BILLING FOR BREACH OF YOUR PEACE

As you have set out in your CAUTION NOTICE at point 15, if they obfuscate by claiming something that they have no lawful right to claim (creation of an obligation without your consent) or creating a dispute where none exists then that is a breach of your peace and that is common law trespass...

You have set out that you will charge £500 per hour or part hour for that trespass.

Once the final 7 days are past from your LETTER BEFORE ACTION then you can bill them for any such trespass, i.e. if they send you any further correspondence in regards their claim which does not provide evidence of their belief that creates your obligation.

There is no fixed template for an invoice, and as this is a private matter you can make your own!

 

It should be clear and concise so we will simply follow the format of the Bill of Exchange Act 1882...

A bill of exchange is an unconditional order in writing [in accordance with point 15 of your CAUTION NOTICE], addressed by one person [you] to another [the Council], signed by the person giving it [you], requiring the person to whom it is addressed to pay on demand or at a fixed or determinable future time [7 days] a sum certain in money [the amount - £500 per hour or part hour] to or to the order of a specified person [your bank account], or to bearer.


[1 - Your first name and surname]

[2 – Your address]

[3 – Your email address]

[4 - Date]

Bill #: [start with 001]

 

[9 - Councils name and address as detailed on Bill], [their email address]

Bill regarding my CAUTION NOTICE [your reference number] requiring you to prove your claim of my obligation to comply with your Council Tax Bill ref: [their reference number]

In regards the above matter your correspondence of the [dd/mm/202y] was inadequate as it failed to address the matter and hence is obfuscating the issues by your failure to respond in a meaningful way.

The trespass rate as per point 15 of my above referenced CAUTION NOTICE is £500 per hour or part hour rounded up to the nearest hour.

Your trespass resulted in me having to spend [hh:min]. which rounded up to the nearest hour is [hours], creating your obligation to pay within 7 days the sum of £[500*hours]to:

Account Name: [account name]

Sort Code: [account sort code]

Account Number: [account number]

 

Signed:


Should they fail to pay within the 7 days, then you send a reminder notice just like they do to you...

[1 - Your first name and surname]

[2 – Your address]

[3 – Your email address]

[4 - Date]

 

[9 - Councils name and address as detailed on Bill], [their email address]

REMINDER OUTSTANDING BILL [dated]

You have failed to pay the above bill (copy enclosed).

Please pay the full balance of £[the total] immediately, and in any event no later than 3 working days to:

Account Name: [account name]

Sort Code: [account sort code]

Account Number: [account number]

 

Signed:


Should they  still fail to pay within the 3 days, then you send a Letter Before Action just like they do to you...

[1 - Your first name and surname]

[2 – Your address]

[3 – Your email address]

[4 - Date]

 

[9 - Councils name and address as detailed on Bill], [their email address]

LETTER BEFORE ACTION RE: REMINDER OUTSTANDING BILL [dated]

You have failed to pay the above bill (copy enclosed).

A reminder was sent to you on the [dd/mm/202y] (copy enclosed)

Please pay the full balance of £[the total] immediately, and in any event no later than 3 working days to:

Account Name: [account name]

Sort Code: [account sort code]

Account Number: [account number]

FAILURE TO PAY MAY RESULT IN FURTHER ACTION WITHOUT NOTICE.

 

Signed:

 


Now you have your record to make a claim against the Council and you can either go the the Magistrates Court or the Small Claims Court.

If they do not respond to your Bills or the claim then they will end up with a default judgement against them and you can send the court enforcement officers around to them!!!