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Jerymy.Brownridge@gov.bc.ca; ghinfo@gov.bc.ca; mcu@justice.gc.ca; Jody.Wilson-Raybould@parl.gc.ca; jag.minister@gov.bc.ca; suzanne.anton.MLA@leg.bc.ca; stephen.wallace@gg.ca
Monday, November 21, 2016

Notice on one is notice on the other!
Included but separate:

Public Notice Mandamus regarding “BC Common Law Courts” and rules of natural justice in all matters involving human rights!

1.  The “indigent status application” is an official acknowledgement by the state of the state’s own human rights violations requiring there be no people with that status;
2.  The “Court Services Online” [https://justice.gov.bc.ca/cso/index.do] is another official acknowledgement by the state of the state’s own human rights violations regarding equality, freedom of expression and selling access to justice. Plus those of us that qualify for the indigent status because of the movement disability pensions paid by the state that are far from an adequate standard of living that still have to physically go to the court house just to file papers;
3.  As agreed, documents must meet the standard "AS ANY REASONABLE PERSON WOULD UNDERSTAND" and that is all! A "REASONABLE PERSON" does not speak or understand the legal jargon of the inferior jurisdiction;
4.  quo warranto – Justify the state using civil law legislation with its legal jargon to violate the states prime responsibility and duty to always be protecting the human rights and fundamental freedoms in breach of trust and duty regarding the inherent jurisdiction people;
5.  As agreed, the petitioner has never been stripped of his inherent jurisdiction rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled, or deprived of his standing in any way, by the previous lawful judgment of his equals or by the law of the land. Nor can the petitioner be in any inferior jurisdiction courts or under the authority of any inferior jurisdiction government or class of subject;
6.  Magna Carta 45. Where is the protection when the inferior jurisdiction appoints justices, constables, sheriffs, or bailiffs who do not know or follow the rules of natural justice or the law of the inherent jurisdiction realm regarding human rights protection;
7.  quo warranto – where does the Constitution Act of Bijural Canada 1867 provide for the inferior jurisdiction provincial courts or inferior jurisdiction governments to claim, assume or presume authority over general jurisdiction courts or persons by Deliberative Secrecy?
8.  As agreed, the petitioner, a common law [inherent jurisdiction] society member has no reason to hear, think about or comply with any inferior jurisdiction governments’ “Statutes, Enactments or Regulations etc.” operating under such Deliberative Secrecy!
9.  quo warranto, Mandamus and Deliberative Secrecy, As agreed, the petitioner in the exercise of inherent jurisdiction human rights and fundamental freedoms, including the promotion and protection of human rights has the right, individually and in association with others, to benefit from an effective remedy and to be protected in the event of the violation of those rights. How is it that an inherent jurisdiction human being no longer has direct access to such remedy?
10.   quo warranto, Mandamus and Deliberative Secrecy - Access to the Common Law General Jurisdiction Superior Court is now only accessible through inferior jurisdiction governments’ “Statutes, Enactments or Regulations. “Waiver of rule by agreement” (3) On application, as well as if all parties to a proceeding agree, the inferior jurisdiction governments court may order that any provision of these inferior jurisdiction Supreme Court Civil Rules does not apply to the general jurisdiction courts proceeding.”
11.   Prior to 1990, there existed in British Columbia a County Court a general jurisdiction court. A court that was claimed by Deliberative Secrecy to be an intermediate court between the inferior jurisdiction Provincial Court and the inferior jurisdiction Supreme Court of British Columbia. Under what authority was the general jurisdiction County Court of B.C. merged with the inferior jurisdiction Supreme Court of British Columbia with its civil rules
12.    Under what authority was the general jurisdiction County Court judges stripped of their general jurisdiction duties to become justices of the inferior jurisdiction Supreme Court of British Columbia with its civil rules. The Constitution Act of 1867 provides for provincial superior, district and county courts of general jurisdiction with federally appointed judges to be established by the provinces.
13.   Where does the inferior jurisdiction government court’s authority to sell, refuse or delay, right or justice come from regarding people?
14.   Although procedures and terminology differ between jurisdictions, there are generally two ways to ask a Court to make a decision in this dispute and the choice is the petitioners not the respondents.
    1. The petitioners’ way is by common law society petition to a general jurisdiction court which can restrict evidence to affidavits only, making unrebutted affidavits’ “judgements in commerce”.
    1. The other method is the inferior jurisdiction governments’ “Statutes, Enactments or Regulations” method using a writ and statement of claim which leads to a trial and which, with few exceptions, affidavit evidence is not allowed. This is usually the default way of engaging a Civil Law Court to resolve a dispute but it cannot deal with people only classes of  subjects.
15.   Natural Justice, - Basic or fundamental judicial rights extended to a person with rights at issue. A principle of natural justice which prohibits a judicial decision which impacts upon individual rights without giving all parties in the dispute a right to be heard. Explains why the inferior jurisdiction governments’ choose to be in breach of duty regarding the promotion and protection of inherent rights.
    1. The Constitution Act of 1867 provides for provincial superior courts of general jurisdiction with federally appointed judges to be established by the provinces.
    2. These courts are charged with administering all laws in force in Canada, whether enacted by Parliament, provincial legislatures or municipalities. This essentially unitary aspect of Canadian courts is fundamental to the Canadian judicial system. The provinces constitute, maintain and organize superior, county and district courts of both civil and criminal jurisdiction, and the federal government appoints the judges and pays their salaries.
    3. The remaining provincial courts are courts of inferior jurisdiction whose presiding officers are appointed by the province in which they sit. In addition, section 101 of the Act gives Parliament power to "provide for the Constitution, Maintenance and Organization of a General Court of Appeal for Canada, and for the establishment of any additional Courts for the better Administration of  the Laws of Canada." All of the courts constituted and appointed solely by the federal government owe their existence to this power.  Finally, all courts, except those in Québec, enforce the common LAW. In Québec the source of the civil or noncriminal law is the CIVIL LAW.
17.   Courts Established by the Provinces or Territories are operated by enumerated classes of subject and are only applicable to enumerated classes of subject not people;
18.   Mandamus, the petitioner has through both a legal and lawfully authorized representation complained about human rights and fundamental freedoms but those complaints never received any kind of response. With no response those complaints never received a prompt review in a public hearing before an independent, impartial and competent judicial or other authority established by law and to obtain from such an authority a decision, in accordance with law, providing redress, including any compensation due, where there has been a violation of that person's rights or freedoms, as well as enforcement of the eventual decision and award, all without undue delay. That is because of both the Lieutenant Governor and Lieutenant Governor in Councils’ breach of duty.
19.   As agreed, the Lieutenant Governor of B.C. represents the Queen at the provincial level in Canada and is the legal head of state in British Columbia, which means he or she acts as chief public representative and has the highest ranking position in the provincial government.  http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/governments/organizational-structure
20.   Mandamus, in today’s world the Lieutenant Governor is the legal head of state in British Columbia who is charged with the prime responsibility and duty to promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms which lies with the State! http://www.ohchr.org/EN/ProfessionalInterest/Pages/RightAndResponsibility.aspx
21.   Mandamus, the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia is in breach of her duty to promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms in violation of the Constitution, charter, International treaties and inherent human rights and fundamental freedoms. This is all done on the advice of the Premier and Executive Council who are also in breach of trust and breach of duty.
22.   As agreed, the ‘now corrupt civil democratic parliamentary government system” needs our consent and with the right to self-determination we can refuse that political association and remain in common law. International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights PART I Article 1 http://www.ohchr.org/EN/ProfessionalInterest/Pages/CESCR.aspx
23.   As agreed, the “General Court of Appeal for Canada” found in s101 of the B.N.A. Act is the highest court in Canada. This court is found in the B.N.A. Act and is a higher court than the inferior jurisdiction Supreme Court of Canada which was created with permission of the B.N.A. Act. Created by what has become the civil law democratic parliamentary government.
24.   As agreed, British Columbia joined a common law society that has both Property Rights as well as Civil Rights  - 8.1 Both the common law and the civil law are equally authoritative and recognized sources of the law of property and civil rights in Canada and, unless otherwise provided by law, if in interpreting an enactment it is necessary to refer to a province’s rules, principles or concepts forming part of the law of property and civil rights, reference must be made to the rules, principles and concepts in force in the province at the time the enactment is being applied. http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/i-21/page-2.html#docCont
 Expressions defined 29  In an enactment:
Ø  "Lieutenant Governor" means the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia and includes the Administrator of British Columbia;
Ø   "Lieutenant Governor in Council" means the Lieutenant Governor acting by and with the advice of, or by and with the advice and consent of, or in conjunction with, the Executive Council of the PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA (0000836136);
[ apparently there is one person who is the Lieutenant Governor that is the common law Lieutenant Governor - the Administrator of British Columbia as well as another Lieutenant Governor that is subservient to corrupt politicians ]
Ø  "person" includes a corporation, partnership or party, and the personal or other legal representatives of a person to whom the context can apply according to law;
[ Application of Charter - Section 32 - Application of Charter - This Charter applies
to the Parliament and government of Canada in respect of all matter within the authority of Parliament including all matters relating to the Yukon Territory and Northwest Territories; and
to the legislature and government of each province in respect of all matters within the authority of the legislature of each province.
The purpose of this section is to make it clear that the Charter only applies to governments, and not to private individuals, businesses or other organizations. ]
[Exclusive Powers of Provincial Legislatures. Subjects of exclusive Provincial Legislation 92. In each Province the Legislature may exclusively make Laws in relation to Matters coming within the Classes of Subjects next hereinafter enumerated, that is to say, http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr/csj-sjc/constitution/lawreg-loireg/p1t13.html ]
26.   Where does the inferior jurisdiction government get to replace named constitutional people with fictional class of subjects or merge an inherent jurisdiction with an inferior jurisdiction fictional class of subject except with Deliberative Secrecy? Ie the bijural attorney general, lieutenant governor and the lieutenant governor in council, the merged office and person of the minister of justice and the attorney general!
27.   As agreed, Women and men are private individuals not included on the list of Matters coming within any Classes of Subjects under any inferior jurisdiction civil democratic parliamentary government system. Section 31 - Nothing in this Charter extends the legislative powers of any body or authority. http://canada.pch.gc.ca/eng/1468851006026
28.   As agreed, the inferior jurisdiction BC Constitution Act is subject to the Dominion of Canada general jurisdiction Constitution Act, 1867 - 2  Despite anything in this Act to the contrary, this Act must be construed as subject to the Constitution Act, 1867 and amending Acts applicable to British Columbia, and to the order of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria in Council for the union of British Columbia with the Dominion of Canada under the authority of that Act.
29.   As agreed, the Lieutenant Governor in Council may refer any matter to the Court of Appeal or to the Supreme Court for hearing and consideration, and the Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court must then hear and consider it, but she chooses not to!
That statement totally ignores the common law society in bijural BC in favour of the civil democratic parliamentary government that has no authority over men or women in either society granted to it. A government that has placed everyone in servitude, removed all inherent rights and freedoms and replaced them with civil rights apparently with “Her Honour’s” permission, definitely with her silence and breach of duty.
30.   As agreed, all actors have a prime responsibility and duty to protect, promote and implement all human rights and fundamental freedoms and those who choose not to, regardless of who they are will have trespassed on the petitioner’s human rights and will be held accountable!

the petitioner, human being
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