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 … Continue reading O’Hagan v Commissioner of Taxation [2020] QDC 288
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Leonard Clampett

Leonard Clampett ran a number of proposed constitutional arguments, but the main contention seems to be the section 115 currency argument which appears in many of his cases. He was also among the plaintiffs in Halliday v The Commonwealth of … Continue reading Leonard Clampett
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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
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Patrick Cusack

Patrick Cusack ran a variety of arguments based in the validity of the currency and also reliance on imperial enactments. In Cusack, Patrick Leo v Australian Electoral Commissioner [1984] FCA 400 1 the applicant sought review of decision not to accept … Continue reading Patrick Cusack
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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 … Continue reading Brian Charles Fyffe
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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 … Continue reading Tadeusz Krysiak
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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 … Continue reading The Corica’s
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Alan Skyring

Allan Skyring ran the section 115 currency argument persistently for many years. He raised the argument again in 2013, defending a speeding fine. After it was rejected by Magistrate Springer in the Brisbane Magistrates Court, Skyring also applied for a … Continue reading Alan Skyring
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Section 3 – Governor General to be paid in pounds

Section 3 of the Commonwealth Constitution states: 1 “Salary of Governor‑General There shall be payable to the Queen out of the Consolidated Revenue fund of the Commonwealth, for the salary of the Governor‑General, an annual sum which, until the Parliament … Continue reading Section 3 – Governor General to be paid in pounds
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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 … Continue reading David Walter
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Dylan Confaloniere

A musician known to quote obscure laws to avoid paying fines has earned the ire of the justice system after claiming it was unlawful for police to ask for his address. Serial court-room pest, Toowoomba man Dylan Confaloniere, 24, has … Continue reading Dylan Confaloniere
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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 … Continue reading Kosteska v Magistrate Manthey & Anor [2013] QCA 105
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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 … Continue reading Steven Spiers 
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Van den Hoorn v Ellis [2010] QDC 451

In Van den Hoorn v Ellis [2010] QDC 451 the appellant contended he was the “owner of the created fictions known as JOHAN HENDRICK VAN DEN HOORN and JOHN HENRY VAN DEN HOORN, being created fictions fraudulently owned and controlled by … Continue reading Van den Hoorn v Ellis [2010] QDC 451
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Cash is no good for debts! – section 115

Leonard Clampett repeatedly claimed it was impossible for him to pay fines, tolls, and other state debts because section 115 of the constitution 1 states the government can accept only coins made of gold or silver as payment for debts. He … Continue reading Cash is no good for debts! – section 115
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