1834 maritime flag gifted from King William IV to the TinoRangatiratanga (Maori Chiefs)
The black trim around the smaller red cross represents the PROTECTION upon LAND
If you see this exact flag with a white trim around the smaller red cross, that represents PROTECTION upon the SEAS
THE FLAG ON YOUR CARD IS A COURT VENUE, DOCUMENT CONTRACT AND A POSTAL VESSEL.
THE RED CROSS is a PASSPORT into any LANDS
THE FOUR CORNER RULE
The four corners rule contract law, also known as the patrol evidence rule, stipulates that if two parties enter into a written agreement, they cannot use oral or implied agreements in court to contradict the terms of the written agreement.
The term "four corners" refers to the four corners of a document. Basically, it implies that the only legal parts of the contract are within the four corners of a page or online document.
Because the 1834 Flag was gifted by KING WILLIAM IV to our Tinorangatira Tupuna (High Chief Ancestors) and it was raised up the flag pole at Waitangi 28th October 1835 to mark the signing of the 1835 He Whakaputanga - those autographs of our TUPUNA are the signiture of the flag and therefore because we put the 1834 FLAG upon your DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY INHERENT RIGHTS card - IT MAKES YOUR CARD A CONTRACT -DOCUMENT - COURT VENUE and POSTAL VESSEL - SEA PASS PASSPORT