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I’m very familiar with the statements put forward by Mr and Mrs T – documents downloaded from the internet....
By signing a mortgage deed and by its registration at the Land Registry Mr and Mrs T created a valid mortgage in favour of Barclays. So as far as the law is concerned, I am not persuaded there is any merit to Mr and Mrs T’s argument that they do not have a valid mortgage.
http://www.ombudsman-decisions.org.uk/v ... leID=73078
EDIT - Another one :
In support of their belief they have provided detailed representations in which they cite various ancient authorities, including the Magna Carta, and the Bill of Rights (17th century), using template letters downloaded from the internet
http://www.ombudsman-decisions.org.uk/v ... leID=73405
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Ombudsman wrote:These arguments seem to me to have no basis in law, logic or common sense.
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