Madame, Marie-Christine GIRAUDON
Président de la 3ème section
du TRIBUNAL ADMINISTRATIF DE PARIS
For the record:
This entry is a follow-up to the « mémoire » entries of:
October the 4th and October the 9th.
Limitations, as explained in person to the window clerk at
7 rue de JOUY, (75859; CEDEX 17) prevented me, Armando Segovia/Armando Serrano Prieto, de « faire une entrée » or, input my mémoire to your Télérecours site.
I did, however, ensure that the BUREAU DE AIDE JURIDICTIONNELLE prés le Tribunal de Grande Instance de PARIS time-stamped my intention to deliver a written notification, informing your office, that I in fact have a mémoire to present to the court.
FOR THE RECORD, on October
the 5th* at 16h, the window clerk did not accept my written notification in person, as she was « not obliged » to render that “service”, in other words, as I understood from the “little farts” or « pfbbbbbpt » that French people make when annoyed, she did not feel like going through the motions of her job.
In any case, I apologize for the delay in the inputting of said mémoire on your téléservice, but as the following screen capture will show, sometimes I have to do things IN-PERSON on account of already established hardships and limitations on my side of the GARDEN, while fighting this “admin battle” from the lowest gutters in Châtelet.
With regards to the Loi « AllGood » of 1994,
please stand-by for the Internet translation.