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12-11-15 Zernik v Fischer (7650-12) Request for certification of docket and appointment record of the Chief Clerk

12-11-15 Zernik v Fischer (7650-12) Request for certification of docket and appointment record of the Chief Clerk

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The listings in the online public access system of the Court under the file name and number, referenced above, increasingly appear confusing, if not false and misleading: [1,2]
• On October 23, 2012, only the filing of one paper is listed under "Events"; Petitioner filed two papers on that date.
• On November 05, 2012 the filing on an "Appeal" is listed under "Events"; Petitioner filed no appeal in this case, where it remains unclear where an appeal could have originated in.
• On November 07, 2012, the filing of a "document" is listed under "Events" with no name of Filer or any further details regarding the nature of the paper; Petitioner filed no paper, neither was he noticed of the filing of any paper by the Court or any other party on that date.
The listings in the online public access system of the Court under the file name and number, referenced above, increasingly appear confusing, if not false and misleading: [1,2]
• On October 23, 2012, only the filing of one paper is listed under "Events"; Petitioner filed two papers on that date.
• On November 05, 2012 the filing on an "Appeal" is listed under "Events"; Petitioner filed no appeal in this case, where it remains unclear where an appeal could have originated in.
• On November 07, 2012, the filing of a "document" is listed under "Events" with no name of Filer or any further details regarding the nature of the paper; Petitioner filed no paper, neither was he noticed of the filing of any paper by the Court or any other party on that date.

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Published by: SELA - Human Rights Alert - Israel on Nov 15, 2012
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To:Sarah Lifschitz, Chief Clerk
Supreme Court of the State of Israel
By fax to the office of the Clerk of the Court - 02.675.9669By fax to the Unrepresented Parties Division - 02.675.9648For delivery by hand to the office of the Chief Clerk
RE:
Dr Joseph Zernik v Governor of the Bank of Israel Stanley Fischer 
(HCJ7650/12) - Request for certification of docket
 ________________  __________ 
 
Your response within 10 days is kindly requested.
Dear Chief Clerk Sarah Lifschitz:The listings in the online public access system of the Court under the file name and number, referencedabove, increasingly appear confusing, if not false and misleading: [
1,2
]
On October 23, 2012, only the filing of one paper is listed under "Events"; Petitioner filed two paperson that date.
On November 05, 2012 the filing on an "Appeal" is listed under "Events"; Petitioner filed no appeal inthis case, where it remains unclear where an appeal could have originated in.
On November 07, 2012, the filing of a "document" is listed under "Events" with no name of Filer orany further details regarding the nature of the paper; Petitioner filed no paper, neither was he noticedof the filing of any paper by the Court or any other party on that date.Unrepresented Parties Division Head, Attorney Ben Tovim, personally handled the filing of all Petitioner'spapers in instant case. Since before the filing of the commencing paper in the case, the Petitioner andAttorney Ben Tovim have repeatedly discussed the latter's peculiar notation/encoding patterns in theonline public access system of the Supreme Court. [
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]The litigation of a petition in the High Court of Justice of the State of Israel, where the Petitioner is notpermitted to ascertain, which papers were entered, and by whom, into registration in his own petition file,is inconsistent with the Human Rights for fair hearing and for competent national tribunals for protection ofrights.Therefore, the Petitioner writes to request that the Chief Clerk provide a certified docket – a list of thepapers that were entered into registration [
 
] in the above referenced case by the office ofthe Clerk of the Court.The Petitioner hopes that the Chief Clerk's response would include a statement and a table, similar to thefollowing:"The undersigned, Sarah Lifschitz, Chief Clerk, Supreme Court of the State of Israel, herein certifies, pursuant tothe
Regulations of Procedures of the High Court of Justice 
(1984), that the following is full and complete list ofthe papers that were entered into registration to this date under
Dr Joseph Zernik v Governor of the Bank of Israel Stanley Fischer 
(HCJ 7650/12)."# Date Filed[ ]Date Entered[ ]Filer[ ]Title as it appears on the paper's face page[ , ]

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