Pseudolaw at the Supreme Court of Canada

Donald J. Netolitzky and Richard Warman; “Enjoy the silence: Pseudolaw at the Supreme Court of Canada“ Pseudolaw is a collection of legal-sounding but false rules that purport to be law, employed by groups including the Detaxer and Freemen -on-the-Land movements. While pseudolaw is universally rejected by Canadian courts , no Supreme Court of Canada decision addresses these concepts. This study reviews 51 unsuccessful Supreme Court leave applications that potentially involve pseudolaw to determine what pseudolaw issues were raised, whether those … Continue reading Pseudolaw at the Supreme Court of Canada
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