Re Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd [2022] VSC 438

The defendants were former employees of Coles Supermarkets, but Coles terminated their employment because they declined to be vaccinated in accordance with a COVID-19 vaccination policy for Coles employees. Through registered correspondence, the defendants attempted a typical OPCA foisted contract … Continue reading Re Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd [2022] VSC 438
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Dent v Commissioner of Police [2022] QDC 235

In Dent v Commissioner of Police [2022] QDC 235 an OPCA adherent successfully appealed his sentence of 24 days imprisonment for failing to appear, that was imposed by a magistrate who grew impatient with the defendant due to his in-court … Continue reading Dent v Commissioner of Police [2022] QDC 235
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Conspiracy!: Or, When Bad Things Happen To Good Litigants in Person

Dr. Kate Leader, "Conspiracy!: Or when bad things happen to good Litigants in Person": "This paper considers the relationship between Litigants in Person (LiPs) and conspiracy theories and seeks to answer two questions: how, and why, do some LiPs come … Continue reading Conspiracy!: Or, When Bad Things Happen To Good Litigants in Person
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

A kind of magic: the origins and culture of ‘Pseudolaw’

His Hon Judge Glen Cash QC, "A kind of magic: the origins and culture of 'Pseudolaw", speech given at the Queensland Magistrates State Conference, Brisbane (QDC)" [2022] QldJSchol 16: Download See also the brilliant judgement from Cash QC DCJ on the strawman … Continue reading A kind of magic: the origins and culture of ‘Pseudolaw’
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

The Dead Sleep Quiet: History of the Organized Pseudolegal Commercial Argument Phenomenon in Canada – Part II

Donald J. Netolitzky; "The Dead Sleep Quiet: History of the Organized Pseudolegal Commercial Argument Phenomenon in Canada - Part II": "A US-sourced set of false law concepts, "pseudolaw," entered into Canada circa 2000. A localized version of pseudolaw was adopted … Continue reading The Dead Sleep Quiet: History of the Organized Pseudolegal Commercial Argument Phenomenon in Canada – Part II
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Latai Smith v Sydney Night Patrol & Inquiry Co Pty Ltd trading as Certis Security Australia [2022] FWC 1462

"Latai Smith, a living woman..." was employed as a security officer by Sydney Night Patrol & Inquiry Co Pty Ltd trading as Certis Security Australia. She brought a proceeding against Certis’s General Manager – Head of Human Resources, Mr La … Continue reading Latai Smith v Sydney Night Patrol & Inquiry Co Pty Ltd trading as Certis Security Australia [2022] FWC 1462
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

From Paranoia Querulans to Vexatious Litigants. A short study on madness between psychiatry and the Law

Benjamin Lévy; "From Paranoia Querulans to Vexatious Litigants. A short study on madness between psychiatry and the Law": "This paper presents a comparative history of paranoia querulans, also known as litigants' delusion, in German‐speaking countries and France from the nineteenth … Continue reading From Paranoia Querulans to Vexatious Litigants. A short study on madness between psychiatry and the Law
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Andrew Glen Sorensen v Queensland Police Service Respondent [2022] QDC 121

The appellant was convicted of one charge of using a mobile phone, and one charge of driving without a licence, which he appealed in Andrew Glen Sorensen v Queensland Police Service Respondent [2022] QDC 121, alleging that he was unlawfully … Continue reading Andrew Glen Sorensen v Queensland Police Service Respondent [2022] QDC 121
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Yap v Matic [2022] WASC 181

Following a property sale by a real estate, the seller considered it to be unsatisfactory, and that the home was sold for less than its true value. he began a campaign of abusive threats and defamatory allegations towards the real … Continue reading Yap v Matic [2022] WASC 181
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

RHG Mortgage Corporation Ltd v Schafer [2014] WASC 297

RHG Mortgage Corporation Ltd sought summary judgement in respect of loans that Barbara and Uwe Schafer had defaulted. The defendants claimed the plaintiff had not discharged the burden of proving that it lent money to the defendants (as distinct from … Continue reading RHG Mortgage Corporation Ltd v Schafer [2014] WASC 297
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Backshall v The City of Greater Geraldton [2016] WASC 347 

The appellant was charged for failing to comply with a Building Order, contrary to section 115 of the Building Act 2011 (WA), and was convicted before Magistrate Potter at trial. In Backshall v The City of Greater Geraldton [2016] WASC 347 he … Continue reading Backshall v The City of Greater Geraldton [2016] WASC 347 
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd v Prichard [2021] QSC 179

The plaintiffs sought summary judgement for recovery of loans secured by a mortgage over a property. In Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd v Prichard [2021] QSC 179, the defendant did not dispute that the moneys are owed and that he … Continue reading Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd v Prichard [2021] QSC 179
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

McKenzie v New South Wales [2017] NSWSC 661

The Department of Primary Industries served a direction pursuant to section 329 of the Water Management Act 2000 (NSW), concerning two dams on the plaintiffs' property, alleging that the dams did not have a water management work approval in force, … Continue reading McKenzie v New South Wales [2017] NSWSC 661
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Kozisek v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited [2019] WASCA 71

The Bank sought summary judgment against Mr and Mrs Kozisek for a default on their loan agreements. The defendants filed a list of documents with the court, seeking an order compelling the Bank to provide full discovery of all requested … Continue reading Kozisek v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited [2019] WASCA 71
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Malcolm Roberts

A few Australian members of parliament have fallen for OPCA theories... Anne Bressington, who was elected to the South Australian Legislative Council at the 2006 South Australian election as Nick Xenophon's running mate, was once reported to have followed One … Continue reading Malcolm Roberts
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Peter Connor

Peter Connor is a long time OPCA adherent from Hervey Bay Queensland, credited with starting the Facebook group "Get out of paying fines, rego, fees, tolls and rates" that now has almost 40,000 members.  "This group is dedicated to Peter … Continue reading Peter Connor
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

They’re all paedophiles!

A popular excuse for many OPCA adherents in Australia to completely disregard any decision of the higher courts cited in response to their pseudo legal assertions, is their insistence that judges are involved in a highly organised paedophile network involving … Continue reading They’re all paedophiles!
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Juha Kulevi Kiskonen

Juha Kulevi Kiskonen was a well known supporter of Steven Spiers and his theories, often making videos regarding it and publishing them on social media. He would often erupt in anger and make threats towards those not supportive of the … Continue reading Juha Kulevi Kiskonen
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Solihin Millin

Solihin Millin is the founder of the anti-vaccination website Make Australia Healthy Again.  Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Solihin Millin had attempted the typical OPCA foisted unilateral contract, serving a "Notice of Liability" regarding vaccines on 28 June 2019, naming … Continue reading Solihin Millin
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Daniel Andrews charged with Treason!

In October 2021, a chiropractor from Bright in Victoria, Anthony Herman, initiated a private prosecution against Daniel Andrews for "Misprision of treason" using Brian Shaw's argument regarding the removal of references to the Crown in judicial oaths. After having the … Continue reading Daniel Andrews charged with Treason!
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Phoebe Lee Bennett

The West Australian: "Phoebe Lee Bennett slammed by Magistrate for ‘sovereign citizen’ claim after being caught speeding": "A Dunsborough teenager caught speeding on Bussell Highway has been lambasted by a magistrate for “wasting the court’s time” after claiming she did … Continue reading Phoebe Lee Bennett
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Hoxton Park Residents’ Action Group Inc. v Liverpool City Council [2010] NSWSC 1312

Hoxton Park Residents' Action Group Inc. v Liverpool City Council [2010] NSWSC 1312 concerned a development approval given by the Liverpool City Council (the first defendant), to the Malek Fahd Islamic School Ltd, (the second defendant). The third defendant was … Continue reading Hoxton Park Residents’ Action Group Inc. v Liverpool City Council [2010] NSWSC 1312
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Ibolya Szucs v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2007] FCA 1492

In Ibolya Szucs v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2007] FCA 1492 the applicant resisted a sequestration order that issued regarding an unpaid tax debt. The notice of appeal sought orders that the sequestration order be set aside, that the Deputy Commissioner … Continue reading Ibolya Szucs v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2007] FCA 1492
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Halliday v The Commonwealth of Australia [2000] FCA 950

In Halliday v The Commonwealth of Australia [2000] FCA 950 the applicants sought declarations that thirty three Acts and three regulations “establishing the New Taxation System and the Goods and Services Tax” were invalid.  The applicants were represented by David Fitzgibbon, … Continue reading Halliday v The Commonwealth of Australia [2000] FCA 950
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

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 … Continue reading Poonon Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [1999] NSWSC 1121
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Matchett & Lattimore v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] NSWSC 975

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 the plaintiffs were successfully sued … Continue reading Matchett & Lattimore v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] NSWSC 975
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Dooney v Henry [2000] HCA 44 

In Dooney v Henry [2000] HCA 44 several matters were heard together, as the plaintiffs delivered Statements of Claim which all sought substantially the same relief and raised the same points for decision.  In every case a Reply had also been … Continue reading Dooney v Henry [2000] HCA 44 
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Miller v Chapman [2001] FCA 105

In Miller v Chapman [2001] FCA 105 the applicant had challenged his taxation assessments on the grounds the Australian Tax Office is not a legal entity, and the so-called “interregnum argument” based upon an asserted deficiency in the appointment of Lord … Continue reading Miller v Chapman [2001] FCA 105
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

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 … Continue reading Arundel Chiropractic Centre Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2001] HCA 26
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

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 … Continue reading Walsh & Anor v Professional Nominees Pty Ltd & Anor [1998] QCA 259
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

The Organized Pseudolegal Commercial Argument (OPCA) Litigant Case

Jonnette Watson Hamilton; "The Organized Pseudolegal Commercial Argument (OPCA) Litigant Case" A summary of Meads v. Meads 2012 ABQB 571 https://freemandelusion.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/the-organized-pseudolegal-commercial-argument-opca-litigant-case.pdf . http://ablawg.ca/2012/10/30/the-organized-pseudolegal-commercial-argument-opca-litigant-case/ https://freemandelusion.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/the-organized-pseudolegal-commercial-argument-opca-litigant-case.pdfShare this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrWhatsAppEmailPocketTelegramLike this:Like Loading...
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

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, 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 … Continue reading McKewins Hairdressing and Beauty Supplies Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2000] HCA 27
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

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

In Money Tree Management Service Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation (No 3) [2000] SASC 286 the appellants raised a challenge against the validity of the commission and appointments of the Office of Governor and Chief Justice. “That the judicial … Continue reading Money Tree Management Service Pty Ltd v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation (No 3) [2000] SASC 286
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Plenty v Dillon (1991) HCA 5

In Plenty v Dillon (1991) HCA 5 the High Court of Australia held that police officers who entered the appellant's farm to serve a summons did not have express or implied consent for entry and therefore committed a trespass. This case is … Continue reading Plenty v Dillon (1991) HCA 5
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

National Australia Bank Limited v Norman [2012] VSC 14

In National Australia Bank Limited v Norman [2012] VSC 14 the court noted: "The counterclaim was comprised of random, almost incomprehensible, statements, propositions, quotations, argument and references to other material that appeared to have been lifted from other documents and randomly … Continue reading National Australia Bank Limited v Norman [2012] VSC 14
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Sproule [2012] FMCA 1188

In Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Sproule [2012] FMCA 1188 the defendant fought a sequestration order with what appears to be a foisted contract seeking to estop the collection action, arguing that he had "...prepared a bill of exchange with a … Continue reading Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Sproule [2012] FMCA 1188
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

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 … Continue reading Shields v Cbfc Limited [1994] FCA 1311
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

Westpac Banking Corporation v Mason [2011] NSWSC 1241

In Westpac Banking Corporation v Mason [2011] NSWSC 1241 the defendants attempted to avoid foreclosure arguing that securitizing a loan is misleading, deceptive, and unconscionable conduct, and that the bank could not enforce the loan agreement, as it had: "...already received … Continue reading Westpac Banking Corporation v Mason [2011] NSWSC 1241
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

RHG Mortgage Corporation Ltd v Astolfi [2011] NSWSC 1526

In RHG Mortgage Corporation Ltd v Astolfi [2011] NSWSC 1526 the respondent resisted an attempt to foreclose on her property, arguing that the mortgage could not be enforced because it had been securitized. The court struck out the pleadings responding that … Continue reading RHG Mortgage Corporation Ltd v Astolfi [2011] NSWSC 1526
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.

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 … Continue reading Mills-Edward v Russell [2011] WADC 9
To prevent the spread of various pseudo legal myths, this website relies on public support to continue this vital work. Please choose one of the following membership options to view the complete content of this article: Gold Coin Donation, 1 Month Membership, 3 Month Membership, 6 Month Membership, 12 Month Membership or Gold Membership. If you are already a member, Log in here to be redirected back to this page.