Law

There is no such thing as Justice.

 

A court only dispenses a summary judgement

 

 

 

Laws & Statutes

Laws relate to common law and they are few in number. Common Law is based on judicial precedent (court decisions) rather than legislative enactment (statutes) and is derived from principles and not rules. Common Law is the Law of the Land – if you harm somebody, cause loss to somebody, commit a breach of the …

Legal Entity – Strawman

Do you know who you are?   •    In Legal terms you are either a person or a thing: surprisingly perhaps I would rather be a thing. •    A thing in legal terms (legalese) is used to define a living human being, male or female. •    A person is a legal entity, a non-living entity, …

Definitions & Maxims

Statute – Legislative rule (not law) of (Law) Society given the force of law by consent of the governed. Maxims • He who provides the liability must provide the means of remedy. • He who doesn’t rebut accepts. • Payment tendered but not taken is payment made. • Notice to agent is notice to principal, …

Legalese – The language of LAW

The law society and all who operate with law – lawyers, barristers, judges, police, CPS etc, use a language which appears to be like English, but has subtle differences unknown to those outside, this language is called legalese. A few examples: • May is synonymous with Must. If a legal document suggests something may be …

Courts, Judges and Juries

If Parliament made a statute and a man charged with an offence of breaking that regulation was found not guilty – that statute would be struck down. A Jury is not beholden to the system, a judge is beholden. A jury is thus more reliable than a judge in the handing down of justice. Statutes …

Policeman/Police Officer

• The primary duty of a policeman (woman) is to serve and protect the public and uphold the (common) law – not statues • A police officer is the legal/corporate personality of a police man (woman) and represents the corporate world and therefore enforces statutes • In the UK we operate in a common law …

Challenging Fines and PCN’s

Disclaimer: Please be aware no legal advise is being given below. We are merely suggesting processes and methods that may be pursued to lawfully defeat unjust and invalid charges, certainly not to encourage, aid or abet criminal activity. Anyone following the suggestions below, do so entirely at their own risk.   If you intend to …

Oaths of Office

Various public servants,dealing with the public are required to  swear various oaths, as below. Judges Judicial oath of office I, (name), do swear that I will well and truly serve our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth in the office of (office), and I will do right to all manner of people after the laws and usages …

Liability, Litigation and Insurance

Liability is related to responsibility, if a person is prepared to take full and absolute responsibility for their actions they operate unlimited liability, if they cause a loss, injury or damage (even unwittingly) they are responsible for recompense to the injured party if they are deemed to be at fault. People can (and do) reduce …

Society

Statutes are written in legalese, and considered to be the Law and must be obeyed. But this is only by the 99% of people who have had the situation distilled and ingrained into their psyche over centuries. If one examines precisely what a statute is, it can be shown that there is a choice as …

Registration, Licenses and Permits

Registration We all register various items, without realising we are transferring ownership through a legal trust relationship. We give up legal title in return for beneficiary title, which additionally has statutes and rules attached. Anything you register you give away. There is no requirement for full disclosure from the holder of the legal title, so …

UK PLC is Bankrupt

The UK has actually been bankrupt since 1869; evidenced by the “Bankruptcy Act of 1869” we are in fact in the equivalent to a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy which is “Debtors in Possession”. We also have the Amendment to the “Gold Standards Act 1925” better known as Bill 227 or 277, which dissolved the connection to …

Public and Private

Within government there are public and private elements, and each element holds a different part of registration document legal title, and we are granted beneficiary title. Typically the public side is a government department and the private side is the civil service equivalent. Acceptance for value can be used to nullify registrations and licences, so …

Rights & Liberties

In the UK we have potentially thousands of rights, but until you declare and claim them you have none. Government cannot take your rights from you, you have to surrender them. You have to take positive action to wilfully surrender or waive any rights, freedoms or immunities. We have done this unknowingly and through deception, …

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