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Constitutional law

Under constitutional law, particularly in Canada, constitutions give federal and provincial powers. To go outside those powers would be ultra vires and a Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms violation. Going outside constitutional mandates is also high treason!

If you cannot find the actual common law of the land or courts either, then the de facto governments have in fact commited high treason!

Section 31 - Charter does not extend powers of legislatures
31. Nothing in this Charter extends the legislative powers of any body or authority.
The Charter in no way affects the sharing of responsibilities or the distribution of powers between the provinces and the territories, and the federal government. The powers of the provincial and federal governments are set out in the Constitution Act, 1867.

Charter of Rights and Freedoms

What is the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms sets out those rights and freedoms that Canadians believe are necessary in a free society and a democratic society.

The Charter is one part of the Canadian Constitution. The Constitution is a set of laws containing the basic rules about how our country operates. For example, it states the limited powers of the federal, and provincial and territorial governments in Canada.
Guarantee of rights and freedoms – section 1

1. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.

Section 1 talks about a free society and a democratic society!
There can be no limits on the rights and freedoms of the free society because that society is outside government and bureaucrat’s jurisdiction and is the common law of this common law country!

Lawyers do not deal with common law only the fictional democratic society and either do not know anything about this fact or simply ignore the fact. I would say most do not know!

If you are represented by a lawyer in court your rights and freedoms are prescribed by government. Your inherent rights do not exist under their administrative law!
Section 26 - Other rights or freedoms that exist in Canada

26. The guarantee in this Charter of certain rights and freedoms shall not be construed as denying the existence of any other rights or freedoms that exist in Canada.

That is big of the democratic society government and bureaucrats to acknowledge that the free society has rights and freedoms outside its authority and jurisdiction!

Canadians have rights and freedoms under laws other than the Charter. The purpose of section 26 is to ensure that these rights or freedoms are not extinguished because they are not expressly spelled out in the Charter.

It also makes clear that Parliament and the legislatures are free to create rights beyond those that are in the Charter and did with the Canadian Bill of Rights exclusively for the free society.

By establishing basic or minimum rights, the Charter does not restrict the creation or enjoyment of other rights from any other source!
Magna Carta
February 8, 2020

The Magna Carta is the supreme law, so it has the same standing as the constitution in Canada.
All other contrary law and judgments regarding the Magna Carta are void.
The Magna Carta must be accepted as part of the common law by all governments and in all bijural court in Canada.
(Relevant Interpretation of Magna Carta)
20. A freeman shall only be amerced for a small offence according to the measure of that offence. And for a great offence he shall be amerced according to the magnitude of the …
The fine shall be proportional to the offense and shall only be imposed upon testimony of non-government men.
21. Earls and barons shall not be amerced save through their peers, and only according to the measure of the offence.
Fines likewise proportional to the offense for the bottom two ranks of the greater nobility. A peer is a member of the peerage, i.e. a member of the nobility.
24. No sheriff, constable, coroners, or other bailiffs of ours shall hold the pleas of our crown.
No member of government may make a complaint against any individual. To "...hold the pleas of our crown" means to "...sue in the name of the king," or, in Canada, to "...sue in the name of the sovereign people," e.g. THE PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA VS A.B.
28. No constable or other bailiff of ours shall take the corn or other chattels of any one except he straightway give money for them, or can be allowed a respite in that regard by the will of the seller.
Rule of eminent domain also applies to personal property, which must be paid for when taken.
30. No sheriff nor bailiff of ours, nor anyone else, shall take the horses or carts of any freeman for transport, unless by the will of that freeman.
No one may take your car without your consent. (However, if your car has a license plate, the license plate is owned by the issuer of that license plate and the license plate can be taken back anytime by that true owner). The car remains your personal private property which you have the right to hold alone. See 28 above!
34. Henceforth the writ which is called Praecipe shall not be served on any one for any holding so as to cause a free man to lose his court.
"Praecipe" = order to show cause against property. "Rights" are property which one forfeits when one enters an administrative court. A free man has his own land. The king may not force a free man into the kings court in such a way that the free man would deprived of his own court.
36. Henceforth nothing shall be given or taken for a writ of inquest in a matter concerning life or limb; but it shall be conceded gratis and shall not be denied.
All prosecutions by the government are free, if the prosecution involves the taking away the life or limb (liberty, rights) of the defendant.
38. No bailiff, on his own simple assertion, shall henceforth put any one to his law, without producing faithful witnesses in evidence.
No government official may be a witness in court. And if he is going to impose his law on another, then be must have the support of non-governmental witnesses (2 or more). Witnesses paid by the government are not faithful witnesses.
39. No freeman shall be taken, or imprisoned, or disseized, or outlawed, or exiled, or in any way harmed--nor will we go upon or send upon him--save by the lawful judgment of his peers or by the law of the land.
One can only be put in jail if a jury puts him there (or if he agrees to be put there). Peers are members of the peerage (duke, marquis, earl, viscount, or baron).
40. To none will we sell, to none deny or delay, right or justice.
Free justice, without delay. The government will assume the entire cost of prosecution.
45. We will not make men justices, constables, sheriffs, or bailiffs, unless they are such as know the law of the realm, and are minded to observe it rightly.
Key officials must be knowledgeable about the law, and willing to obey it. If the sheriff takes his direction from the county counsel, then he must quit his job. In Orange County, California, a jury found that the sheriff intentionally disregarded the law and was unwilling to obey the law when he took extraordinary action to prevent two opposing candidates from winning his office. Despite that, he did not resign his position. To date, no one has sued to put him out of office. In 1996 he chose to not run for office.
52. If anyone shall have been disseized by us, or removed, without a legal sentence of his peers, from his lands, castles, liberties or lawful right, we shall straightway restore them to him …
Key officials must be knowledgeable about the law, and willing to obey it. A jury trial is the surety of the peace. Any problems with government must be resolved by a jury not government agents. The jury has the last word--no appeal.
55. All fines imposed by us unjustly and contrary to the law of the land, and all amerciaments made unjustly and contrary to the law of the land, shall be altogether remitted, or it shall…
Unjust judgments are unlawful and can be ignored or invalidated by a jury.
60. Moreover all the subjects of our realm, clergy as well as laity, shall, as far as pertains to them, observe, with regard to their vassals, all these aforesaid customs and liberties which we have decreed shall, as far as pertains to us, be observed in our realm with regard to our own.
 Everyone, like the king, is obligated to treat his own subjects according to the Magna Carta.

Confirmatio Cartarum 1297
October 5, 2019

This document is a bridge between the Constitutional protection of one's access to the common law, and the Magna Carta
and the Charter of the forest.
The modern value of the following is that it links the Magna Carta and the Charter of the forest to the Common Law.
… that they cause the foresaid charters to be published, and to declare to the people that we have confirmed them in all points; and that our justices, sheriffs, mayors, and other ministers, which under us have the laws of our land to guide, shall allow the said charters pleaded before them in judgement in all their points, that is to wit, the Great Charter as the common law and the Charter of the forest.

Granted for us and our heirs:
  1. The Magna Carta and the Charter of the forest must be accepted as part of the common law by all governments in bijural Canada.
  2. The Magna Carta and the Charter of the forest is part of the supreme law, so it has the same standing as the constitution in Canada.
  3. Voluntary taxes cannot be made permanent.
  4. All other contrary law and judgments are void.

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