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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

first 6 are according to Federal Department of Justice itself! [From <>]
How the courts are organized
1.  As agreed, the federal, provincial, and territorial governments are all responsible for the judicial system in Canada.
Which governments they are is not clear.
Correct according to the BNA ACT s91 and s92 but meant to mislead! There are four common law courts named in the BNA Act that some governments are responsible for but have no jurisdiction or authority over.
2.  As agreed, the federal government can appoint and pay judges of the superior, or upper-level, courts in the provinces.
Which provincial governments is irrelevant.
True but meant to mislead according to the BNA ACT s96. The Governor General not the Governor General in Council shall appoint the common law Judges of the Superior, District, and County Courts which are the upper level courts in the provinces. The federal  government only pays the common law Judges of these upper-level, common law courts in the provinces
3.  As agreed, Parliament can also establish a general court of appeal and other courts.
True but meant to mislead according to the BNA ACT s101.
The Parliament of Canada may, notwithstanding anything in this Act, from Time to Time provide for the Constitution, Maintenance, and Organization of a common law “General Court of Appeal for Canada” but has no jurisdiction or authority over it.  
In addition, the Parliament of Canada can establish any additional inferior Courts for the better Administration of the Laws of Canada it wants. All federal laws must address both the upper and inferior courts requirements and not just be presumed to grant all courts the same subject matter jurisdiction.  Which they do not have
4.  As agreed, Parliament can create the Supreme Court of Canada, the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal, as well as the Tax Court.
True but meant to mislead according to the BNA ACT.
These courts are inferior courts only have limited subject matter jurisdiction that does not cover the common law people living in Canada, only enumerated classes of subjects, etcetera. Even if its name is “Superior Court of …..” it is still an inferior court so long as it is operating according to some civil law codes or statutes rather than the common law.
5.  As agreed, Parliament also has exclusive authority over the procedure in courts that try criminal cases. Federal authority for criminal law and procedure ensures fair and consistent treatment of criminal behaviour across the country.
True but meant to mislead according to the BNA ACT. Criminal cases and the courts have no subject matter jurisdiction over the common law people living in Canada, only enumerated classes of subjects.
6.  As agreed, the provinces administer justice in their jurisdictions. This includes organizing and maintaining the civil and criminal provincial courts and civil procedure in those courts.
True but meant to mislead according to the BNA ACT depending on which “provinces” are being talked about. The PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA has no subject matter jurisdiction over the common law people living in Canada, only enumerated classes of subjects.
7.  As agreed, if a people [flesh and blood man or woman] is in court, the jurisdiction must be common law. In any discussion about Law involving men and women your parliament, legislators, acts, statutes, regulations, administrative lower courts, judges, magistrates, enumerated classes of subjects and everything in between have nothing to do with the law being discussed.
8.   As agreed, a crime is only committed when one of the people “commits” a crime against another one of the people. A crime is not committed when a statute has been “violated” by a people, because statutes do not apply to people, they only apply to “citizens” | enumerated classes of subjects and other fictitious entities, such as licensed companies.
9.  As agreed, people are not subject to statutes, regulations, codes or policies of fictional entities. The right of the individual to life, liberty, security of the person and enjoyment of property, and the right not to be deprived thereof except by due process of law prohibits it.
10. As agreed, “we the people” are sovereign having a higher standing and authority than the crown, any government and any enumerated classes of subjects created because of section 91 or 92 of the British North America Act 1867.
11. As agreed, the reason for any challenge of jurisdiction in a common law court is people are human beings and human beings having natural rights, not to be confused with civil rights and are not subject to any equity court jurisdiction.
12. As agreed, if I do not challenge the courts jurisdiction, the court presumes it has jurisdiction and I have just subjected myself to the court voluntarily. The court will have always exceeded its statutory authority when a man or woman is involved because it lacks jurisdiction. Rosenstiel v. Rosenstiel, 278 F. Supp. 794 (S.D.N.Y. 1967)
13. As agreed, any courts jurisdiction not of my making should be challenged. Judges appointed by the Governor General to the common law courts has subject matter jurisdiction to hear all matters involving common law while in these upper level courts. While these same judges are sitting in any inferior statutory court, they have limited jurisdiction. Jurisdiction that can only hear subject matters related to enumerated classes of subjects found in the BNA ACT s91 and s92 not over the common law people living in Canada. A characteristic such as ‘cannot be repealed’ is a very powerful characteristic in distinguishes between what is actual Law and non-Law.
14.  As agreed, documents must meet the standard "AS ANY REASONABLE PERSON WOULD UNDERSTAND" and that is all!  Therefore, nothing from any government, or its enumerated classes of subjects/public service that does not meet that standard, no reasonable person would consent too voluntarily! No civil law legalese or enumerated classes of subjects are available in common law!

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