Shields v Cbfc Limited [1994] FCA 1311

In Shields v Cbfc Limited [1994] FCA 1311 the appellants alleged bias by the primary judge, denying that they were obliged to make payments on a rent contract because the alleged debt was “created by the respondent as a book entry credit at no cost whatsoever”. The appellants filed extracts from “a manual, “How to Screw your Bank”, and also cited the Magna Carta, English Statutes, and the Bible.”

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