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Meeting of the Disciplinary Committee
was held on WEDNESDAY, 9 MAY, 2007
at the
FRIENDS HOUSE, 173-177 EUSTON ROAD, LONDON NW1 2BJ

The Investigation Committee preferred a formal complaint against Mrs J. V. Green of Felix House, Half Moon Lane, Redgrave, Diss, Norfolk IP22 1RX. Prefix: DUNILUNE.

That the Defendant is in breach of GCCF Rules Section 3, Rule 10e in that:

On the 14th October 2006, she exhibited her cat GR CH DEMILUNE JACINTA at the Colourpoint, Rex-Coated & AOV Cat Club Show under Open Class Judge, Mrs Price, for whom she was stewarding.

By these actions, the Defendant acted in a way that was discreditable and prejudicial to the welfare of cats or the interest of cat owners or the breeding or exhibiting of cats, within the meaning of said articles.


Mrs Green attended the hearing and denied the complaint. Mrs Green called one witness.
The Disciplinary Committee found the complaint against Mrs Green proved by a large majority and ordered that she be censured and warned in accordance with Article 12(4)(c)(i) of the GCCF Constitution.

It is a condition of the order that the cat be disqualified from the Rex-Coated & AOV Cat Club Show, held on 14th October 2006, and all awards forfeited.

The Disciplinary Committee directed that Mrs Green pay the sum of £50 by way of costs in accordance with Articles 12(11)(a) and 12(11)(b) of the GCCF Constitution.


The Investigation Committee preferred a formal complaint against Mrs H. Marriott-Power & Miss V. Marriott of Ray Corner, Godstone Road, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6BT. Prefix: RUMBA.
That the Defendants are in breach of Articles 12(1)(a) and/or 12(1)(b) (paragraph 1) and/or 12(1)(d) of the GCCF Constitution in that:

They jointly entered and exhibited in competition six Burmese cats at the Burmese Cat Society Show held on Saturday, 11 November 2006, at the Sandiacre Friesland Sports Centre, Nursery Avenue, Sandiacre, Derbyshire. On the same day, Mrs Marriott-Power judged at the Bombay & Asian Self Breed Club Show, held at the same venue.

By their action in exhibiting in competition at a show held at the same venue on the same day as a show at which Mrs Marriott-Power was engaged to judge, the Defendants are in breach of the GCCF Rules, Section 3, Rule 4f.


Mrs Marriott-Power and Miss Marriott did not attend the hearing, nor were they represented.
Mrs Marriott-Power and Miss Marriott admitted the complaint and sent letters in mitigation.

The Disciplinary Committee found the complaint against Mrs Marriott-Power and Miss Marriott proved on their own admission and ordered that they be censured and warned in accordance with Article 12(4)(c)(i) of the GCCF Constitution. Also all exhibits shown at the Burmese Cat Society Show on 11th November 2006, to be disqualified and all awards forfeited.

The Disciplinary Committee further ordered that Mrs Marriott-Power and Miss Marriott be fined an amount of £50, such fine to be paid within 28 days, in accordance with Articles 12(4)(c)(ii) of the GCCF Constitution.

The Disciplinary Committee also directed that Mrs Marriott-Power and Miss Marriott pay the sum of £50 by way of costs in accordance with Articles 12(11)(a) and 12(11)(b) of the GCCF Constitution.


The Investigation Committee preferred a formal complaint against Mr D. Ravenshear of 2 Panmure Street, Montrose, Angus DD10 8EZ. Prefix: HIGHIQ.

That the Defendant is in breach of Article 12(11)(b), 12(1)(b) and/or 12(1)(d) of the GCCF Constitution in that:

The Defendant failed to pay, within one month of the date of the service of the order, the costs of £100 directed against him by the Disciplinary Committee at its meeting held on 13th December 2006.


Mr Ravenshear did not attend the hearing, nor was he represented.
No plea was received from Mr Ravenshear.

The Disciplinary Committee found the complaint against Mr Ravenshear proved unanimously and under Article 12(4)(b)(i) of the GCCF Constitution, ordered that he be suspended sine die until such time as the original costs of £100 are paid to the GCCF Office.