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Sunday, 20 November 2011

"Common Law - Admiralty Law - And Your Straw Man" Part 10

"When Is A Parking Ticket - Not A Bill Of Exchange?"
"When It's A Security Interest!"


Before we start this posting, we would like the reader to know, and acknowledge, that anything in this posting is "NOT" Legal Advice, and should "NOT" be perceived as such. Everything written here is merely our own theory.
Please also note, that anyone using these tactics or copying what we have done here, "MUST" know how to defend themselves properly in a courtroom. Lawyer's and Judges have a wealth of knowledge and trickery to get you to consent to their codes of practice, thereby rendering you liable to their penalties after you have been coaxed into giving up your "Inalienable Rights".
"Common Law is the greatest protection anyone has against tyrannical Government and injustice. The States of Jersey have trampled the Law of the land into the dirt."
  
"The Great Deception"

Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man PART 1
Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man PART 2
Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man PART 3
Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man PART 4
Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man PART 5
Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man PART 6
Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man PART 7 
Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man PART 8
Common Law Admiralty Law And Your Straw Man PART 9




 "JERSEY'S LAWYER'S TRY AND SWITCH THE BAIT ON US - OH YOU NASTY BOYS :)"
Too bad we kicked your asses - and in just 3 days!

We have been exposing the unlawful actions of the Jersey Government and their agents over the last few months in their revenue generating parking ticket scam, the following is what we discovered....

 After going to the "Road Traffic Act" section on the Jersey Law website last Wednesday to check up on one or two matters, we discovered that the whole section had disappeared! Why would that be we wondered? Having regard to the work we have done recently on the Jersey Parking Ticket, and all its deceptions, we immediately suspected that they were changing the rules on us and hoping we would not cotton on.

And why would they do this if we were not correct about our perceptions of common law and our Strawman?
Quite telling really, isn't it?

After much gnashing of teeth, wailing, and head scratching, the "Sharpe Lawyers" have come up with a "NEW" parking ticket, only this is not a parking ticket! nor is it a fine! it is an "offer" to make a voluntary payment "OR" attend a business meeting at the Parish Hall.

This is in fact, known in commercial circles as a Security Interest. A Security Interest differs from a Bill of Exchange (the previous ticket) in that a Bill of Exchange is for the payment of money only, whereas a Security Interest is for payment of money "OR" performance!

The New "Parking Infraction" Is Below


As you can see by the above non parking ticket, ticket, it is in fact an offer of a transaction of a Security Interest. This can be deduced by the facts that they are offering you to pay a voluntary payment (payment) or be referred to the parish hall (performance).


Below we have the relevant excerpt of the Security Interest (Jersey) LAW 1983

“security interest” means an interest in intangible movable property that secures payment or performance of an obligation under the provisions of this Law.

4. Time of creation of security interest
"A security interest may be created before or after the obligation to which it relates comes into existence."

In article 4 above, we see that the obligation can be created after the offer of the transaction of a Security Interest, if no action is taken. A Security Interest is a specific type of contract, but like any other contract it can be declined.
Reasons for declining any offer of contract can be as simple as “I do not want to contract with you”.

Below is an example of how "WE" would deal with the parishes offer of a transaction of a Security Interest.


Examples if more than one christian name
Ian:Evans
Ian-John:Evans
Ian-Cyril-John:Evans
c/o 13 Unlucky Avenue
St Smellier, Jersaaaaey
21st December 2012
Slyman Crowcroft
Constable of St Smellier
Parish Hall

Parking Infraction Number "666"

Notice Of Voiding Of Offer Of
Transaction Of A Security Interest


Dear Sir

It is my belief that the Document (666 - whatever number your ticket is) left on my automobile is an offer of a transaction of a Security Interest, as per Security Interest (Jersey) LAW 1983.

I hereby NOTIFY you that I DO NOT wish to contract with you, nor am I accepting any transactions of Security Interests at this time, therefore, I hereby return your Security Interest to you.

Yours sincerely, and without ill will, vexation or frivolity


 sign here in "blue ink" your usual signature


Examples if more than one christian name
Ian:Evans
Ian-John:Evans
Ian-Cyril-John:Evans

ALL INALIENABLE RIGHTS RESERVED


This particular offer of a transaction of a Security Interest is "cured" after three days of inaction on the part of the intended victim of this revenue generating deception. "YOU"
It cannot be argued or disputed after "three days"
REMEMBER THIS


THE RULES ARE SIMPLE

1. ALWAYS get your Notice of Rebuttal (above in blue) back to the "appropriate" Parish Hall, along with the original (err) "ticket" within three (3) days of It's issue.

2. ALWAYS scan and save a copy of the document (back & front) and any accompanying letter you receive, which (for St Helier) will probably be from that renowned child abuser protector - Daniel Scaife - Chef De Police - St Smellier, plus of course, your Notice copy.

3. ALWAYS write your name as we have done (at the top and bottom of your notice) this will denote that you are a man or a woman and NOT a legal fiction person.

4. NEVER address your name as MR, SIR, ESQ, MRS or MISS/MS.

5. ALWAYS put  "c/o" (care of) before your home address as ONLY Corporations have addresses.

6. ALWAYS sign your Notice with a (blue) pen, NEVER a (black) one.

7. ALWAYS write "All Inalienable Rights Reserved" after your printed name at the foot of the page.


GOOD JOB IAN & CYRIL :)

Oh, Thanks you guys :)

"SHARPE" HEY! :)

Kick Ass :)


12 comments:

  1. Fantastic work Ian and Cyril, I can't get enough of this common law thing, its incredible.

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  2. Great stuff guys. Bet they wont let you near stuart.

    rs

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  3. nice one Ian, i'm in the middle of a battle with them at the moment, waiting for my invite to the town hall, so it's good of you to update us on this. Wish me luck :-) x

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  4. suprising that our local media have not taken a look at this common law thing. WHY?

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  5. Thanks for the interest and the support you guys, much appreciated.

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  6. hay, egg on my face here lol.can we do any thing about tv license .as iv not got one and there on to me .b..t..s .they say I not paid for 2 years , I reckon its 3 but don't tell them .hopeful

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  7. i must commend you for this .i wish i had this expertise .i wish you luck .egg on my face ,e.o.m.f . as i said i wish i could write what you write .also i wish things were better in jersey with work and i wish that we were able to get what we want .we need to get rid of the polish and give local ppl jobs .i am being undercut with my work and thats why i am claiming benefits . the bubble has burst big time .

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  8. E.O.M.F

    we dealt with TV Lisences the other WEEK just copy the letter in blue!!!

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  9. And remember the rules about names and addresses!!!!!!!

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  10. I have three Polish workers that have been employed by our company for the last six years, they have been honest hard working and a pleasure to work with.
    In that time I have also had Five local people that no longer work for us, two tried to sue us at the tribunal unsuccessfully I might add, two got pregnant and still are not back to work as they are claiming work was to stressful and are on income support , the last of the local intake left and has been running our company down to the ground at another business , it's really not worth the hassle of perusing.
    Unlike you , Ian we pay our taxes and try and contribute to our society, when I read defamatory comment on your blog about the Polish etc, I see red

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  11. I must confess, I have not come across anyone who employs polish who has a bad word to say about the polish work force.

    Certainly, the ones I have met are decent pleasant people who are prepared to graft.

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