• Re: Is council tax illegal?

    True Midas, the poster on the other forum seems to know his stuff, its manic jargon to me, but if i read him correctly, he's saying, that when you get sent a council tax bill, its simply a contract for services, he points out that this contract offer can be negotiated (ive not got to the absolute bottom line of negotiations yet), that if you don't pay it, eventually you get sent a summons, but before it goes to court, you make it very clear in writting to the magistrates, that you want to be heard under the law of the land (Common Law), and that the proceedings will be dealt with in such a manner. Im guessing now, that that cannot be achieved in a county court (im waiting for that answer), anyone?

    "A county court which sits under the Law of this Land would be able to legally demand that you payed for the supply of these goods and services if they can prove you have contracted to receive them for that period. But if the court is not hearing the case under the Law of this land (the Common Law), and if you have expressly NOT come under the jurisdiction of such a court, then, by the Common Law, you remain, as before, free from any such contract. As already said. Since, under the Common Law, a contract exists only when parties that are bound by it have first agreed on its particulars. And one does not exist if all parties do not agree to its particulars. As already said.

    That is why the jurisdicition of such a court hearing must first be clarified if you are summoned to such a court, and this before the hearing starts. In short, you can question the jurisdiction of the court and NOT agree to come under its jurisdiction until this question of its jurisdiction is settled. Since your appeal, from the very start, is that the hearing is heard under the Law of this land. A fact which you can and must express to the Clerk of the Court and to the Magistrate even before the case begins. You may read this out from the public gallery, and/or in writing for the magistrate, or at the point before you would be due to enter the court. Since this lawful statement can and must be taken in to account by the court under the Law of this land.

    A court which ignored this and which issued an instruction that was not supported by the law of this land would not, lawfully, be operating under the Law of this land. And, provided you have stated clearly before the case started you are demanding your case be heard under the Common Law of this land, which you stand under, then, in that case, obviously, the case cannot proceed under the law of this land, unless it is heard under the law of this land. And any court which acts contrary to the law of this land when they are instructed by you to act only according to the Law of this Land are acting unlawfully and have no jurisdiction over you. A sovereign human being of this land. Since you are subject to no other Law than the law of this land."
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