Lizack and City Of Kalgoorlie-Boulder [2015] WASAT 20

In Lizack and City Of Kalgoorlie-Boulder [2015] WASAT 20 the applicant contended that the City had no lawful jurisdiction to make decisions affecting his use of the land in his certificate of title, arguments that were purported to be drawn from the common law and constitutional law. They referred to him holding his title as … Continue reading Lizack and City Of Kalgoorlie-Boulder [2015] WASAT 20

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

Teresa Van Lieshout

The appellant was convicted of carrying out a development on land without approval contrary to s 218 of the Planning and Development Act 2005 (WA), namely the placing of advertising signs on the front fence of a property owned by the appellant, which is effectively limited by a local planning policy. She was convicted and fined, and … Continue reading Teresa Van Lieshout

Dore v State of Queensland and Anor [2004] QDC 364

The applicants pleaded guilty to an offence under the Integrated Planning Act 1997 in relation to the clearing of trees on their property without a development permit and a further offence under the Land Act 1994 of clearing trees on a road without a tree clearing permit. The brothers were represented by counsel in the Magistrates Court but … Continue reading Dore v State of Queensland and Anor [2004] QDC 364

Burns v State of Queensland [2004] QSC 434

The applicant had decided to sell her land, and in order to maximize the sale price, to substantially clear it first.  For that purpose, it was necessary that she secure a development permit, but it was refused. She then appealed against the refusal to grant the permit, to the Planning and Environment Court, and the … Continue reading Burns v State of Queensland [2004] QSC 434

Wilson v Raddatz [2006] QCA 392

The applicant was convicted of a breach of s 4.3.1(1) Integrated Planning Act 1997 (Qld) of starting an assessable development, namely clearing of native vegetation on freehold land without a development permit for the development. He was fined $7,500 and ordered him to pay $62.25 costs of court, and $10,265.33 costs of investigation and prosecution. … Continue reading Wilson v Raddatz [2006] QCA 392

Glasgow v Hall [2006] QDC 042

The applicant was found guilty by an Acting Magistrate on 16 February 2005 of an offence of starting an assessable development without a development permit, constituted by clearing remnant vegetation on freehold land. He was fined $10,000 and ordered to pay costs amounting to $15,759.25.  The proceeding in Glasgow v Hall [2006] QDC 042 was … Continue reading Glasgow v Hall [2006] QDC 042

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

Glew v Shire of Greenough [2006] WASCA 260

Glew v Shire of Greenough [2006] WASCA 260 The appellant raised a number of grounds, including the changes of terminology contained within the Acts Amendment and Repeal (Courts and Legal Practice) Act 2003, which was contended has "removed Her Majesty and the Crown", that there is some constitutional impediment to the State Parliament exercising legislative … Continue reading Glew v Shire of Greenough [2006] WASCA 260

Independent Sovereign State of Australia

Cameron v Beattie [2001] QCA 392 "For reasons that will become apparent I shall refer to the appellant by his full name Donald Gordon Cameron.  He brought an action in the Supreme Court for declaratory relief, including a declaration that the latest State election was invalid.  His statement of claim was summarily dismissed by Justice … Continue reading Independent Sovereign State of Australia

The Fee Simple Alienation Argument

As you will note from the plentiful amount of case law surrounding this premise, the primary authority that overrules the fee simple alienation argument is found in Bone v Mothershaw [2002] QCA 120 https://freemandelusion.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bone-v-mothershaw-2002-qca-120.pdf This decision was appealed to the High Court, where leave to appeal was rejected in Bone v Mothershaw [2003] HCATrans 779 https://freemandelusion.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/bone-v-mothershaw-2003-hcatrans-779.pdf   … Continue reading The Fee Simple Alienation Argument

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

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

David Walter

In Legal Services Commissioner v Walter [2011] QSC 132 1 the Legal Services Commissioner applied pursuant to s 703 of the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld) for an injunction to restrain David John Walter from engaging in legal practice in the State of Queensland when not an Australian legal practitioner, after the respondent had repeatedly sought, in many … Continue reading David Walter

Canaway v Chief Executive, Department of Natural Resources and Water [2009] QLC 0120   

In Canaway v Chief Executive, Department of Natural Resources and Water [2009] QLC 0120 the appellant submitted that the Constitution is invalid and the Queen is not Head of State, citing Fitzgibbon v HM Attorney General [2005] EWHC 114 (Ch) that the Letters Patent issued under the Great Seal of Australia in appointing a Governor General … Continue reading Canaway v Chief Executive, Department of Natural Resources and Water [2009] QLC 0120   

Lade and Company Pty Ltd v Finlay & Anor; Lade v Franks & Anor [2010] QSC 382

Lade and Company Pty Ltd v Finlay & Anor; Lade v Franks & Anor [2010] QSC 382 The appellant sought "...the amount of $5,269.63 plus 11% compound interest with daily rests for rates paid ... on his private registered property, held by him in a Deed of Grant to an Estate in Fee-simple of alienated … Continue reading Lade and Company Pty Ltd v Finlay & Anor; Lade v Franks & Anor [2010] QSC 382

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

The Brigalow Corporation Myth

In this chapter I will explore some of the myths behind David Walter's and Sue Maynes conspiracy theories about how they believe the Brigalow Corporation came to take over all the land in Queensland. The Brigalow Lands Development Scheme in Queensland began in 1962 and   involved the clearing and development of brigalow scrub land for producing … Continue reading The Brigalow Corporation Myth

Wayne Glew

Wayne Kenneth Glew 1 has an extensive OPCA and constitutional litigation history.  In fact, the decisions made in Wayne's cases are relied upon, whenever similar contentions are brought before courts today, and in many cases they have become precedent in the particular point of law. Here is a brief summary of cases past:  Glew & … Continue reading Wayne Glew