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affidavit An affidavit is a written declaration upon an oath that is prepared to attest to facts of which the individual has personal knowledge. The document is signed under oath and in front of witnesses and/or officers of the court. Lies or misrepresentations made by affidavit are punishable in the same way as lying in court on a witness stand. But in a statute court no one is ever sworn in to ensure only the complete truth is heard!

"corporation" means an incorporated association, company, society, municipality or other incorporated body, where and however incorporated, and includes a corporation sole other than Her Majesty or the Lieutenant Governor;

De Jure and De Facto
March 10, 2020

de jure: “of right”; in accordance with law

de facto: exercising power as if legally constituted or lawfully authorized
Due process of law in government is a constitutional guarantee that actions of the government will not impact its citizens in an abusive manner. As applied today, due process dictates that all courts must operate under a clearly defined set of standards crafted to protect peoples' personal liberty.

extortion (n.) "the act of extorting, the act or of wresting anything from a person by force, duress, menace, authority, or any undue exercise of power, oppressive or illegal exaction,"

frivolous (adj.) mid-15c., from Latin frivolus "silly, empty, trifling, worthless,"

larceny (n.) "theft; wrongful or fraudulent taking of the personal goods of another with felonious intent,"  

indigenous individual - - "born or originating in a particular place," 1640s, from Late Latin indigenus "born in a country, native," from Latin indigena "sprung from the land, native," as a noun, "a native," literally "in-born," or "born in (a place)," from Old Latin indu (prep.) "in, within" + gignere (perfective genui) "to beget, produce," from PIE root *gene- "give birth, beget," with derivatives referring to procreation and familial and tribal groups.

natural person. n. a real human being, as distinguished from a corporation which is often treated at law as a fictitious person. natural person a human being, as opposed to an artificial or legal person like a company.
“Person” Defined

“Persons are of two kinds, natural and artificial. A natural person is a human being. Artificial persons include a collection or succession of natural persons forming a corporation; a collection of property to which the law attributes the capacity of having rights and duties. The latter class of artificial persons is recognized only to a limited extent in our law.” ~Black’s Law Dictionary Revised 4th Edition

“Husband and wife are considered one person in law” (Vir et uxor censentum in lege una persona ~Black’s Law Dictionary 7th Edition

INDIVIDUAL “Under the Canadian Bill of Rights, the right of the individual extends to natural persons only, and not to corporations. ~R. v. Colgate-Palmolive Ltd. (1972), 8 C.C.C. (2d) 40 (Ont.Co.Ct.)…”

“Every person is a human being, but not every human being a person” — Omnis persona est homo, sed non vieissim.

“Man” (homo) is a term of nature; “person” (persona), a term of civil law” — Homo vocabulum est naturae; persona juris civilis.
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