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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Some people ask where I go

This is a spring and the grass is short mowed down by kangaroos.Lucky to have found this spot.
 Photo of cars gps so now you know.

The road is non existent
 
Same spot different direction.

I have been fishing and took some photos. Someone has to do it.

 Notice the wreck in the photo below.
 The only foot steps on the beach are mine!


 On the river at night.
 Little girl fishing.

I went for a walk the other day











 This flower is about five millimetres across





 This little guy crossed my path
 Kangaroo in plague proportions.

Never be a person!

What is INDIVIDUAL?

Read in: Spanish
As a noun, this term denotes a single person as distinguished from a group or class, and also, very commonly, a private or natural person as distinguished from a partnershipcorporation, or association ; but it is said that this restrictive signi- fication is not necessarily inherent in tbe word, and that it may, in proper cases, includeartificial persons. See Bank of U. S. v. State, 12 Smedes & M. (Miss.) 400; State v. Bell Telephone Co.. 30 Ohio St. 310, 38 Am. Rep. 583; Pennsylvania it. Co. v. Canal Com'rs, 21 Pa. 20. As an adjective, "individual" means pertaining or belonging to, or characteristic of, one single person, either in opposition to a firm, association, or corporation, or considered in his relation thereto.


Law Dictionary: What is INDIVIDUAL? definition of INDIVIDUAL (Black's Law Dictionary) 

What is JURIDICAL PERSON?

Read in: Spanish
Entity, as a firm, that is not a single natural person, as a human being, authorized by law with duties and rights, recognized as a legal authority having a distinct identity, a legal personality. Also known as artificial person, juridical entity, juristic person, or legal person. Also refer to body corporate.


Law Dictionary: What is JURIDICAL PERSON? definition of JURIDICAL PERSON (Black's Law Dictionary) 

What is JURIDICAL PERSON?

Read in: Spanish
Entity, as a firm, that is not a single natural person, as a human being, authorized by law with duties and rights, recognized as a legal authority having a distinct identity, a legal personality. Also known as artificial person, juridical entity, juristic person, or legal person. Also refer to body corporate.


Law Dictionary: What is JURIDICAL PERSON? definition of JURIDICAL PERSON (Black's Law Dictionary) 

What is NATURAL PERSON?

Read in: Spanish
A human being, naturally born, versus a legally generated juridical person.


Law Dictionary: What is NATURAL PERSON? definition of NATURAL PERSON (Black's Law Dictionary) 

Saturday, October 18, 2014

An individual

Never let anyone describe you in any way what so ever as a person.
Never let anyone use individual and person in the same sentence when describing you the. (Individual.)

Watch and learn the truth about treason.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qVF_tooquM

Retraction But it is still in Hansard.

Did you the American people know that your president has been hanging around some pretty shady characters (well criminals) and I have proof. Its all out there if you want to find it.  SORRY IT HAS BEEN TAKEN DOWN so now I do not have the proof so I am making a retraction.... www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUza7sOtFVA  

Grand final in foot ball week

Pollies in Australia did it again South Sydney won the grand final and the people lost free speech. As a blogger I can not write about any thing that has to deal with ASIO or anything to deal with security of the country for ever. It is illegal to blow the whistle on the government I think even the Russians can whistle blow?
to blow the whistle on the crime is being stopped as shown in this video www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUza7sOtFVA Sorry it has been taken down so you will never know the crime was committed.

Facebook and the law

I have tried out this social media thing called Facebook and it hasit's good and bad points.
The good points is that I learnt a lot about LAW.
Did you know that these law people use there own language called legalese and they are the same words we use like every day. For example the word SEE to look at I see we know what it means.
When they use it it is something else SEE!
From Black's law dictionary it means

What is SEE?

The circuit of a bishop's jurisdiction ; or his office or dignity, as being bishop of a given diocese.
Look go and have a look for yourself don't take my word for it.
If you employ a solicitor you have just lost your case. Well he has sworn an oath to the bar society the same one the judge swears to and there in lies a conflict of interest. Your solicitor is a officer of the court the one who is trying you... 
The first time you appear you ask for Remedy. the bloke up the front will probably spit chips and may even call a break.
Now on his return you have to ask for cure and maintenance. Then the same scenario and a bit more of a hissy fit and he might walk out again.
Now if when he comes back in he comes back as a high priest the you say BAR BAR BAR no-one stands before me and god. Now you have delivered the bloody hot potato and dumped it in his hands. Not sure what happens here I don't think it has been done. But for one thing he will never forget you till the day he dies. Hey do your own research on the subject its a pretty good read.
Did you the American people know that your president has been hanging around some pretty shady characters (well criminals) and I have proof. Its all out there if you want to find it.  SORRY IT HAS BEEN TAKEN DOWN so now I do not have the proof so I am making a retraction.... www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUza7sOtFVA  

Can You Represent Someone in Court If You Aren't a Lawyer?
Written by James Hirby | Fact checked by The Law Dictionary staff |  

These days, hiring an experienced lawyer to represent an individual who has been accused of a crime can be ruinously expensive. Even junior associates at second-tier law firms are permitted to bill their clients upwards of $150 per hour. Senior associates and partners can bill several times that amount. In fact, many seasoned trial lawyers who conduct product-liability lawsuits and other lucrative legal operations make upwards of $1 million per year. Defendants who lack deep financial reserves can quickly find themselves overwhelmed by legal bills.
If you know someone who has been accused of a crime, you might be wondering whether you're legally permitted to represent him or her in court. Depending upon your familiarity with basic legal principles, you might be able to appear competent and confident in front of a judge. You might even impress your non-lawyer peers with your grasp of basic legal concepts and precedents.
Unfortunately, there are no circumstances under which you'll be able to represent your accused acquaintance without first passing the bar exam in your state. In fact, individuals who have not been admitted to a state bar are explicitly banned from practicing law within that jurisdiction. This prohibition extends to laypeople as well as bar-certified lawyers from other areas. Despite his or her obvious legal experience, there is no guarantee that a seasoned lawyer who has been cleared to practice law in Oregon will be permitted to represent a client who stands trial in Texas. Although many states have "reciprocal" arrangements that permit lawyers with "outside experience" to practice law within their borders, this occurs on a case-by-case basis. Further, non-lawyers are not permitted to take advantage of such arrangements.
In fact, practicing law without a bar license is a crime. If you attempt to represent an acquaintance without a license, you'll probably find yourself in one of two unpleasant situations.
In the first scenario, you'll make it clear to the judge who presides over your case that you're not qualified or licensed to practice law. Your honesty will probably pay dividends: In this case, the judge will simply prohibit you from representing your "client" and order him or her to seek alternate counsel. In the second scenario, you'll misrepresent yourself as a trained, licensed lawyer. This is blatantly illegal. Once you're determined to be an unlicensed practitioner of the law, you'll be thrown off the case and charged with a crime. Should you be convicted, you'll face hefty fines and a possible prison sentence.