frc FEES

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frc FEES

Postby csc » Sat Jun 17, 2017 2:34 pm

SO frc want fees for 2018 to be £228 any views on this

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Re: frc FEES

Postby csc » Sat Jun 17, 2017 2:45 pm

AOB FRC AGAENDA

matters raised as AOB will need to be concidered on individual basis as to whether they should be considered within a clossed session, and no sign of any corespondence from farriers

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Re: frc FEES

Postby john ford » Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:39 pm

csc wrote:SO frc want fees for 2018 to be £228 any views on this



This I understand is for us Registered Farriers to reimburse the FRC's Bank Account after they squandered in excess of £50,0000 in failed court cases.

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Re: frc FEES

Postby PNB » Wed Jun 21, 2017 4:59 am

CSC

I am also concerned about items to be held in a closed session at the next FRC.

Are we not a Statutory Body honour bound to debate ( Lord Bew directive) with total openness and absolute transparency, then within public view?

Isnt then FRC deemed at law to be a publicly observed meeting. Questions to be raised pre FRC next week.28th June.

Open to all who wish to attend.

PNB.

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Re: frc FEES

Postby john ford » Wed Jun 21, 2017 5:33 pm

As the meeting begins, I suggest you all raise this point, but make sure you do your homework first as to the rules and laws of council, to stop those clever academics making fools of you.


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