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The following important decision falls in line with our right to do what we are doing as the local authority, Transit New Zealand is not part of the crown! They are an employee and we as crown partners by treaty are above Transit New Zealand and have the right issue permits and own our own property and to travel on the crown partners commonway which is also our customary land without the interference from the police, who are definitely  acting at the request of the licence and registration people transit New Zealand. Peter Martin 2021

 

CASE LAW*:

 

Hall v Attorney-General [2012] NZHC 3615 (21 December 2012)

[47] I have difficulty viewing Transit and the State highway system as a local authority and a local work respectively. First, because s 2 and other parts of the Public Works Act expressly refer to Transit. If Transit were a “local authority” under the Public Works Act, there would have been no need to refer expressly to Transit in parts of the Act. In accordance with the principle inclusio unius est exclusio alterius, these express references to Transit and the State highway system lead me to conclude that Parliament did not intend the more general references to “local authority” and “local work” to be applied to Transit and to the State highway system. Secondly, s 44 of the Transit New Zealand Act confirms that State highways are vested in the Crown and not in Transit, which is not consistent with viewing Transit as a local authority having responsibility for the construction of local works. Thirdly, Transit being a Crown entity for the purposes of the Public Finance Act is not consistent

Supporting Reciprocal Jurisdictions.

 

THE PRINCIPAL MAXIM THAT THE JUDGE APPLIED:

Inclusio unius est exclusio alterius. The inclusion of one is the exclusion of another. 11 Co. 58

: a principle in law: when one or more things of a class are expressly mentioned others of the same class are excluded.

( Inclusio unius est exclusio alterius.) The inclusion of one thing is the exclusion of another.

(Co. Litt. 210.)

 

 It also works for this act to prove you are not a person........

 

Interpretation Act 1999 (as at 1 October 2008),Public Act

Person includes a corporation sole, a body corporate, and an unincorporated body.

THEREFORE LEGALLY A Person is a corporation. This has reciprocity in all common jurisdictions THERE ARE ONLY PERSONS EITHER ARTIFICIAL OR NATURAL

 

Now we have established the truth in law about the equality of persons corporations and slaves.

*CASE LAW is Judges decisions that form part of the COMMON LAW and SET A PRECIDENT

NOTE:  YOU CAN USE THIS CASE LAW TO WIN IN COURT - SIMPLY COPY AND PASTE AND INSERT INTO YOUR COURT CASE IF IT APPLIES TO YOU

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