O’Hagan v Commissioner of Taxation [2020] QDC 288

In O’Hagan v Commissioner of Taxation [2020] QDC 288 the applicant was found guilty after a summary trial of four offences of failing when and as required pursuant to a taxation law to give a return to the Commissioner of Taxation. The appellant appealed his conviction and sentence on grounds that included the Magistrates Court … Continue reading O’Hagan v Commissioner of Taxation [2020] QDC 288 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Hockey and Anor and Owners Of Mount Bakewell Resort Strata Plan 18228 [2013] WASAT 64

In Hockey and Anor and Owners Of Mount Bakewell Resort Strata Plan 18228 [2013] WASAT 64 the applicants applied for an order appointing an administrator to a strata scheme which contains 13 lots. The owners of Lot 1, (which was used as a caravan park and was substantially greater than the remaining lots) declined to participate … Continue reading Hockey and Anor and Owners Of Mount Bakewell Resort Strata Plan 18228 [2013] WASAT 64 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Jakaj v Kinnane [2019] ACTSC 71

The applicant was convicted of using a mobile phone while driving a motor vehicle. He had a right of appeal from the orders made by the ACT Magistrates Court but he did not seek to exercise that right, and instead sought judicial review of the Magistrate’s decision in Jakaj v Kinnane [2019] ACTSC 71. There … Continue reading Jakaj v Kinnane [2019] ACTSC 71 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Mills-Edward v Russell [2011] WADC 9

In Mills-Edward v Russell [2011] WADC 9 the appellant argued the lower court decision was invalid because the court was not a Chapter III court and that the magistrate swore an oath of allegiance to "the State of Western Australia". "As I understand, however, from Mr Mills‑Edward's submissions to me, his grounds are intended to go … Continue reading Mills-Edward v Russell [2011] WADC 9 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Pawlak v Police [2017] SASC 40

In Pawlak v Police [2017] SASC 40 the appellant appealed his speeding camera fine on numerous grounds, such as the accuracy of the readings taken by the device, challenges to the jurisdiction of the Magistrates Court as it did not conform to Chapter III of the Commonwealth Constitution, and demanded proof that the Road Traffic … Continue reading Pawlak v Police [2017] SASC 40 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Millington v Police [2015] SASC 52

In Millington v Police [2015] SASC 52 the appellant had been convicted of a speeding offence via a speed camera and appealed the conviction. He alleged that the photographic evidence did not meet the requirements of the Evidence Act 1929, or the relevant certificates that of the National Measurement Act, and the accuracy that of … Continue reading Millington v Police [2015] SASC 52 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Brian Charles Fyffe

In Fyffe v State of Victoria [1999] VSCA 196 the applicant, who was renting a property through the Ministry for Conservation, Forests and Lands, claimed to have seceded the property from the State of Victoria, and by virtue of his diplomatic status he and the land are protected by international law from any claimed sovereignty … Continue reading Brian Charles Fyffe →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Woolnough & Anor v Isaac Regional Council [2019] QSC 54

Woolnough & Anor v Isaac Regional Council [2019] QSC 54: 3. There remains a final matter to consider. At the outset of the trial on 27 August 2018 I noted a document filed by the plaintiffs bore a stamp endorsement worded “Commonwealth of Australia 1955 Public Official”. I enquired of the Woolnoughs whether either of … Continue reading Woolnough & Anor v Isaac Regional Council [2019] QSC 54 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Althaus v Australia Meat Holdings Pty Ltd & Ors [2010] QCA 312

Althaus v Australia Meat Holdings Pty Ltd & Ors [2010] QCA 312: The appellant has subsequently asserted that he is a Commonwealth public official, Commonwealth entity or authority so that his matters must be dealt with in a court upon which Federal jurisdiction has been conferred under Ch III of the Constitution. He claims to be a Commonwealth public … Continue reading Althaus v Australia Meat Holdings Pty Ltd & Ors [2010] QCA 312 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Tatana v Commonwealth DPP [2011] VSC 367

Tatana v Commonwealth DPP [2011] VSC 367: The applicant, who appears in person, seeks to appeal to this Court from orders made by the Magistrates’ Court at Melbourne on 22 February 2011. On that day, the Magistrates’ Court struck out a multitude of charges filed by the applicant ostensibly as a “Commonwealth Public Official” against 17 … Continue reading Tatana v Commonwealth DPP [2011] VSC 367 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Basham v City of Joondalup [2015] WASC 345

The appellant was convicted of a minor parking fine which he contested, and was fined $60 and ordered to pay costs of $1,478.70. The appellant sought leave to appeal from the conviction, and the costs order on the grounds it was manifestly excessive, in Basham v City of Joondalup [2015] WASC 345. The appellant claimed … Continue reading Basham v City of Joondalup [2015] WASC 345 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Waddington v State of Victoria [2018] VSC 746

In Waddington v State of Victoria [2018] VSC 746 the plaintiff sought relief against the State of Victoria, the Sheriff for the State of Victoria, Kirk Branton (Sheriff’s Officer) and Victoria Police, regarding 605 infringement warrants totalling $146,824.27, for driving an unregistered vehicle in a toll zone. The fines were not paid and enforcement orders … Continue reading Waddington v State of Victoria [2018] VSC 746 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Wilson v White [2007] WASCA 87

The appellants received a sequestration order and failed to make out and file with the Official Receiver a statement of affairs, and were subsequently convicted. They contended that the manner in which the magistrate had proceeded was unlawful by virtue of the provisions about discrimination contained in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, … Continue reading Wilson v White [2007] WASCA 87 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Raoul Agapis

The appellant was charged for break and enter and uttering death threats, for which he stood trial before Birmingham DCJ and a jury and was convicted. "The appellant was brought into the courtroom from the detention area. Attempts were made to identify him. The appellant took exception to being referred to by the name 'Raoul … Continue reading Raoul Agapis →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Jackson v Western Australia Police [2014] WASC 72

The appellant was charged with trespassing and obstruction offences. At the Magistrates Court he demanded a trial by jury per Chapter 29 of the Magna Carta, which was refused and he was convicted of the summary offences. He appealed in Jackson v Western Australia Police [2014] WASC 72, arguing the denial of a jury trial … Continue reading Jackson v Western Australia Police [2014] WASC 72 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd v Evans; Evans v Esanda Finance Corporation Ltd [2016] NSWSC 1742

ANZ provided various facilities to Glenevan Pty Ltd, a company of which Mr and Mrs Evans were the sole directors. The facilities were secured by guarantees given Mr and Mrs Evans and mortgages over three properties and two vehicles. In February 2015, the company was placed into liquidation, resulting in an event of default occurring. … Continue reading Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd v Evans; Evans v Esanda Finance Corporation Ltd [2016] NSWSC 1742 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike … Continue reading Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd v Evans; Evans v Esanda Finance Corporation Ltd [2016] NSWSC 1742
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Baker v New South Wales Police [2013] NSWSC 57

The appellant was convicted of refusing to provide a breath sample, speeding, and not producing a driver’s licence. He appealed in Baker v New South Wales Police [2013] NSWSC 57 on the grounds he was denied his “inalienable right to trial by jury”, and demanded $250,000.00 in damages. He also contended that all judges must be … Continue reading Baker v New South Wales Police [2013] NSWSC 57 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Cribb v Bell [2012] WASC 346

The plaintiff (the liquidator of Costanoza Pty Ltd) issued a summons for the examination of Mr Carl William Bell, but the respondent challenged the authority of the registrar and refused to take an oath or affirmation, or to answer questions on two separate examinations, and didn't appear for the third. On the fourth attempt, in … Continue reading Cribb v Bell [2012] WASC 346 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Tadeusz Krysiak

Tadeusz Krysiak was charged with exceeding the speed limit. At the mention and trial he sought to challenge the jurisdiction of the Magistrates Court but was unsuccessful, and sought leave to appeal the conviction in Krysiak v Hodgson, [2009] WASC 16 1 but did not appear. The court found the grounds on the submissions were … Continue reading Tadeusz Krysiak → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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O’Connell v The State of Western Australia [2012] WASCA 96

John Walsh of Brannagh represented the appellant in O’Connell v The State of Western Australia [2012] WASCA 96. The submissions included contentions regarding the passage of the Acts Amendment and Repeal (Courts and Legal Practice) Act 2003 (WA) which were purported to dissolve the indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom by removing the … Continue reading O’Connell v The State of Western Australia [2012] WASCA 96 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Palmer v City of Gosnells [2013] WASC 446

The appellants were each convicted of six offences under the Planning and Development Act 2005 (WA), for development activities carried on in relation to their jointly owned property.  The Palmers' counsel was John Walsh of Brannagh who made written submissions on 'constitutional issues' prior to trial, which were rejected by the magistrate, but there were numerous … Continue reading Palmer v City of Gosnells [2013] WASC 446 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Hedley v Spivey, [2011] WASC 325

The appellant was charged with obstructing a police officer in the execution of his duty. He was convicted and sought leave to appeal in Hedley v Spivey, [2011] WASC 325, on the grounds that the magistrate wasn't in a Chapter 3 court, that he failed to swear an oath of allegiance to the Crown, and … Continue reading Hedley v Spivey, [2011] WASC 325 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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The Corica’s

With a litigation history that rivals that of vexatious litigant Wayne Glew, the Corica's have been involved in at least 17 failed cases in which various flawed contentions were submitted. Although many of the following matters ran concurrently and on the same subject, I have divided them into their particular series as: (1) Corica v … Continue reading The Corica’s → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Kable v DPP (NSW) [1996] HCA 24

Kable v DPP (NSW) [1996] HCA 24 (Dawson J. at p 11 - 12): "But the important thing is that for present purposes the words "peace, welfare, and good government" are not words of limitation. As this Court observed in Union Steamship Co of Australia Pty Ltd v King (39): "They did not confer on … Continue reading Kable v DPP (NSW) [1996] HCA 24 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Maxwell Hugh Wilson

The appellants received a sequestration order and failed to make out and file with the Official Receiver a statement of affairs, and were subsequently convicted. They contended that the manner in which the magistrate had proceeded was unlawful by virtue of the provisions about discrimination contained in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, … Continue reading Maxwell Hugh Wilson →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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More Rodney Culleton cases

In Culleton v Elliott [2019] WASC 407 the applicant resisted a mortgage foreclosure commencing a private prosecution against the respondent for obtaining 'stolen goods' and selling those goods. "The bulk of the outline of submissions is concerned with a tired and unmeritorious argument challenging the validity of the Royal Style and Titles Act 1973 (Cth) providing that the … Continue reading More Rodney Culleton cases →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Application of Chapter III to the States

Extract from Fardon v Attorney-General (Qld) [2004] HCA 46; 223 CLR 575 1 (from P. 36, per McHugh J. analysis of Kable v Director of Public Prosecutions (NSW) (1996) 189 CLR 51) 2  Application of Chapter III to the States The doctrine of the separation of powers, derived from Chapters I, II and III of the … Continue reading Application of Chapter III to the States → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Pengelly v Serpentine Jarrahdale Shire [2014] WASCA 5

The appellants were convicted of offences under the Planning and Development 2005 (WA) and appealed in Pengelly v Abbiss [2013] WASC 10. The appellants contended that the State Constitution, the Local Government Act 1995 and the Magistrates Court Act 2004 were invalid, that the primary magistrate had not been sworn in using the lawful oath, … Continue reading Pengelly v Serpentine Jarrahdale Shire [2014] WASCA 5 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Moon v Secure Funding Pty Ltd [2013] QCA 86

Moon v Secure Funding Pty Ltd [2013] QCA 86 "As a result of, a lack of response, to my recent requests for 'Validation of Authority', sent to registry staff, as well as chief justice and state attorney general, I am left with no choice but to cancel the upcoming appeal (CA 9249/12) due to the … Continue reading Moon v Secure Funding Pty Ltd [2013] QCA 86 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Nick Peters

In the primary court prior to Peters v Pimm Pty Ltd [2019] QCA 306 the magistrate found that the applicant had not proved the facts to support his claim, and it was dismissed, and he then appealed to challenge the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal.  He informed the court that he had discovered that “judges of the … Continue reading Nick Peters → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Ryan v The Council of the City of Sydney [2018] NSWSC 265

Ryan v The Council of the City of Sydney [2018] NSWSC 265 The appellant contended that the Council had failed to respond adequately to his enquiries about the rate notice which he called an invoice, and that both the LCA and the Local Government Act 1993 are invalid, and therefore, he is entitled not to … Continue reading Ryan v The Council of the City of Sydney [2018] NSWSC 265 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Warren Ronald Wichman v Pepper Finance Corporation Limited [2019] NSWCA 195

The issues raised before the Registrar and in Pepper Finance Corporation Limited v Wichman [2019] NSWSC 1009 relate, amongst other things, to what Mr Warren Ronald Wichman refers to as "common law rights" and the requirement to be sworn to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 (UK). The applicant disputes the jurisdiction of the … Continue reading Warren Ronald Wichman v Pepper Finance Corporation Limited [2019] NSWCA 195 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Cardinia Shire Council v Kraan [2017] VMC024

Cardinia Shire Council v Kraan [2017] VMC024 The defendant makes 49 various submissions challenging the validity of the proceeding brought against him by the Cardinia Shire Council, and the jurisdiction of the Court to hear the charges. He raised these submissions by tendering a document prepared by Wayne Glew, in which he contends that the Magistrates … Continue reading Cardinia Shire Council v Kraan [2017] VMC024 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Sill v City of Wodonga [2017] VSC 671

Sill v City of Wodonga [2017] VSC 671 This is a case about a disputed $22.50 dog licence fee.  To use the words of the applicant in his written case: "This case started with a notice from my Local Government Office in Wodonga, the notice said I had to pay for a $22.50 annual dog … Continue reading Sill v City of Wodonga [2017] VSC 671 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Barrett-Lennard v Bembridge [2015] WASC 353

In BarrettLennard -v- Bembridge [2015] WASC 353 the appellant contended Biblical law is supreme and that the magistrate refused to hear Biblical references as vowed to be upheld by its supreme governor Queen Elizabeth II in her Coronation oath, and that due to Deuteronomy 4:2 Christians cannot be compelled to hold a drivers licence, give accurate details … Continue reading Barrett-Lennard v Bembridge [2015] WASC 353 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Commonwealth Public Official

Division 148 of the Criminal Code 1995 provides: Impersonation of Commonwealth public officials 148.1 - Impersonation of an official by a non-official (1) A person other than a Commonwealth public official commits an offence if: (a) on a particular occasion, the person impersonates another person in that other person's capacity as a Commonwealth public official; … Continue reading Commonwealth Public Official →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Kosteska v Magistrate Manthey & Anor [2013] QCA 105

Kosteska v Phillips; Kosteska v Commissioner of Police [2011] QCA 266 The applicant contended that the Court of Appeal was not a lawfully established court and raised a complaint that the only form of legal tender was gold or silver coin, in defence of a cannabis charge. Of note in this case is the references … Continue reading Kosteska v Magistrate Manthey & Anor [2013] QCA 105 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Shoalhaven City Council v Ellis [2012] NSWLEC 225

In Shoalhaven City Council v Ellis [2012] NSWLEC 225 the respondents contended that because they are the holders of estates in fee simple, they are not subject to the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act, and that the proceedings concern interests in land and issues under the Commonwealth Constitution, so they are matters only within federal … Continue reading Shoalhaven City Council v Ellis [2012] NSWLEC 225 →Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Palmer v City of Gosnells [2014] WASCA 102

In Palmer v City of Gosnells [2014] WASCA 102 the appellants contended that the Oath of Allegiance in the schedule to the Commonwealth Constitution must be sworn by every government officer State and Commonwealth, the Magistrates Court Act 2004 (WA) is invalid, that decisions of State courts do not form part of the common law, that … Continue reading Palmer v City of Gosnells [2014] WASCA 102 → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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Danny Maksacheff

Danny Maksacheff 1 is an OPCA litigant in New South Wales, who was influenced by a number of people such as Glenn Bowley, Romley Stewart Stover and Rodney Culleton, to pursue the course of action against the bank. Among the various OPCA motifs and constitutional misconceptions, the main premise was the delivery of a promissory … Continue reading Danny Maksacheff → Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
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