Letter to Akfinans Bank

During the court hearing yesterday I found myself being singled out ‘special attention’ by my favourite Advocate Akan Kursat. So the Hearings began and ended with yours truly being in the spotlight.

There seems to be almost an air of desperation to ensure that Akfinans Bank Limited hold on to my villa. Have they discovered oil in the back garden?

The manner in which they took my villa was reminiscent of a 1940’s gangster movie, you could almost see James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart cast in the roles of the Bank Manager and his partner in crime. Indeed the ‘bum’ going through the window of Eva McCluskey’s villa has got to be a classic worthy of any old style Hollywood gangster movie, or perhaps a more low budget ‘B’ movie out of Elstree Studios.

Now why are Akfinans and Kursat hell bent on removing me from this case. They claim that I have been awarded £120,000 when I won my Breach of Contract Action on the 6th November 2009. Well I may well have won an award, but I most certainly have not received that award.

Talking of awards, perhaps we should nominate the member of the bank caught going through Eva McCluskey’s window illegally, as a candidate for ‘Rear of the Year’, he most certainly made an ‘ass’ of himself being caught in that position.

Could the real reason be that they know the mortgage was illegal. That they know that if it is deemed to be illegal that the illegality of the mortgage extends to my villa too. That the fact that I had won an award would then be irrelevant because it would revert back to the status quo and that if I do receive the award, the villa would then revert back to the ownership of the builder Kulaksiz Construction Limited. Could it be that they realise that by having the mortgage declared illegal, our villas (mine included) should never have been taken as security and they would have no interest in them whatsoever. Could it be that they realise that if the mortgages are declared illegal every member of Kulaksiz 5 would have a legal case against Akfinans Bank Limited both criminal and civil law for the pain and suffering their alleged illegal actions have caused us. Most particularly me. I have been denied the right to even enter my own garden by Akfinans Bank Limited and the Police.

I think a significant reason the Kader family do want me removed from the case is that they do not want to lose their ‘weekend retreat’, my villa.

Kursat used the old ‘she does not need two remedies for the same problem’ excuse when he had my Appeal against the Repossession Order bounced out of the High Court back in December 2009. Well Mr. Kursat, one remedy would be nice, to date I have received nothing and now the Kaders are enjoying living it large in my villa, I have no remedy and no villa.

It is for this reason I am going public with a letter I have sent to Akfinans Bank Limited.

Never give in, never give up.

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During the court hearing yesterday I found myself being singled out ‘special attention’ by my favourite Advocate Akan Kursat. So the Hearings began and ended with yours truly being in the spotlight.

There seems to be almost an air of desperation to ensure that Akfnans Bank Limited hold on to my villa. Have they discovered oil in the back garden?

The manner in which they took my villa was reminiscent of a 1940’s gangster movie, you could almost see James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart cast in the roles of the Bank Manager and his partner in crime. Indeed the ‘bum’ going through the window of Eva McCluskey’s villa has got to be a classic worthy of any old style Hollywood gangster movie, or perhaps a more low budget ‘B’ movie out of Elstree Studios.

Now why are Akfinans and Kursat hell bent on removing me from this case. They claim that I have been awarded £120,000 when I won my Breach of Contract Action on the 6th November 2009. Well I may well have won an award, but I most certainly have not received that award.

Talking of awards, perhaps we should nominate the member of the bank caught going through Eva McCluskey’s window illegally, as a candidate for ‘Rear of the Year’, he most certainly made an ‘ass’ of himself being caught in that position.

Could the real reason be that they know the mortgage was illegal. That they know that if it is deemed to be illegal that the illegality of the mortgage extends to my villa too. That the fact that I had won an award would then be irrelevant because it would revert back to the status quo and that if I do receive the award, the villa would then revert back to the ownership of the builder Kulaksiz Construction Limited. Could it be that they realise that by having the mortgage declared illegal, our villas (mine included) should never have been taken as security and they would have no interest in them whatsoever. Could it be that they realise that if the mortgages are declared illegal every member of Kulaksiz 5 would have a legal case against Akfinans Bank Limited both criminal and civil law for the pain and suffering their alleged illegal actions have caused us. Most particularly me. I have been denied the right to even enter my own garden by Akfinans Bank Limited and the Police.

I think a significant reason the Kader family do want me removed from the case is that they do not want to lose their ‘weekend retreat’, my villa.

Kursat used the old ‘she does not need two remedies for the same problem’ excuse when he had my Appeal against the Repossession Order bounced out of the High Court back in December 2009. Well Mr. Kursat, one remedy would be nice, to date I have received nothing and now the Kaders are enjoying living it large in my villa, I have no remedy and no villa.

It is for this reason I am going public with a letter I have sent to Akfinans Bank Limited.

Never give in, never give up.

 

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