Archive | January, 2013

The link between the STATE and CHURCH

The link between the STATE and CHURCH

  There’s an inextricable link between the State and the Church. This link has existed for over a thousand years and continues to this day. For centuries, monarchs ruled by the idea of divine right, which is a term purportedly extracted from the bible to justify the rights of the monarchy. However, in historical terms, […]

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This is the ANSWER

This is the ANSWER

I set this out chronically so you see how this could be the answer to claim your rights as a natural person. If you’ve read my other posts you will see how I’ve come to my conclusions. This sets out that you are a natural person and not the artificial person created by the state […]

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Legal definitions “R”

Legal definitions “R”

  R is an abbreviation for Rex or Regina (Latin: king or queen). Criminal prosecutions on indictment are bought in the name of the Crown, since a crime is viewed as a wrong against the public at large, or the state, represented by the monarch. Rates local taxes charged on property by local authorities to […]

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Legal definitions “P”

Legal definitions “P”

Legal definitions “P” Parent is defined as the mother or father of a child. The term also includes adoptive parents but does not usually include *step parents. At common law parents have parental rights over their children while they are minors, which include the right to physical control of the child, to control their education […]

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Legal definitions “O – R”

Legal definitions “O – R”

Legal definitions “O” Oath is a pronouncement swearing the truth of a statement or promise, usually by an appeal to “god” to witness its truth. An oath is required by law for various purposes, in particular for affidavits and giving evidence in court. The usual “witnesses oath” is “I swear by almighty god that the […]

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Legal definitions “L” and “M”

Legal definitions “L” and “M”

  Legal definitions L Landlord – A person who grants a lease or tenancy. He need not be the outright owner of the tenanted premises. A landlord may be an individual, a local authority, a trustee, a personal representative or a corporation (such as a company). A landlord may provide services to the tenant, such […]

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Legal definitions “I”-“N”

Legal definitions “I”-“N”

Legal Definitions “I” Ignorantia juris non excusat – [Latin] ignorance of the law is no excuse i.e. it’s no defence against criminal or other proceedings arising from its breach. Illegal contract – a contract that is prohibited by statute e.g. one between traders providing for minimum resale prices; or is illegal at common law on […]

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What the ALL CAPS version of your name means

What the ALL CAPS version of your name means

The ALL CAPITALISED version of your name is called CAPITUS DIMINUTIO MAXIMA. So what does Capitis Diminutio Maxima mean? In Blacks Law Dictionary the definition is as follows. In Roman law it meant a diminishing or abridgment of personality. This was a loss or curtailment of a man’s status or aggregate of legal attributes and […]

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Legal Definitions “E – H”

Legal Definitions “E – H”

Ecclesiastical Law– (Canon Law) – Is Church Law such as the Roman Catholic Code of Canon Law and in England, the law of the Church of England. Unless subsequently becoming *legislation or *custom, it is not part of the laws of England but is binding on the clergy and lay people holding ecclesiastical office, e.g. […]

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The Parliamentary debate 1833 on the COMPENSATION Fund

The Parliamentary debate 1833 on the COMPENSATION Fund

Here are the actual extracts from some of  the speeches in Parliament before the Slavery Abolition Act 1833 was passed, with politicians demanding to know how the £20million compensation fund was going to be raised (£20million was equivalent 40% of the annual government expenditure at that time). To give you some perspective as to the […]

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