Poonon Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] NSWSC 1121

In Poonon Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] NSWSC 1121 the applicants resisted a winding up order, with David Fitzgibbon as counsel, instructed by Wayne Levick & Associates. The grounds included an issue relating to sovereignty which the court noted was the subject of the judgments of Hayne J in Joosse v Australian … Continue reading Poonon Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] NSWSC 1121

Matchett & Lattimore v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] NSWSC 975; 45 ATR 541

In Matchett J M v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation; Lattimore J C v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation; Lattimore v M v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation; Matchett J F v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] NSWSC 975; 45 ATR 541 the plaintiffs were successfully sued for outstanding taxes, and sought orders that the decisions made against them … Continue reading Matchett & Lattimore v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] NSWSC 975; 45 ATR 541

Arundel Chiropractic Centre Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2001] HCA 26

In Arundel Chiropractic Centre Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2001] HCA 26 the applicant resisted a statutory demand by the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation for unpaid taxes. The contention was that the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (Cth) was enacted under the Constitution, which is the legislation of a foreign power according to Sue … Continue reading Arundel Chiropractic Centre Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2001] HCA 26

The Institute of Taxation Research and Wayne Levick

The Institute of Taxation Research was formed in 1998, promising that one could make any tax liability voluntary if they used their services. The strategy centered around the proposition that the taxation legislation is invalid, as the whole legal system has no basis in law and the constitution is invalid, so there is no basis in … Continue reading The Institute of Taxation Research and Wayne Levick

Walsh & Anor v Professional Nominees Pty Ltd & Anor [1998] QCA 259

In Walsh & Anor v Professional Nominees Pty Ltd & Anor [1998] QCA 259, the applicants appealed a foreclosure decision alleging that there is no valid law capable of being enforced, that there are no validly constituted courts, and even the Constitution is invalid, so there is no relevant valid statutory law that applies in Australia, and … Continue reading Walsh & Anor v Professional Nominees Pty Ltd & Anor [1998] QCA 259

McKewins Hairdressing and Beauty Supplies Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] HCA 27

In McKewins Hairdressing and Beauty Supplies Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] HCA 27, Mr Wayne Levick appeared on behalf of the applicants, challenging the validity of the commission and appointment of the Office of Governor-General. The court responded: "The constitutional arguments which are propounded in the s 78B notice and the written outline are without … Continue reading McKewins Hairdressing and Beauty Supplies Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] HCA 27

Money Tree Management Service Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation (No 3) [2000] SASC 286; 45 ATR 262

In Money Tree Management Service Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation (No 3) [2000] SASC 286; 45 ATR 262 the appellants raised a challenge against the validity of the commission and appointments of the Office of Governor and Chief Justice. “That the judicial commission of his Honour the Chief Justice issued by the Governor of … Continue reading Money Tree Management Service Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation (No 3) [2000] SASC 286; 45 ATR 262

Helljay Investments Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] HCA 56

In Helljay Investments Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] HCA 56 the director of a company resisted a bankruptcy proceeding, alleging a break in the sovereignty of Australia at the Treaty of Versailles meant that current law and courts were inoperative.  It was further contended that and the judges who had heard the earlier … Continue reading Helljay Investments Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] HCA 56

David Fitzgibbon

Barrister David Fitzgibbon appeared in many cases attempting the contention that the Royal Style and Titles Act 1973 is invalid and unconstitutional, or that there was a "break in sovereignty" from the time of the Treaty of Versailles. among many other contentions that were settled in prior jurisprudence. Often Mr Fitzgibbon was instructed by Wayne … Continue reading David Fitzgibbon

Joosse v Australian Securities and Investment Commission [1998] HCA 77

In Joosse v Australian Securities and Investment Commission [1998] HCA 77 the applicants contended that there had been "...an unremedied, perhaps even irremediable, "break in sovereignty" in Australia" by the Treaty of Versailles so that subsequent legislation is invalid, and further contended that since the references in the Constitution to the Queen were intended as references to the … Continue reading Joosse v Australian Securities and Investment Commission [1998] HCA 77

Buckingham Gate International Pty Ltd v Australia New Zealand Banking Group Limited [2000] NSWSC 946

Buckingham Gate International Pty Ltd v Australia New Zealand Banking Group Limited [2000] NSWSC 946: The appellants contended that there has been an unremedied "break in sovereignty" in Australia that was said to lead to the conclusion that some at least of the legislation apparently passed by the Parliament of the Commonwealth (or by one … Continue reading Buckingham Gate International Pty Ltd v Australia New Zealand Banking Group Limited [2000] NSWSC 946

Batten v Police [1998] SASC 6778

In Batten v Police [1998] SASC 6778 the appellant argued that the court was not validly constituted, and that the State of South Australia is not a valid constitutional entity.  These arguments and others were derived from the appellant's view of the consequences of the Commonwealth of Australia being party to the Treaty of Versailles in … Continue reading Batten v Police [1998] SASC 6778

Petrie; Trustee of the property of Aitken (Bankrupt) v Aitken & Ors [2019] FCCA 16

In Petrie; Trustee of the property of Aitken (Bankrupt) v Aitken & Ors [2019] FCCA 16 the applicant sought orders under s.30 of the Bankruptcy Act 1966 (Cth) for declarations with respect to property ownership, and orders for delivery up of possession and sale of the property, and is made by the bankruptcy trustee of the first … Continue reading Petrie; Trustee of the property of Aitken (Bankrupt) v Aitken & Ors [2019] FCCA 16

St. Edward’s Crown

There are some absurd speculations being circulated around the internet about St. Edward's Crown being a foreign realm to the Imperial Crown, a contention Steven Spiers tries to establish in his paper "Realm and Commonwealth" and due to this false conclusion he asserts that there exists no line of authority to the Crown in Australia, … Continue reading St. Edward’s Crown

The Sir Harry Gibbs letter

https://freemandelusion.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/allleged-sir-harry-gibbs-letter.pdfhttps://freemandelusion.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/alleged-sir-harry-gibbs-letter-1995-.pdf This letter is widely circulated online, and further conclusions drawn from it. Something that must be pointed out initially, is that the authenticity of this letter has never been established, so the attachment of Sir Harry Gibbs name is itself doubtful, regardless of the contents. I note the copy of the letter … Continue reading The Sir Harry Gibbs letter

Steven Spiers 

Steven Spiers is an OPCA litigant now residing in North Queensland, after living in both New South Wales and Victoria, but is originally from the Northern Territory. His current Facebook profile Steven Spiers 1 has been discontinued due to a  ban, however his YouTube account is still active, but all videos have been removed. 2 He has … Continue reading Steven Spiers 

Commonwealth of Australia?  Nah, it’s now called STRAYA!

A popular OPCA concept in Australia is the theory that because the government publications often have the title "The Australian Government" this verifies the original "Commonwealth of Australia" has been usurped, and is now under foreign administration. The "two governments" theory is atypical of the Sovereign Citizen theories of their U.S. counterparts, but this Australian version … Continue reading Commonwealth of Australia?  Nah, it’s now called STRAYA!