Russell Preston, Brisbane.
So where’s my monthly rate notices? It was regularly sent by Local Land Services since 2013, but never paid because whatever services they allegedly provide to my forested 12 ha are only imaginary.
Since September, when the financial services royal commissioner Kenneth Hayne damned the greed of Australia’s big banks by describing them for believing they were above the law, some of their shame seems to have rubbed off on to the NSW Department of Agriculture LLS, who abruptly ceased posting me demands for money which since 1980 have amounted to many hundreds.
So are there other rebels out there like me who won’t pay up, no longer receiving notices? Let’s hear from you.
Has it been my half a dozen letters to the NSW Premier’s office since last year that has finally, after almost 40 years of fraudulent demands, convinced them to give up? No minister will answer my challenges to their threats, instead passing the buck to the LLS bureaucracy who invents these fictitious figures for us to pay.
Read up on my legal defences on www.rurallandsgroup.net.