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Reinventing bp Shares Grant Forfeited by an error from BP

Reinventing bp Shares Grant Forfeited by an error from BP

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Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com>

To:

Enquiries Medway County Court

Mon, 8 Aug at 14:03


To

The Court Manager

Medway County Court


For immediate attention and reply.


I have had the attached correspondence with Equate Plus and protested that I did not resign from BP as the matter is still under dispute in Medway County Court under Claim J00ME572, for which a Hearing Date of 27 October 2022 at 10 am:


Correspondence with Equate Plus on BP Reinvent Shares Grant.docs: to be added to the Bundle: BUNDLE FOR HEARING AT MEDWAY COUNTY COURT ON 27 OCTOBER 2022 AT 10 AM (CLAIM JOOME572).PDF+Document_2022-05-13_152026.pdf+ n1-eng Kent Police UpdateJune2022.pdf.


I must have my Hearing whether or not a Judicial input is entered prior to the Hearing Date.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


Download all attachments as a zip file

(a) Correspondence with Equate Plus on bp Reinvent Shares Grant.docx 14kB (as above)

(b) Document_2022-05-13_152026.pdf 5.9MB

(c) n1-eng KentPolice UpdateJune2022.pdf 208.7kB

(d) BUNDLE FOR HEARING AT MEDWAY COUNTY COURT ON 27 OCTOBER 2027 AT 10.00 AM (CLAIM J00ME572).pdf 478.7kB:


Correspondence with Equate Plus on bp Reinvent Shares Grant
.docx
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Document_2022-05-13_152026
.pdf
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n1-eng KentPolice UpdateJune2022
.pdf
Download PDF • 214KB

BUNDLE FOR HEARING AT MEDWAY COUNTY COURT ON 27 OCTOBER 2027 AT 10.00 AM (CLAIM J00ME572)
Download • 490KB

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