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Decided before the case is heard?

VexatiousPosted by Sheila Oliver Sun, April 13, 2014 09:11:47

Sent: Friday, April 11, 2014 11:14 PM

Subject: GIA/863/2014 Dransfield V ICO and the Olympic Delivery Authority

Attn The Upper Tribunal

Please be advised that I will not be present at the UT hearing on 2nd June. The reason being is because the ICO and the ODD do not intend to be present, hence, please consider this matter on the papers alone. It is pointless and a complete waste of time me being at the hearing in the absence of the ICO and the ODD.

I hold no confidence whatsoever the UT will allow me a fair and just hearing. Hence, I do not intend to spend money on travel expenses to get shafted again by the UT.

Please advise me the key issues, skeleton argument etc from the ICO and the 2nd respondents and a full explanation why the UT have not allowed a full oral hearing.

In the interest of the public purse would it be worthwhile me making my application for leave to appeal the UT Decision 8 weeks before it is made , because it will surely be a vexatious decision?

With thanks

Yours sincerely

Alan M Dransfield

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