Procedural Defects – Appealing Judge Davis’s Wrong Decision

No Box was checked by Maritime New Zealand to include TAIC in the investigation – violating MTA section 60

Procedural Defects – Appealing Judge Davis’s Wrong Decision
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess
Submissions of original Grounds with additional references for Appeal
6 : Procedural Defects – Refer also to Counsel’s Memorandum on Appeal
(a) Section 60 MTA – Maritime Transport Act places a duty on Maritime New Zealand to notify Transport Accident Investigation Committee (TAIC) of an incident – TAIC was not notified. Refer SD [23] Para 33.g
(b) Bolton’s incident report was not investigated by Maritime New Zealand & forwarded to TAIC
(c) The “Disclosed Documents” showed in “Investigation Details Page” no checked box indicating TAIC had been notified but subsequently, when confirmation was requested from MNZ, a form was sent from Crown Law Mark Davies, which had a checked box, although Bolton’s email communications directly with TAIC confirmed there had been no involvement with this incident. (It appears that Crown Law Mark Davies or his office at that late stage, fabricated that checked box to mislead the Court)
(d) The purpose of TAIC is to take lessons learned from incidents for the benefit of the Maritime public – That they are not repeated.
(e) This Conviction of Bolton with the most severe penalty in NZ history for a non contact, no injury, artificially created incident was said by the Catherine Taylor Director of MNZ to be a deterrent in the Public Interest
(f) Public Interest appears to be – Maritime New Zealand, M Pigneyguy, Keith Ingram editor Professional Skipper Magazine & Philip Wardale ex Manager Bayswater Marina.
Refer SD [23] Para 33a & b
Excerpt from Section 60 Maritime Transport Act …
MTA Section 60 – Duty of Director Maritime New Zealand, to notify accidents and incidents to Transport Accident Investigation Commission. As soon as practicable after any accident or incident is notified to the Authority under section 31, the Director shall notify the Transport Accident Investigation Commission that he or she has been notified of the accident or incident,
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess

No Box was checked by Maritime New Zealand to include TAIC in the investigation – violating MTA section 60
Procedural Defects – Appealing Judge Davis’s Wrong Decision

Procedural Defects – Appealing Judge Davis’s Wrong Decision

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