January 3, 2016 - Statutes

According to Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Ed:

The written will of the legislature."

Bouvier’s Law Dictionary, 1856, states the same but adds to it: 

STATUTE. The written will of the legislature, solemnly expressed according to the forms prescribed in the constitution; an act of the legislature.

4. Statutes are of several kinds; namely, Public or private. 1. Public statutes are those of which the judges will take notice without pleading; as, those which concern all officers in general; acts concerning trade in general or any specific trade; acts concerning all persons generally. 2. Private acts, are those of which the judges wiil not take notice without pleading; such as concern only a particular species, or person; as, acts relating to any particular place, or to several particular places, or to one or several particular counties. Private statutes may be rendered public by being so declared by the legislature. Bac. Ab. h. t. F; 1 Bl. Com. 85. (empasis mine)

Statutes created by a private or publicly owned corporation pertain only to those who, through agreement, perform a function within or an agent for that corporation.

As concerns Canada or America, the question which is paramount in determining the jurisdiction of a statute is this, “Is the legislative body which created this statute a lawful body politic elected by the people or is it a mere corporation masquarding as that lawful body.

When you examine closely the voter’s registration card you will have the answer. Here in Canada and in the provinces the cards invite the LEGAL PERSON to cast a vote or "the elector” to cast a vote for the LEGAL PERSONHence there is no lawful government, rather a mere corporation which then issues private statutes to be obeyed by those who perform a function within or an agent for that corporation, i.e. voted.

Statutes are therefore obligatory upon the LEGAL PERSON, the corporation, the body politic. 

While private corporations create statutes which only pertain to those who are a part of the private entity the redefining of terms can fool many into believing that these statutes are obligatory on them. The word “public” when redined as a legal term is that act of trickery.

PUBLIC. By the term the public, is meant the whole body politic, or all the citizens of the state; sometimes it signifies the inhabitants of a particular place; as, the New York public. Bouvier (empasis mine)

When a word is referred to as a “term” that’s an indication that it’s meaning has been change to suit a particular and private purpose. “The public” is a body politic, a corporation and as such those that form “the public” are subject to the corporations statutes.

A statute is merely a document wherein someone you don’t know says you are obligated to this or that. 

Who says you are? Only you say that you are.

"These are the precepts of law: To live honourably; to hurt nobody; to render to everyone his due." Inst. 1, 1, 3; B1, Comm. 40. - a maxim of law.

Because doing harm is an infraction of Law almost every statute that these people put out there is unlawful since it does harm to us by limiting our rights and freedoms.

How about they, the alleged elected men/women put out one statute, namely, “Government will not limit the rights and freedoms of the people.”

OH, wait! they have that:

Every law of Canada [i.e. statute] shall, unless it is expressly declared by an Act of the Parliament of Canada that it shall operate notwithstanding the Canadian Bill of Rights, be so construed and applied as not to abrogate, abridge or infringe or to authorize the abrogation, abridgment or infringement of any of the rights or freedoms herein recognized and declared...

Only problems are that all the people on Canada believe they are LEGAL PERSONS rather than human-beings and that no one wants to enforce this...

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