Carey Pensions UK
2 years ago
On the 31st October 2019 the CLC Peace Service attended Carey Pensions UK office to serve a court order on Coral Harris (nee Hallett).
Despite being informed that Coral was in the building by a male employee, Christine Hallett, the CEO for the company and Coral’s mother came down to reception and refused to accept the paperwork, she also stated that Coral was eight months pregnant and in hospital.
While the officer’s in attendance have the authority to enforce decisions from the Common Law Court, they decided to act lawfully and leave the premises, rather than causing a scene.
To highlight further the behaviour of Christine Hallett, she has defied a Common Law Court order and has intervened with the service of this order. By trying to subvert the enforcement process of the CLC Peace Service, she has committed a criminal offence against them and the people, by her obstruction of justice and criminal harassment, for which she will be held accountable if this matter is not resolved.
The court order mentioned has now been served by Royal Mail, Recorded Delivery and signed for, Coral has seven days to comply with this order.