Donohue v Victorian Electoral Commission [2015] VSC 98

In Donohue v Victorian Electoral Commission [2015] VSC 98 Garde J considered an application by GJ Donohue to restrain the State general election.  The statement of issues relied upon included: The removal of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her heirs and successors and subjects from statute law within the State of Western Australia The creation … Continue reading Donohue v Victorian Electoral Commission [2015] VSC 98 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited v Grahame [2020] VSC 86

In Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited v Grahame [2020] VSC 86, the defendant sought to draw a legal distinction between herself (whom she refers to as the living person, ‘Heather Jean Grahame’ on the one hand, and the named defendant in the proceeding, whom she refers to as the corporate entity ‘HEATHER JEAN GRAHAME’ (in capital … Continue reading Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited v Grahame [2020] VSC 86 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Woods v Australian Taxation Office & Ors [2016] QDC 198

The Australian Taxation Office submitted that Sonia Woods had tax liabilities owing of $77,521.21. In her correspondence with the Australian Taxation Office from August 2015, she raised various issues concerning her debt including the alleged operation of the Bills of Exchange Act 1909 (Cth). On 3 December 2015, she gave the Australian Taxation Office a … Continue reading Woods v Australian Taxation Office & Ors [2016] QDC 198 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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ACM Group Ltd v Jenner [2014] QMC 7

ACM Group Ltd v Jenner [2014] QMC 7 "The A4V notice and the “certified agreement” are unilateral “quasi-agreements” unsupported by valuable consideration. Neither is binding on the involuntary party. The documents do not create formal legal relations or contractual consequences with or for anyone. In fact despite its misuse of Latin maxims and bizarre make … Continue reading ACM Group Ltd v Jenner [2014] QMC 7 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Making money out of thin air

OPCA litigants have employed a number of what may be called "money for nothing" schemes that purport to provide a mechanism by which the OPCA litigant can obtain unconventional benefits. These are the proverbial caves of hidden treasure. OPCA gurus who advance these concepts claim that, with the correct combination of documents, one can open … Continue reading Making money out of thin air → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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One Peoples Public Trust – Heather Anne Tucci Jarraf

The One Peoples Public Trust was started by Heather Anne Tucci Jarraf. She initially filed a record with the U.C.C. (Uniform Commercial Code) and consistent with OPCA theory, after the filing was not “rebutted” by the “due date” it went into default, creating a “law” that “foreclosed all governments and corporate entities” and granted direct … Continue reading One Peoples Public Trust – Heather Anne Tucci Jarraf →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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