Pavlomanolakos v National Australia Bank [1993] FCA 29

In Pavlomanolakos v National Australia Bank [1993] FCA 29, the applicant filed a document entitled “Notice of Constitutional Matters” claiming that “the creation of book-entry credits by Banks and other financial institutions” was unconstitutional, that a mortgage should not be enforced because its funds were “created by the (Bank) as a book-entry credit ‘out of thin air”, and did not represent valuable consideration. The applicant also sought declaratory orders that Magna Carta and the Bible were part of the law of … Continue reading Pavlomanolakos v National Australia Bank [1993] FCA 29
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