BY REGISTERED POST
The Pension Service
PO BOX 42
Northern Ireland BT49 4AN
Your Reference: YH 61 59 74 D (and your letter to me dated
October 15th 2015
Dear Sir / Madam,
RE: REQUEST FOR MORE INFORMATION (via A64A SOCIAL SECURITY FORM)
Attached please find the completed A64A Form.
With reference to the sections of the A64A Form referred to below by
number, I wish you to know the following:
Section 1 of this letter, REFERENCE SECTION 5 (of
attached Social Security A64A Form):
a) As far as I know, there is an extant warrant for my arrest in the
Republic of Ireland, which was issued on July 8th 2015; and, I feel I
cannot sensibly or safely return to the Republic of Ireland because of
b) I have sent a registered letter to the Clerk of the Court involved,
and to the Presiding Judge Geoffrey Browne, on July 9th 2015, in which I
pointed out (among other things) that I would like to challenge the
legality of the warrant in question. A scanned copy of the registered
letter in question, together with scanned copies of the associated Post
Office receipt, and the "Proof of delivery" note, can be viewed at the
following www location:
In addition, there is an email version of the registered letter in
question (also sent on July 9th 2015) available for viewing at:
To date, I have not received any reply of any kind to the registered
letter and the email to Loughrea District Court referred above.
Although I am trying to find legal representation of the kind that would
help me to challenge the legality of the warrant for my arrest issued
on July 8th 2015, I still have not found any.
Some general information relating to the background to my case, which
was taken by hand by my brother (Gerald Finnerty) and my half-sister
(Marjorie Dolan) on April 15th 2015 to lawyer Brendan Glynn (of Patrick
Hogan & Company, Dunlo Street, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Republic of
Ireland), can be viewed at the following www location:
Unfortunately, lawyer Brendan Glynn, and his lawyer colleagues at law
firm Patrick Hogan & Company, continue -- from my viewpoint at least --
to completely ignore the entire contents of the April 15th 2015 letter
referred to just above, and to act as though they never knew anything
whatsoever about any of it.
It is also the case that lawyer Brendan Glynn failed to turn up in
Loughrea District Court on July 8th 2015, the day the warrant for my
arrest was issued: so that I had no legal representation of any kind at
all in court on that day.
Section 2 of this letter, REFERENCE SECTION 7
(of Social Security A64A Form):
The "St Albans" property was gifted to me by my mother in the 1970's,
and she was the legal owner of the property at the time she gifted it to
me. Consequently, I never had a mortgage on the property. The legal
transfer of the "St Albans" property from my mother to me, was
implemented by law firm Patrick Hogan and Company (referred to above).
Since 2007 however, I have borrowed a total of approximately Euros
65,000 from my brother and half-sister against my home ("St Albans") in
New Inn, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Republic of Ireland. Written
evidence of this loan can be viewed in the original of the letter I have
received from my half-sister and brother dated September 9th 2015, which
I am enclosing as part of this letter, on the understanding that the
original will be returned to me.
An electronic copy of the above mentioned September 9th 2015 letter,
together with a closely related "To Whom It may Concern" letter dated
September 15th 2015, which was written by me, can also be viewed at the
following www location:
Meanwhile, I feel I should point out that, in connection with an
application I have made for "Housing Benefit" some months ago, I have
been advised in a letter dated October 1st 2015 from Housing Benefit
Manager Gail Forbes (copy attached) that "only secured loans can be
deducted", and that consequently I "do not qualify for Housing Benefit".
Some days ago, I was advised by a local Newry-based lawyer that,
assuming I understood the lawyer in question correctly, it would
probably be a relatively simple matter (in my particular circumstances
and those of my brother and half-sister) to have the above mentioned
loans "legally secured", in a formal way, against my home ("St Albans")
in the Republic of Ireland; and, at the present time, I am waiting for
further written information regarding this matter (from the Newry-based
lawyer in question).
Also, the copy of a closely related registered letter sent by me to
South Area Housing Benefit Manager Mrs P. Cartmill (dated September 17th
2015) can be viewed at the following www location.
Section 3 of this letter, REFERENCE SECTION 13 (of
Social Security A64A Form):
There are water charges, but I am unable to remember what the sums or
the dates of payment involved are, on account of I not being in the
Republic of Ireland at the present time, and consequently not having
access to my papers there.
Section 4 of this letter, REFERENCE SECTION 26 (of
Social Security A64A Form):
Allowing for the fact that I owe my brother and my half-sister a total
of approximately Euros 65,000 against my home ("St Albans") -- and that
the property has recently been valued at Euros 35,000 -- my financial
interest in the "St Albans" property is nil at the present time.
I enclose the original of a Valuation Report dated September 8th 2015
for the "St Albans" property, on the understanding that it will be
returned to me: which states that the "Total Valuation" of the property
is Euros 35,000.
However, if it becomes possible for me to be paid the sums I am owed by
the Republic of Ireland's Government for the old the age pension I
should have been receiving since March 2011, and for the outstanding
disability payments I am owed since before March 2011, I would be able
to pay back much of the money I now owe to my brother and half-sister,
and, at the same time, have the property restored in a way that allows
me to live in it.
Allowing for the overall contents of the set of four registered letters
referred to at the two www addresses provided just below, all four of
which included copies of Dr Michael McCavert's (my former GP) "To
Whom It May Concern" dated October 28th 2005, there is no good
reason whatsoever (that I know of) for the ongoing non-payment of the
old age pension and disability payments referred to above (up to July 8th
I continue to seek legal help for the purpose of trying to ensure that I
am paid the money that I am at present owed by the Republic of Ireland
Government in connection with the unpaid old age pension and disability
sums referred to above: which I estimate comes to approximately Euros
60,000 in total.
Should you require any further information from me regarding my "Pension
Credit" application, or any of the associated issues, please let me
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Northern Ireland **** ***
1) Completed Social Security
2) Original of letter dated September 9th 2015
from Marjorie Dolan and Gerald Finnerty,
Original of Property Valuation Report dated September 8th 2015 from
Vincent Costello & Associates (Auctioneers and Valuers),
4) Copy of letter dated October 1st 2015 from Housing Benefit Manger
For the purpose of making it easier to access the above www hyperlinks,
I will place a copy of the text of this letter at the following Internet