Discussion:
Living Abroad Again (Sorry)
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Redundant
2008-08-03 18:40:43 UTC
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Someone has pointed me at
http://www.csa.gov.uk/en/setup/parents-living-abroad.asp

This seems to imply that the CSA no longer have jurisdiction as none of
the "exceptions" apply. Given that it's an ongoing case rather than a new
one, do they have jurisdiction?
Fletcher
2008-08-04 12:38:19 UTC
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They can chase you anywhere in the world if you owe them and they do have
agreements with some counties. They are the British Gestapo and trying to
argue anything with them, even in a court of law is a waste of your time,
they have the full blessing of the Brittish government to rape you anyway
they can. Best not to let them know where you are!
Post by Redundant
Someone has pointed me at
http://www.csa.gov.uk/en/setup/parents-living-abroad.asp
This seems to imply that the CSA no longer have jurisdiction as none of
the "exceptions" apply. Given that it's an ongoing case rather than a new
one, do they have jurisdiction?
Redundant
2008-08-04 17:08:12 UTC
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Post by Fletcher
They can chase you anywhere in the world if you owe them and they do have
agreements with some counties. They are the British Gestapo and trying to
argue anything with them, even in a court of law is a waste of your time,
they have the full blessing of the Brittish government to rape you anyway
they can. Best not to let them know where you are!
Too late for that!
Post by Fletcher
Post by Redundant
Someone has pointed me at
http://www.csa.gov.uk/en/setup/parents-living-abroad.asp
This seems to imply that the CSA no longer have jurisdiction as none of
the "exceptions" apply. Given that it's an ongoing case rather than a new
one, do they have jurisdiction?
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