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12-12-20 Zernik v Fischer (7650/12) in the High Court of Justice of the State of Israel – "Chief Clerk" Sarah Lifschitz's letter, in re: Petitioner's Notice of Withdrawal from incompetent process

12-12-20 Zernik v Fischer (7650/12) in the High Court of Justice of the State of Israel – "Chief Clerk" Sarah Lifschitz's letter, in re: Petitioner's Notice of Withdrawal from incompetent process

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שגכThe letter by "Chief Clerk" Sarah Lifschitz was rejected by Petitioner, since a) it fails to refer to the law of the State of Israel in pertinent matters, and b) Sarah Lifschitz signs as "Chief Clerk", but has no appointment record as such. Zernik v Fischer, Petition to Compel the Governor of the State of Israel to perform his duties regarding banking regulations, documents again the tight link between corruption of the courts and failing banking regulation. The courts of the State of Israel have experienced unprecedented corruption over the past decade under the tenure of Presiding Justice Aharon Barak and Dorit Beinisch.

שגכThe letter by "Chief Clerk" Sarah Lifschitz was rejected by Petitioner, since a) it fails to refer to the law of the State of Israel in pertinent matters, and b) Sarah Lifschitz signs as "Chief Clerk", but has no appointment record as such. Zernik v Fischer, Petition to Compel the Governor of the State of Israel to perform his duties regarding banking regulations, documents again the tight link between corruption of the courts and failing banking regulation. The courts of the State of Israel have experienced unprecedented corruption over the past decade under the tenure of Presiding Justice Aharon Barak and Dorit Beinisch.

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Published by: SELA - Human Rights Alert - Israel on Dec 27, 2012
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Human Rights Alert (NGO)
Joseph Zernik, PhD
 
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PO Box 31440, Jerusalem 91313, Israel;
 
 josephzernik@humanrightsalertngo.org
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Zernik v Fischer (7650/12) in the High Court of Justice of the Stateof Israel – "Chief Clerk" Sarah Lifschitz's letter, in re: Petitioner'sNotice of Withdrawal from incompetent process
The letter by "Chief Clerk" Sarah Lifschitz was rejected by Petitioner, since a) it fails to refer to the law of the State of Israel in pertinent matters, and b) Sarah Lifschitz signs as "Chief Clerk",but has no appointment record as such. Zernik v Fischer, Petition to Compel the Governor of the State of Israel to perform his duties regarding banking regulations, documents again the tight link between corruption of the courts and failing banking regulation. The courts of the State of Israel have experienced unprecedented corruption over the past decade under the tenure of Presiding Justice Aharon Barak and Dorit Beinisch.
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12-12-20 Zernik v Fischer (7650/12) in the High Court of Justice of the State of Israel – "Chief Clerk" Sarah Lifschitz's letter, in re: Petitioner's Notice of Withdrawal fromincompetent process
 
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12-12-20 Zernik v Fischer (7650/12) in the High Court of Justice of the State of Israel – "Chief Clerk" Sarah Lifschitz's letter, in re: Petitioner's Notice of Withdrawal fromincompetent process
 
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[Coat of Arms of the State of Israel]The Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court of Israel
December 20, 2012Dr Joseph Zernik PO Box 31440Jerusalem, 91313Dear Sir:
RE: HCJ 7650/12 – Notice of Withdrawal from Incompetent ProcessRef: Your letter dated December 11, 2012
I confirm receipt of your letter, referenced above.In response to your claims, no defect fell in the process.It is suggested that you address the petition itself, and complete the missing records in yourrequest for waiver of fees, pursuant to the Magistrate's November 8, 2012 Decision.In case you would like to "withdraw" from the petition, opened by you, you are asked to file arequest for deleting the process from the record.Respectfully,
[signed]
Sarah LifschitzChief Clerk 
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Shaarey Mishpat Street, Kiryat David Ben-Gurion, Jerusalem 91950, Israel

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