need help or support in the hearing room, we will also discuss this with thc judge hearing your casc. I nd c•s iii‘c committed to making sure everyone can give their best evidence and evcryone has a tair hearing.

 

How to arranp•e a reasonable adjustment?

 

Disabilities affect people differently so we won't always know what will help. If you have a di.sibility that means you c:in i access our information and services please get in touch with us. You can request help and supporl as u i'casonat ie ad | usinsc n i by phone, in person or in writing by:

 •             emailing RCJ. DCO( justicc.gov.ark, or centiallondoncounty.dco justice.gov.uk

•              phoning our Disability Contact Officer 0207.947.6063.

To hcl p us prov'idc the best lacha and support, you should try to explain how your disability affects you and give as much in tfirnaation as you can. This w'ill help our staff or the judge to consider what you'll need to do during your case and any hcl p u c can pl‘ovide. Our staff will always talk with you and agree any reasonable adjustments you need.

 

Please note.

Many areas o f the RCJ arc Grade 1 listed, and this means there may be restrictions to the changes we can make. Some of the ai‘cas you will need to access could be a 5 to 10-minute walk front the nearest entrance.

Getting around oin building and support before the hearing.

 

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•              car rc•gisti ati on. make, mc›del and colour

•              warm‘ H Iuc l3adgc nurn bc-i and issuing author ity.

•              ¥Vheelc hair access in.to the RCJ is available at: Wcst Gi een (9am - 4.30pm), and

Bell Yard North (9.30am - 4.30pm).

 

Tlicsc cntianccs and the i4iain entrance laave intercoms linked to RCJ Securiry.

•              Step-fi ee access (via ramps, stair lifts and lifts) is available to most areas of the building. A map detailing the best ioutcs for step-frce access is available at each entrance and/or upon request.

•              Accessible toilets arc located throughout the RCJ. Maps are a*/ailable but please let us know if you need details in

advance.

•              If you 1aav'e limited mobility, we have a limited number of manual wheelchairs available for use. You may bring a

ca i cr c›r fact pcr ter support you using the wheelchair.

•              Su pport Through Court are a charity supporting people who face court alone so that they can represent themselves to the best of their abilities. You can find out more information on www.supportthroughcourt.or-g or phoning 020 7947.7701 .

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’1’he hearing.

For the lacaring itself, we can provide:

•              bi eaks in court proccedings. We will ask the judge to consider your request before your hearing begins

•              help with reading and wi-iting court forms. Some coui-t documents can be provided in large print or braille https:/ www.gov.uk/govei-miient/collections/court-and-tribunal-forms.

•                              hearing enhancement systems in some of our courts (anci available at reception and at our- public couiatci-s). \¥’c a Iss have portable hearing loops available on request.

Cases ai e listed in accordance with local hearing arrangements determined  by the Judiciary and implemented by court staff. Every effort is made to ensure that hearings start either at the time specified oi as soon as possible thereafter. However, listing practices or other factors may mean that delay is unavoidable. Furthermore, in some instances a case may be released to another judge, possibly at u dil'fei ent court. Please contact the court for turther information on the listing arrangements that may appl3' to j our hearing.

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THE ADJOURNED HEARING OF 20 JANUARY 2023 IN CLAIM E35YM660

 

Shantanu Panigrahi

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To The Circuit Judge Central London County Court Your Honour The final pieces of the jigsaw have fallen into place this evening so that there is no need to wait

 

from:    Central London DJSKEL <centrallondondjskel@justice.gov.uk>

to:          Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

date:     21 Mar 2024, 22:47

subject:               RE: THE ADJOURNED HEARING OF 20 JANUARY 2023 IN CLAIM E35YM660

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