COMMENT – Excellent!
I was shocked to find out recently that the Land Registry no longer gives a paper copy of the Title Deeds, in other words any Old Etonian gangster that sees fit could eradicate a persons ownership of a property with no hard tangible evidence being there to back up the victims claim.
This is all part of the global paedogangsta agenda 21 land and property theft scam that is taking place, which if people woke would see ties in with the whole fracking outrage.
What we have is organised crime running our lives and destabilizing our inalienable rights.
No wonmder they are obsessed with watching our every move, if overnight mankind became aware then these smartly suited criminals would be gently swinging in the breeze from lamp posts.
TO: MICHAEL FALLON MP, MINISTER IN CHARGE
Stop the privatisation of the Land Registry.
Why is this important?
Privatisation of the Land Registry will create a private sector monopoly of a function essential to the property market. It will remove competition and devalue the Land Registry.
The Land Registry is a very efficient public organisation that is self funding and is not a drain on public finance. It has a 98% satisfaction rating with its users.
The public consultation on government proposals to privatise the Land Registry closed on Thursday 20th March. There has been no publicity or attempt to inform the public of this radical change to an organisation that is vital to the UK property market.
Another consultation on giving the Land Registry wider powers in the control of data essential to the sale and purchase of property closed earlier with the majority of the public not being aware if it's existence.
The Land Registry is well run, efficient and professional. If the government is to sell off one of our best performing public services, the wider public needs to be able to have its say.
The public consultation is at
How it will be delivered
The petition will be delivered in person
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