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The judicial branch of government that cannot address the living man or woman. If you are standing in a statutory court you're a corporate sole not a human being with inalienable rights.

So the question is who are you? A human man or woman or enumerated as a class of subject that statutory courts apply to?

It is not up to the government to decide who you are! In fact they have rules and regulations allowing them to not tell you who you are!

The government is assuming rightly so that you have no idea who you are in relationship to them.

Let’s start with the British North America Act 1867:

Section 92. 14 - The Administration of Justice in the Province, including the Constitution, Maintenance, and Organization of Provincial Courts, both of Civil and of Criminal Jurisdiction, and including Procedure in Civil Matters in those Courts.

The Constitutionally named Courts are common law and equity courts. They do not address civil or criminal jurisdictions under the procedures in civil matters found in provincial courts.

Here, the Province of British Columbia created legislation called the Law and Equity Act. Having this in place gives the appearance that procedures in civil matters found in the Province of British Columbia courts can also address common law for the citizens of the province. However in bijural British Columbia not all of the people living here are citizens of the Province of British Columbia, under the jurisdiction of such courts.

This of course is done under and with the approval of the Lieutenant Governor in Council not the common law Lieutenant Governor. Unfortunately in bijural British Columbia the people living here require common law and equity courts named in section 96 of the Constitution Act 1867 and do not fall under the jurisdiction of Provincial Courts and the procedures, regulations etc. found in those Courts that are applicable only to the citizens of the Province of British Columbia!

Section 96 - The Governor General shall appoint the Judges of the Superior, District, and County Courts in each Province, except those of the Courts of Probate in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
That says the common law Governor General shall appoint. It does not say the civil law Governor General in Council!

Section 101 - The Parliament of Canada may, notwithstanding anything in this Act, from Time to Time 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.

The General Court of Appeal of Canada addressed here is a common law and equity court.

The Civil Parliament of Canada would like us to believe that they have the authority to combine a common law court found in bijural Canada into their civil law courts. Which in effect has caused the common law courts that are required to be available for the common law society to vanish! We are to believe this is done without violating anyone’s inalienable right to their own court by the Governor General when in fact it is the Governor General in Council with its corporate sole that has done this.

That is the reason none of the acts creating these new courts at the federal level or the provincial level have been given Royal assent.

The Governor General and the Lieutenant Governor have had nothing to do with the creation of any court not named in the Constitution directly.
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