Mr Collard of Legal Services Manager for Shropshire Council sent an email on the 7th August with a very frivolous and contentious reply, one short sentence, which read:
"Dear Mrs Greig
Thank you for your letter, I will discuss it with your solicitor "
Details of his response have been sent to Shropshire Councillors MPs and MSPs.
Our letter to Mr Collard was sent three weeks ago, on the 23rd July 2012, it had nothing whatsoever to do with my Solicitor. It was addressed to Mr Collard in his official capacity. The interference to my Solicitor left us in no doubt he has little regard for Anne and Hollie`s position, thus he is disregarding fundamental principles of his office. In a civil matter when there is no injured party or consent to civil proceedings it can and does in most cases create an injured party. In this case the Greigs are the injured party and yet they are treated like a criminal party due to the actions of individuals who represent various agencies and local authorities.
Mr Collard is avoiding answering the issues contained in our letter to him.
He is failing in his duty of care and is in Breach of Trust as a Public Servant representing Shropshire Council.
He has sought to assert his position in an unprofessional manner.
He is Principal Solicitor for Shropshire Council, he has a duty under the law and Solicitors Regulations Authority.
He is required to adhere to fundamental principals, one of these fundamental principles is to uphold the rule of the law and the proper administration of the Law. We hold Mr Collard to these principals.
The evidence of this abandonment will be firstly the failure on his part to provide confirmation of his Public Oath of Office. Any administration of this "Estate" must be administered at all times by a Justices sworn Public Oath of Office and anything other than this is improper, obtained with non-agreement and under duress and harassment. Therefore this will not provide resolution to this issue.
Before penalties of perjury can be attached, an "Oath" must have been taken and the party must be lawfully sworn in accordance with the Oath act 1978. This confirmation is forthcoming from the justices and will ensure no favour will be provided to the corporation which exists only through a legal entity. Corporations such as Shropshire Council the are "created" and not the "creator." They are represented by trustees and not by beneficiaries.
Mr Collard has a duty as an appointed Public Servant Trustee, his scope of office and the law prohibit him as an individual from interference in other individuals private affairs and any claim over their lives. If he claims he has such a right, then he must provide an affidavit to affirm this.
Should Shropshire Council be willing to address this issue with transparency in an open public forum to which purpose, we will arrange of the hire of a meeting hall? We will be happy to address the points raised in our letter of the 23rd July 2012, should you accept this offer to help remedy and bring these matters to speedy closure.