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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Parking fines Australia


  Common Law (FEE SIMPLE) and not the Roads Act 1993 does not apply to the general public only to persons of the Crown its never been enforceable only that the public are lead to believe that it is.!
The owner of a fee simple absolute has the following rights:
•the right of possession
•the right of alienation
•the right of exclusion

The local councils of Australia are not empowered under any laws of the Commonwealth to enforce actions of this nature these actions are not validated as Acts and are not enforceable due to them being only a guide line and stated as STATUE and not laws in many cases have been taken to court only to be dismissed under the rulings of what I've mentioned to you. If you look up the Blacks laws dictionary its will show you the true meaning of the word STATUE.

Common Law is the Public's rights not to accept a CONTRACT  by anyone with out their consent and by sending fines are a form of contract so under cooperate laws it states that its illegal to offer contracts without Consent of both parties involved.  DO NOT CONCENT .!

COMMON LAWS  over rule any STATUE the Roads Act 1993. Statue Guide lines and not law,  road rules  are guide lines to insure public safety not to confuse them with Statues these are only enforceable to employees of the Crown as stated in the Motor Traffic Act which the Police enforce, but are them selves not true laws only guide lines as well but they provide the Common Law principles under section  16/17 paragraph 4 Common Laws  which state below
 
Traffic Act 1909 No 5
Repealed version for 8 October 1999 to 30 November 1999 (accessed 22 March 2014 at 12:09)

Part 4 Section 16
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 16   Persons in service of the Crown
It is hereby declared that this Act and the regulations apply to persons in the public service of the Crown.
Traffic Act 1909 No 5
Repealed version for 8 October 1999 to 30 November 1999 (accessed 22 March 2014 at 12:12)

Part 4 Section 17
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 17   Common law or statute liability

(1)  Nothing in Motor traffic Act shall affect any liability of any person by virtue of any statute or at common law.
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), any matter or thing done by a member of the police force shall not, if the matter or thing was done bona fide in pursuance of, and for the purpose of, section 26A or any regulation made under section 3 (1) (q5), subject the member to any action, liability, claim or demand.......

Note.!! the 26A Section is a Common Law provision to provide public safety they use as any ones right to protect the public even the public has that right to enforce their own safety .!

Under Common laws Its Your right not to consent to written statues without written permission or approval because you are not a legal fiction.

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