Smadu v Stone [2016] WASC 80

In Smadu v Stone [2016] WASC 80 the appellant contended he has separate legal personalities, asserting that one such personality owned the motor vehicle and another held the driver’s licence and drove the vehicle, and that the wrong legal person was charged, raising various arguments based on the separate legal personality fiction. He asserts that there was no evidence that the appellant was driving in his capacity under his driver’s licence, as he was deriving no benefit or valuable consideration from operating under his capacity under his driver’s licence. The appellant believes that the police department is attempting to create a joinder between the two distinct and separate legal entities.

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