Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Bonaccorso (No 1 2 & 3) [2016] NSWSC 595/766/1018

The defendant challenges the Deputy Commissioner’s standing, and the existence of the legislative scheme under which the proceedings are pursued; the Court’s jurisdiction and indeed, its existence; the very existence of Australia as a nation; the existence of the Constitution as a law under which the Federal Parliament enacts statutes, and whether certain statutes have been enacted in accordance with the requirements of the Constitution. He also claims that s 78B notices should be issued. He contends that “I stand on the land and I am only bound by the laws and the jurisdiction under the federal legislation” yet relies on the Constitution to advance various of his own submissions, including various statutes enacted by State and Federal Parliaments, for example the Crimes Act 1914 (Cth), the Bills of Exchange Act and the Crimes Act 1958 (Vic).

The defendant relies on common law of the United Kingdom as Garry Bonaccorso is a subject of the Queen of the United Kingdom, Garry Bonaccorso is not an employee of the Australian Taxation Office and is not a citizen of the Queen of Australia and as such does not partake in the Fraud which is being thrust upon the subject Garry :Bonaccorso through the Commonwealth of Australia registered with the U. S. Securities Exchange Commission CIK0000805157. The Parliament of Australia is not the Legislative power according to section 1 of the Commonwealth Constitution and as such cannot bring about any legislation affecting the living Man. I Garry of the Bonaccorso family have recently learned that with the status of being a free liability free will man, and with no intentions or knowledge of being any form or type of incorporated entity or of being commercial “also known as” or of my being ward of the Crown am NOT a “person” limited liability legal fiction. I therefore believe I am not a “legal entity” known as a ‘taxpayer’ subject to income Tax Act of Australia. As GARRY BONACCORSO is a created fiction, I hereby disclaim any responsibility for any debts of GARRY BONACCORSO (and any numerical representation of it as assigned by the ATO e.g.: ABN, TFN), incurred as debts owed to the Crown.”

Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Bonaccorso (No 1) [2016] NSWSC 595

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Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Bonaccorso (No 2) [2016] NSWSC 766

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Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Bonaccorso (No.3) [2016] NSWSC 1018

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