In a court dispute over the estate of a parent, the complainant wrote to the Council because he felt the delay between the end of the hearing and the release of the decision was unreasonable.

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In a court dispute over the estate of a parent, the complainant wrote to the Council because he felt the delay between the end of the hearing and the release of the decision was unreasonable. The complainant also alleged that the judge relied on false information given by the complainant’s family, knowingly consented to fraudulent activities of the complainant’s siblings, and that the complainant’s opportunity to cross-examine the assessments in Court was denied.

The Council declared that there were various reasons as to why the preparation of judgements may take additional time, particularly in special circumstances such as this one. The Council determined that the judge involved had showed credibility and an unbiased approach to the final decision. This case was reviewed and proven to follow the correct procedures. The matter was closed.

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