Ulysses and Child Support Registrar [2007] FamCA 1395

In Ulysses and Child Support Registrar [2007] FamCA 1395 the appellant contended that the current legal and political system in use in Australia and its States and Territories was not legitimate as it is not recognized by majority referendum, that it was invalid by Order 1 and 2 of the United Nations Charter, as it includes the authority of British Law in Australia, and any judge of a Federal or State Court having sworn or affirmed allegiance to the Queen would thereby be disqualified from exercising Australian Federal or State laws. He proposed that due to the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, Australia was independent and the Australian Political and Legal System has no basis in Law in relying on foreign statute to impose its authority. In his material the applicant relied on the words attributed to the former Chief Justice that “the current legal and political system used in Australia and its States and Territories has no basis in law” and that “…ordinary people have the right to expect Government Officials to consider Australia’s International Obligations even if those Obligations are not reflected in specific Acts of Parliament”

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See also Australian Securities Commission v White, Errol John [1998] FCA 790

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