Common Law PDF Documents

Common Law – The People’s Assembly

The Revolution may have been affected first in the hearts and minds of the People, but it took shape in our Constitutional Conventions, where the People learned how to hold and wield power for themselves.- John Adams, 1791 The Commons of England assembled in Parliament declare that the people under God are the origin of all just power, and have the supreme authority of the nation. Whatsoever is...

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Regime Free Citizen

With my sovereign Rights of Natural Justice and Common Law, I hereby revoke my status as a subject of the Crown of the House of Windsor and declare myself an autonymous and sovereign individual...

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Oath of Office

To be issued to any sworn agent of the Court or to all persons or law enforcement officers deputised by the Court or its Sheriffs. I,______________________________________________, being of sound mind and clear conscience, do hereby swear that I will faithfully and justly execute the office of an agent of the Common Law Court of Justice according to the best of my abilities. I understand that if...

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Claim of Right

Issued by ___________________________________________ on [date]_______________ In the Community of _______________________________________ I,___________________________________________________________, give public notice of my personal CLAIM OF RIGHT and of lawful excuse to convene and establish a common law court under my liberty as a flesh and blood woman or man; and I do hereby call upon the...

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Constitution of the Sovereign People’s Assembly

The Commons of England assembled in Parliament declare that the People under God are the origin of all just power and have the supreme authority of the nation. Whatsoever is enacted and declared law by the Commons alone has the force of law, and all the people are included thereby, with or without the consent of the king. An Act to Establish the High Court of Justice, House of Commons, London,...

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Core Assembly – Create A Common Law Charter

LET IT BE KNOWN AND ACKNOWLEDGED that under the Natural Law, it is the Unalienable Right of the People as sovereign women and men to covenant into self-governing bodies to enact laws and provide for the safety and liberty go their families and communities. Therefore We, the Undersigned, do hereby establish such a freely elected People’s Assembly as a self-regulating and elected legislative and...

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