Tuesday, October 22, 2013

County Court of Victoria – A Corporation


In many instances the general public feel ripped off by the judicial ‘system’. From a false statement made by police, a driver is convicted of an ‘offence’, then when the matter arrives in court the motorist is penalised even more, to crimes of rape or murder where the assailant walks free, only to further commit more crimes.
To the lay (uneducated) person this may not only seem illogical and preposterous but a gross miscarriage of justice.

But realistically there is a method to this ‘madness’.

The so called Australian court is NOT a court of law for the people, but rather a ‘court’ of business / commerce / trading, i.e a corporation.

In the Oxford English dictionary, the French word brochure has the following definition: noun

  • a small book or magazine containing pictures and information about a product or service:  a holiday brochure
The County Court of Victoria is a registered business.

From the website http://abr.business.gov.au/   the definition is as follows:

ABN Lookup is the public view of the Australian Business Register (ABR). It provides access to the publicly available information supplied by businesses when they register for an Australian Business Number (ABN).

COUNTY COURT OF VICTORIA with ABN: 32 790 228 959 is a place of business / commerce / trading.

The brochure that is available from the County Court of Victoria at 250 William St, Melbourne 3000, states that the court rooms are for hire, therefore they are open for business and YOU are their client.

On the first page of the brochure it is also stated that “ The Victorian Court Facility opened in 2002. It is privately owned, maintained and operated by The Liberty Group & wholly owned subsidiary of the Challenger Financial Services Group

The lay person is duped into being summoned to court, believing that it is a court of law.

When one ‘decides’ to go to court, one enters a binding contract with the corporation to abide by the rules given.

The objective is NOT to enter a ‘binding’ contract with the corporation known as the ‘court’.

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