Russellian Science: Some Critical Corrections

In this series I will be exposing the many problems found in Walter Russell’s work due to his inconsistent usage of various terms and concepts. The fact that he changed the traditional definitions of things like: light, gravity, magnetism, matter, God, electricity was a tragic mistake IMHO. Since by doing this he immediately confuses everyone […]

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Universal Community Templates

Size: 1 tenth of a square mile of land / 64 acres. Description: a hamlet. Required Natural Resources: water; woodland and/or orchards; pasture; arable. Population: 64 people sharing 16 dwellings, with an average of 4 per household. Land Allocation: 1 acre per dwelling, unless otherwise agreed; 16 acres for water, orchards and/or woodland; 24 acres […]

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The Bank, Rothschilds & the Gold Standard

BANK OF ENGLAND ACT 1694 Tonnage Act 1694 Bank of England Charter 1694 Bank of England Act 1833 1844 bank charter act Coinage Act 1870 International Monetary Conference 1878 Coinage Act 1884 Rothschild Letter Currency and Bank Notes Act 1914 Currency and Bank Notes (Amendment) Act Interim Report of the Cunliffe Committee 1918 Treaty of […]

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International Law & Convention Downloads

Rights of Indigenous Peoples State Immunity Act 1978 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations 1961 Law of Treaties Convention law-of-peace_Vol-1 DI & the Police Diplomatic & Consular Premises Act 1987 Diplomatic Privileges Act 1964 Doctrine of Micro Sovereignty Consular Relations Bangalore_principles British Yearbook of International Law-1977-Crawford-93-182 Universal Legal Technology Law of Nations un development & codification […]

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Ourstorical Downloads

OURSTORY OF THE ISLANDS OF BRITAIN Historical Triads Saint Paul in Britain, R.W. Morgan The Origin of British Christianity History of the British Kings History of Britain by R W MORGAN (1848) Arthurian portion of Roman de Brut Anglo-Saxon Chronicles Ancient Laws of Cambria   Share:

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English v Ecclesiastical Law

CHARTER OF LIBERTIES, 1100 CE Henry, king of the English, to Bishop Samson and Urso de Abetot and all his barons and faithful, both French and English, of Worcestershire, [copies were sent to all the shires] greeting. 1. Know that by the mercy of God and the common counsel of the barons of the whole […]

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Void Court Orders

By Shirley Lewald, Solicitor Advocate Higher Rights (Civil and Criminal Courts), MSc (Psych), PGDip (SocSc), PGCPSE, LLB (Hons). The interesting and important nature of a ‘void’ order of a Court is not fully understood and appreciated in England and this article is written to assist the understanding of a ‘void’ order and to assist legal […]

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Fraud Vitiates Everything

All England Law Reports/1956/Volume 1 /Lazarus Estates Ltd v Beasley – [1956] 1 All ER 341   [1956] 1 All ER 341   Lazarus Estates Ltd v Beasley     COURT OF APPEAL   DENNING, MORRIS AND PARKER LJJ     12, 13, 24 JANUARY 1956   Rent Restriction – Repairs increase – Landlord’s declaration […]

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Void Charge Removed from the Register

Garguilo v Jon Howard Gershinson & Anr [2012] EWLandRA 2011_0377 (06 January 2012) We are pleased to welcome solicitor and partner Anis Waiz of Mohindra Maini LLP as he continues his critical review of current case law. Here, Anis examines Garguilo v Jon Howard Gershinson (2) Louisa Brooks Joint Fixed Charge Receivers of Desmond Daniel […]

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Mercury Tax Group v HMRC

Neutral Citation Number: [2008] EWHC 2721 (Admin) Case No: CO/936/2008 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION ADMINISTRATIVE COURT Royal Courts of Justice Strand, London, WC2A 2LL 13/11/2008 B e f o r e : THE HONOURABLE MR JUSTICE UNDERHILL ____________________ Between: The Queen on the Application of (1) Mercury Tax Group Limited […]

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Statutory Law of UK Mortgages

Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 The Section 1(3) Argument and the Estoppel Issue Section 1 (3) of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 provides  that: “An instrument is validly executed as a deed by an individual if, and only if, (a) it is signed – (i) by him in the presence […]

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“Sahib” Times Law Report

UNITED BANK OF KUWAIT V SAHIB & OTHERS (1996) Times, 13 February Deposit of deeds does not create charge COURT OF APPEAL Published 13 February, 1996 Before Lord Justice Leggatt, Lord Justice Peter Gibson and Lord Justice Phillips Judgment February 2, 1996 Section 2 of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989, which provided […]

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Unenforceable Charges

BLUNDELL LECTURES – 34TH ANNUAL SERIES THE ENFORCEABILITY AND UNENFORCEABILITY OF CHARGES OVER LAND – PART I HAVE I GOT A CHARGE? Introduction 1. The overriding theme of this year’s Blundell Lectures is dictated by the economy. Do I have to pay? Can I get out of paying? Can I sue the guarantor? These are […]

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The “English” Law of Representative Actions

CLASS ACTIONS: REINVENTING THE WHEEL CIVIL JUSTICE COUNCIL COLLECTIVE ADDRESS EVENT THEOBALD’S PARK: 26 – 27 MARCH 2008   Introduction 1. Imagine you’ve hitched a ride with David Tennant (something which might appeal more to some than others) and he’s taken you back to 1904. He could take you anywhere, to see anyone, but you […]

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The English Law of Liens

Extracts from Halsbury’s Laws of England, widely regarded within the legal profession as ‘the bible of English Law’. 701. Types. The concept of lien in the simple sense of a legal right to keep possession of property until a claim has been met and has been extended to cover a number of analogous rights. Liens […]

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The Law of Banking

The following is a series of extracts from Paget’s Laws of Banking, 1904. SECURITIES FOR ADVANCES The Banker’s Lien APART from any special security, the banker can look to his general lien as a protection against loss on loan or overdraft. The general lien of bankers is part of the law merchant and judicially recognised […]

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A Promise to Pay

Contrary to every day usage of bills of exchange, all money is debt.Since all forms of legal currency since the abolition of the gold and silver standards are nothing more than a promise to pay the bearer the value of the pledge, as evidenced by every bank note currently in public circulation, it is easy […]

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Cometh the Moment…

“Whoever may be guilty of abuse of power, be it Government, State, Employer, Trade Union or whoever, the law must provide a speedy remedy. Otherwise the victims will find their own remedy.” Alfred Thompson “Tom” Denning, 23 January 1899 – 5 March 1999. Over the course of the last four years I have watched the […]

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Maxims of Equity, Commerce & Law

Maxims of Equity Equity regarding what ought to be done Equity will not suffer a wrong to be without a remedy Equity delights in equality One who seeks equity must do equity Equity aids the vigilant, not those who slumber on their rights Equity imputes an intent to fulfill an obligation Equity acts in personam […]

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Denial of Consent to Register Children

This is a sanitised process used by my wife and I to deny our consent to register the birth of our daughter. NOTICE OF DECLARATION OF DENIAL OF CONSENT TO REGISTER CHILDREN NOTICE TO AGENTS IS NOTICE TO PRINCIPAL NOTICE TO PRINCIPAL IS NOTICE TO AGENTS Dear CAROLINE SHORT-TEMPERED, Following today’s receipt of your letter […]

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Success with the Taxman

After five years of unreturned tax returns and unpaid late penalty fees, the taxman issued a demand, giving my STRAWMAN a month to bring the account up to date or face legal proceedings. This is what they received in response. Ariel Sharron The Monarch’s Revenue Collectors (TMRC) Windsor House Temple Town W6 66M 16 February […]

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