SA Public Trustee
Chris Jenkinson’s 10 year battle against SA’s Public Trustee is set to open an explosive can of worms of systemic mismanagement & accounting errors likely to have affected thousands of their clients’ financial assets going back decades… That could total millions of dollars.
MY COMMENT: Take note of the comments located underneath the video.
PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION _ INQUIRY INTO ACCESS TO JUSTICE ARRANGEMENTS – Christopher and Deborah Jenkinson
If I turn my back on this when I have the evidence, then I’m turning my back on all those people, particularly between the period of 2006 and 2012 where my records show problems, and so I just turn my back on them and that’s not – we’re not comfortable with that. As I said, I feel that there must be some means for the federal government to be able to oversee a situation where, if a state is not abiding by its own laws, then where do you go to get someone to intervene for an Australian citizen? I hope I’ve made sense. I just don’t know where to go. (PDF 10 pages)
Public Submission – Productivity Commission: 2014 Access to Justice
Equity before the law, slipping between the cracks.
Productivity and financial costs are clearly important but values and Justice should not be further compromised to improve the statistics within reports and lower operating costs as seen in practices within some State Tribunals. (PDF 11 pages)
PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION_INQUIRY INTO ACCESS TO JUSTICE ARRANGEMENTS / TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS AT BRISBANE – 18 JUNE 2014
The purpose of these hearings is to facilitate public scrutiny and discussions of the commission’s draft report which was released in April 2014. We’re keen to get feedback from people on the report, in particular the recommendations and the information request we have made so that we may draw upon that evidence as we complete the final report.
NB: CHRISTOPHER AND DEBORAH JENKINSON / page 1104 – 1112 (PDF 133 pages / starts on PDF page 20)