Running Commentary on Legalities (J00ME572) 13.53 pm (UK-Time) 30 May 2022
Updated: Jun 24, 2022
J00ME572-Injunction and Money Claims against Kent Police From: Shantanu Panigrahi <email@example.com>
date: 30 May 2022, 13:46
subject: J00ME372-Injunction and Money Claims against Kent Police
To Court Manager Dear Sirs
In light of the following delays of more than 35 days envisaged at the Solicitors Regulation Auhority and new harassment from Santander Bank this morning as attached: Fr&ToSantanderBank(ContinuingFraud)10May2022 which I find unsatisfactory for my needs to avert the relentkless Defamation on me implicit in the ongoing proceedings seemingly organised by the State authorities using Kent Police as its agency, has the Court decided on whether Kent Police is obliged to submit a Defence document to the Court, copied to me, before 13 June 2022? Further, if Kent Police does not submit a Defence Document by this date kindly advise me if I should write again for Default Judgement or will the Court issue this automatically of £3.4 million including my Costs. Yours sincerely Dr Shantanu Panigrahi 3 Hoath Lane Wigmore Gillingham Kent ME8 0SL Tel 07967789619 ----- Forwarded message ----- : Fw: Professional ethics of Law Firms (Claim J00ME372) From: Contactcentre <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Monday, 30 May 2022, 09:35:51 BST Subject: Professional ethics of Law Firms (Claim J00ME372) Dear Dr Shantanu Panigrahi, Thank you for your email of 27 May 2022. I have forwarded your email to our Report Team. We would like to tell you some key information about us and how we work. We aim to respond to you within 35-45 working days. In the meantime, we have set out below some answers to frequently asked questions. Our core office hours Our core office hours are 09.00 to 17.00 Monday to Friday. What to do if your complaint is about poor service We do not normally take action against solicitors where there are allegations of poor service. The Legal Ombudsman deals with these types of complaint. More information about the Legal Ombudsman and how to make a complaint to it, can be found on its website www.legalombudsman.org.uk. What to do if you are seeking legal advice We cannot provide you with legal advice and because we are independent from the legal profession, we cannot tell you which solicitor to use. However, we can give you advice about finding a solicitor who is best suited to your individual needs. More information can be found on our website www.sra.org.uk/consumers/find-use-instruct-solicitor/find-solicitor What we do We protect consumers and the public by regulating and investigating serious concerns raised about solicitors, law firms and their employees in England and Wales.
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If you have any further queries please contact us. Yours sincerely, Famina Bashir Customer Services Adviser Contact Centre Solicitors Regulation Authority 0370 606 2555 email@example.com www.sra.org.uk From: Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: 27 May 2022 07:51 To: Contactcentre Subject: Professional ethics of Law Firms (Claim J00ME372) Attachments: FrSolicotorsRegulationAuthority(RE Complaint against BLM Law)26May2022.docx; FrOperationalManagerPSDKentPolice26May2022.docx; n16a-engInjuctionagainstKentPolice20Apr2022.pdf; n1-eng KentPolice UpdateMay2022.pdf; Pariculars of Damages and Compesation (Claim J00ME372).pdf To Solicitors Regulation Authority Thank you for your email yesterday evening as attached: FrSolicitorsRegulationAuthority(REComplaintsagainstBLMlaw)26May2022 concerning our previous communcations of the past week or so through which I submitted various pieces of evidence to highlight that the ethics dsiplayed by the Firm needs to be supervised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. This concerns the way the Firm is dancing around the Injunction Claim n16a-enginjunctionagainstKentPolice20Apr2022.pdf with its associated Money Claim (n1-eng KentPolice UpdateMay2022.pdf. Specifically, I am deeply concerned about the manner in which Kent Police or the Chief Constable of Kent Police is handling the Injunction Appliation through its Civil Claims Department and then through BLM Law, and then intervening through the Professional Standards Department as attached:FrOperationalManagerPSDKentPolice26May2022.docx; Particulars of Damages and Compensation (Claim J00ME372).pdf. If BLM law is certainly instructed by the Chief Constable of Kent Police or Kent Police and I have demanded proof of this by way of letters exchanged between the two parties, I should be entitled to such documentation so that I know who to deal with. As things stand Gary Seamark DS 46011285 of Kent Police did not contact me yesterday as I asked the Operational Manager of Complants PSD to expedite ahead of the Defence Document to the Injunction and Money Claim applcations on which the deadline is 13 June 2022 because Acknowledgement was filed on 19 May 2022 and the Court therefore requires the final defence from BLM law to be filed within 28 days of the date of Service of the Notice of Issue (16 May 2022). All outstanding Kent Police investigations on my interrogation and subsequent arrest needs to be completed before BLM law files this Defence to the Court. Neither BLM law nor the Civil Claims Department of Kent Police is informing me as to its intentions with regards to the legal proceedings under Claim J00ME372. You said that if I copy emails to multiple recipients you will only respond with an acknowledgement. This is why I am writing to you directly concerning the Professional ethics under which Law Firms operate citing the abysmal manner in which these proceedings are continuing. I hope to receive the report of the Solicitors Regulation Authority before 13 June 2022, so that I know whether to dispute the Defence that is inevitably going to be submitted by the Defendant to the Medway County Court. Yours sincerely Dr Shantanu Panigrahi 3 Hoath Lane Wigmore Gillingham Kent ME8 0SL Tel: 07967789619 For information on how we handle your personal data, see our privacy notice. This email is intended for the addressee only. This includes any attachments. Its unauthorised use, further processing, storage or copying is not allowed. If you are not the intended recipient, please let the sender know and then destroy all copies. Please note the sender is not authorised to conclude any contract on behalf of the Solicitors Regulation Authority by email. We are the regulator of solicitors and law firms in England and Wales. The Solicitors Regulation Authority Limited is a company limited by guarantee. Our registered offices are: The Cube, 199 Wharfside Street, Birmingham, B1 1RN. Our company registration number is: 12608059. Attachments area: