"Public Notice regarding all future Judicial dealings"
The most important component in the protection of Human rights is the independence of the judiciary, referring to, inter alia, independence from the executive and the legislature. If such independence does not exist as is the case in Canada, the recourse to an administrative court is of little use;
There must be an equal and reasonable opportunity for all parties to present a case in common law in this common law jurisdiction for there to be a Fair hearing;
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email@example.com; suzanne.anton.MLA@leg.bc.ca; Jody.Wilson-Raybould@parl.gc.ca; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; Jerymy.Brownridge@gov.bc.ca; email@example.com;
Public Notice regarding all future Judicial dealings involving CANADA (0000230098) or PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA (0000836136) or any of their actors!
- Court documents must meet the standard "AS ANY REASONABLE PERSON WOULD UNDERSTAND" and that is all! A "REASONABLE PERSON" does not speak or understand legal jargon! See the “20161026 Public Notice on communications” http://www.canadiangovernmentconspiracies.com/correspondence-from-government.html
- Only violations of civil and political rights by your fictional classes of subjects can be adjudicated by judicial or similar administrative bodies in courts where one single fiction can legally sit in judgement over another;
- Economic, social and cultural human rights are ‘by their nature’ non-justiciable and such a claim can be satisfied only through an affidavit duel point by point, resolution by jury, or payment, not by one person sitting in judgement over another;
- Since 1996 BC civil law enactments are not bijural laws meaning they are only applicable to fictional classes of subjects found in s91 or s92 of the constitution act. Yet “Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law.” Article 8. Universal Declaration of Human Rights. People will not get that in any civil law court.
- The people have their own courts named in s96 or s101 of the Constitution Act.
- No one person can sit in judgement of another! “All persons shall be equal before the courts and tribunals. In the determination of any criminal charge against him, or of his rights and obligations in a suit at law, everyone shall be entitled to a fair and public hearing by a competent, independent and impartial tribunal established by law.” Article 14 - Declaration on the Right and Responsibility of Individuals, Groups and Organs of Society to Promote and Protect Universally Recognized Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
- 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 claimant’s human rights and will be held accountable!
Notice on one is notice on the other!
claimant, human being
Proof of Service on 2016-10-28 recorded
Province of British Columbia and the Law
How is it Common Law "Court orders registered in the Nanaimo County Court House are simply ignored by the Province of British Columbia Government"?
Contempt of Court is a common law charge.
Contempt of court covers not responding to Court orders in the time limit given which has expired on the following issues:
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A finding of being in contempt of court may result from a failure to obey a lawful order of a court,
Willful failure to obey an order of the court like the Province of British Columbia has done usually results in Contempt proceedings to enforce equitable remedies.
Common Law and Civil Law
Canada has inherited two systems of law: civil law from the French and Common law from the English.
Duality of legal traditions and application of provincial law
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.
Interpretation Act R.S.C., 1985, c. I-21 <http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/i-21/page-3.html#docCont>
Her Majesty not bound or affected unless stated
17. No enactment is binding on Her Majesty or affects Her Majesty or Her Majesty’s rights or prerogatives in any manner, except as mentioned or referred to in the enactment.
Interpretation Act R.S.C., 1985, c. I-21 <http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/I-21/page-5.html#docCont>