I am still awaiting a response to my request sent Tuesday, September 11, 2012 12:04 AM.
In the absence of a response by 10 October 2012, I shall conclude you have no intention of responding, and refer the matter to the Parliamentary Ombudsman.
Relief Requested as per attached: Response to: Sec.Gen decision of 09.09.2012, to Application for review of Oslo District Court's judgment
of 24 August 2012 (2011-188627-24)
Could you kindly provide me with the relevant statute in Norway that provides the Secretary General the authority to refuse to process a case, citing lack of locus standi/legal standing; thereby denying such applicant due process access to be heard by an impartial court?
It is my understanding – perhaps incorrect - that it is not a matter for the Secretary General to make a final ruling on the relevant locus standi / legal interest of any party in any dispute, but for the court, if any party raises the matter as a matter of dispute.