[SCA-AE] Change in Corporal Proposal
calvertdegrey at msn.com
Tue Jan 6 16:58:47 EST 2009
Is there any provision in the proposal as to the procedure that should be followed if an error is made by the registry office and not by the prospective entrant? I know many of us have had problems with errors being made by Milpitas in regards to receipt and processing of fees in a timely fashion as well as data entry errors with addresses. What is a prospective entrant to do if he does indeed make his payment within the proper guidelines but it is not processed in a timely fashion because of an administrative mistake? It seems to me that there *is* no recourse until after the fact, by which time it is already too late.
While I understand the motivations behind the proposal and in principle agree with it, it has to be secure from honest error on the part of the Corporate headquarters or other non-related parties like the US Postal Service.
Rich Goranson (THL Stephan Calvert deGrey)
Amherst, NY, USA (Barony of the Rhydderich Hael, Æthelmearc)
"I could have conquered Europe, all of it, but I had women in my life" - Henry II of England
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