OPPT and the Anthea Torr Case (South Africa)

by SlaveWorkerSlaveWorker 13 May 2013 16:47

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OPPT and the Anthea Torr Case (South Africa)

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Published on 13 May 2013, by opensauce

I am investigating the One Peoples Public Trust's claim of corporate government foreclosure. I have the opportunity to follow the case of Anthea Torr who has submitted a letter of inquiry to the President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma and the Department of Justice validating this claim.

This is the official statement from the court proceedings held on the 10th of May 2013 :

"Before court Anthea delivered the letter and proof of delivery to the President and to the Department of Justice to the Magistrate. The letter asks if corporate governments have been foreclosed by the UCC filings and states that the President must respond to the letter within 20 court days (that is by 6 June 2013).

Whether they respond by saying that they disagree/oppose or whether they fail to respond, we will apply to the High Court for a declaratory order confirming the correctness of the allegations.

The Magistrate postponed the case to 25 June 2013 for Anthea to produce proof that she has actually brought the proposed application in the High Court. This will be the notice of motion issued by the court and delivered to the President's office."

Please also see: Things moving in South Africa (2013-05-10)

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