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Many consumers are being unfairly penalised by the UK Judicial system without fully understanding how the system works or what stanadrds of service they should reasonably expect from UK Judges. This Information is contained in the guide mentioned above.


When worst comes to worst and you find your self in a court room in front of a Judge, It is commonly accepted that the Judge will have a reputation for 'being sympathetic' in most cases towards the Bank or large insitutions. Whilst you can appeal any judgments it's a difficult road and no other Judge is going to easly cretisis his pears.


The fact is that this situation should not occur in the first place. Judges have a duty to insure:

(i) Judicial independence is a prerequisite to the rule of law and a

fundamental guarantee of a fair trial. A judge shall therefore uphold

and exemplify judicial independence in both its individual and

institutional aspects.


(ii)Impartiality is essential to the proper discharge of the judicial office.

It applies not only to the decision itself but also to the process by

which the decision is made.


(iii) Integrity is essential to the proper discharge of the judicial office.


(iv)Propriety, and the appearance of propriety, are essential to the

performance of all of the activities of the judge.


(v)Ensuring equality of treatment to all before the courts is

essential to the due performance of the judicial office.


If you feel that any Judgement made has not complied with these guidlines then it would be fair to suggest that the judgement is in breach of the Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct,

endorsed by the United Nations Human Rights Commission in 2003 and

published with a commentary in 2007.


Whilst it may not immidiatly help your cause, in the intrest of Justice it would be correct for you to raise your concerns with Judcial Review comitee, your MP and the human rights organisation who can monitor and comment on any trend that suggests a break down in the UK justice system..


When Banks apply to a court they are required to fullfill key court procedures and pre court protocall. If a Judge decides to exempt the claiment from these procedures at a detrement to the defendent without a just reason then clearly they judgement will be bised in favour of the claiment and in breach of the Bangalore Principles.


Amongst this is the need for any Judge to consider wether a bank has exusted all other reasonable means to resolve a dispute or to obtain a refund of the monies owed to them prior to make a court claim. In 9 out of 10 cases in the UK Banks and their Agents includeing firms of Solicitors such as Reston's Solicitors, are to keen to take legal action against debtors without following protocall because the Judiciary have failed to implent the Bangalore Principles.


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