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Is Karting Australia flexing it's muscles with the above? You betcha!

Are the State bodies scared of KA? You betcha!

Will the Clubs/State bodies do anything? No way!

Is there a right of Appeal to a decision to a ruling by KA Tribunal-Dispute Resolution? Refer Rule 1.13 (a) binding (b) appeal on a 'ground of error of law only'. I read this that you cannot appeal the length of sentence.

 KA's major income source is the average joe who competes at Club level. Lose him & you have lost the start of the income stream!

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An appeal has been lodged

an error of law MOST DEFINITELY.

stay tuned.

What 'error of law' exactly would that be?

Paul Hewitt said:

An appeal has been lodged

an error of law MOST DEFINITELY.

stay tuned.

This is sad reflection on head office.Bullying at worst,overkill at best.

ssshhhh that would be telling the opposition.



richard gagie said:

What 'error of law' exactly would that be?

Paul Hewitt said:

An appeal has been lodged

an error of law MOST DEFINITELY.

stay tuned.

Hi john K long.... interesting grammar and punctuation.... note you just joined kartbook recently.... Hi Peter, or Tim, or John? Long time no chat...

john K long said:

This is sad reflection on head office.Bullying at worst,overkill at best.

Not likely i am afraid.Feel free to check me out.Only just got on too this site after hearing about his rant.Now i cant find it.Sorry Michael .If u need proof please PM me.More than happy 2 confirm my existance.Would you like my Passport photo,Drivers Licence and DNA.Sorry mate only joined to see what they were all talking about.

Also Micheal i have been on Legends site for some time now.Sorry if this offends but i am not any of the above.

Denial of natural justice and procedural fairness are errors of law Richard.

No matter what the rules say, any disciplinary process needs to follow the process of natural justice.

Charges laid, a case made, an opportunity to defend and an appropriate decision making process. The consequence need to fit the crime, so to speak.

Lol.... co-incidence a possibility? Possibly... My apologies...


john K long said:

Not likely i am afraid.Feel free to check me out.Only just got on too this site after hearing about his rant.Now i cant find it.Sorry Michael .If u need proof please PM me.More than happy 2 confirm my existance.Would you like my Passport photo,Drivers Licence and DNA.Sorry mate only joined to see what they were all talking about.

and if not followed the only option left open is ??????????????? acquittal

DAVID WILLETT said:

No matter what the rules say, any disciplinary process needs to follow the process of natural justice.

Charges laid, a case made, an opportunity to defend and an appropriate decision making process. The consequence need to fit the crime, so to speak.

Thanks for the info. Graeme. I am not a solicitor but 10 & 15 years is just plain ridiculous. These men have given years of their time to Karting & some blow in's think they can be rubbed out, just like that. If this doesn't infuriate karters & get them out of their APATHY I don't know what will! Karters have 2 choices... 1. do nothing & accept what happens or 2. do something, it's not that difficult.

Graeme Hancock said:

Denial of natural justice and procedural fairness are errors of law Richard.

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