The following article is a guest post authored by Gunham Badi Jakamarra (aka Mark McMurtrie). The topic is native title and the legal nature of such title.
The following is a brief article providing evidence that an infringement notice issued under the Infringements Act 2006 VIC is a fine, and as currently issued by Civic Compliance Victoria (and others) is illegal and void.
Civic Compliance Victoria is the "body" that processes infringement notices, infringement warrants and fines within the State of Victoria. This article provides a description of exactly what Civic Compliance Victoria is (and is not), and the people behind CCV.
This article provides a brief look at the offence of trespass to land within the Commonwealth of Australia. It is intended only as a starting point for further investigation and discussion, and is not in any way an authoritative treatise on the topic.
An extract taken from Halsbury's Laws of England, first edition, volume 21. The pages transcribed (493-501) touch upon Notaries. No commentary is provided.
The following article provides a shallow investigation on potential acts of treason against Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second. The basis of discussion revolves around comments made by Mr Hong Muy Lim in the Legislative Assembly of Victoria.
An extract taken from Halsbury's Laws of England, first edition, volume 24. The pages transcribed (164-173) touch upon Estate in Fee Simple and Modified Fees. No commentary is provided.
The following is a guide to prohibiting the installation of smart meters on your property. This guide should not be considered or construed as legal advice, nor should it be considered to be fool proof or guaranteed to stop the installation of a smart meter. The author provides this text as an invitation for action and welcomes further ideas as to how to lawfully stop the installation of smart meters against your will.
The following article is a relatively superficial overview of economic and political cycles in Australia since the 1840s. The reader is encouraged to perform further independent research and reflect upon patterns and theories related to economic and political cycles in Australia
As of July 2011, there are two active campaigns to modify the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. Neither is required, nor is likely to advance the interests of the people of the Commonwealth. History has shown that when politicians attempt to alter the Constitution the people are never better off by accepting referendum questions.