Possibly slightly off tangent at present, but still a computer question in the final involvement.
Having spent the best part of a couple of hours or more, surfing the web and looking at many websites, I have failed in my endeavor to locate a piece of legal explanation.
I am trying to locate a section of UK law under the title of 'Interpleader Proceedings ccr 1981 order 36 rule 6' (not sure about the ccr), or something very similar titled. Can you lead me to a website that as this particular information. Must be UK law, and the website required should lead to this actual Act.
When I have this information, I will eventually pass it onto the forum, and the reasons why.
Lokit-- Thank you, and a great big thank you and appreciations to your daughter. That's what I was looking for. Thought that I was going to end up with three or fours hours in the city's commercial library tomorrow, wading through mountains of legal books. This as saved the day.
Totally-braindead-- All will be revealed in due course.
Will tick as resolved, and open new posting, when results of my investigation is completed.
beynac--Thanks for the links. The second link was one that I was looking at earlier, and may partly cover the ccr thing.Appears as though Lokit's link was an extension to that article, which was trying to avoid me, and my searching techniques :o).
Incidentally as an ex-convict, I've been through a total of 7 magistrates court appearances and there are two things I've learnt - 1 - Don't get caught 2 - But if you do end up in the dock,CONDUCT YOUR OWN DEFENCE, don't trust a solicitor to do it..
spuds I was only asking so as to help me find it, I found lots of info but without knowing what area it was regarding I couldn't trim it down to size. I wasn't really curious about what you wanted the info for.
Never mind glad you got what you wanted, hope Mick was joking.
Totally-braindead-- Apologies if I appeared to snub your help, no offense was intended, and I appreciate that is how my reply may have come over.Every little helps, and is always welcome.
The actual investigation that I am trying to conduct, and there appears to be some very heavy reading concerned, is going to lead to 'new' possibilities in consumer law, and ease of action against 'individuals'.