Infringement Court Case Number 1158210495
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Downloading of documents from bloghttp://www.scribd.com/InspectorRikati this and so the very computer program designed to simply enforce any Infringement Noticeallegation as a matter of fact now was legally nowhere.
The Infringement Act 2006 does provide that the Infringements Registrar must consider theevidence as provided and so the question is what is required by the Prosecutor (the so called5enforcement agency) to be submitted?
(1950) S.R. (N.S.W.) 149, at p151 (Lord Denning, speaking on the role of an advocate)
As an advocate he is a minister of Justice equally with a judge, A Barrister cannot pick or choose his
clients...He must accept the brief and do all he honourably can on behalf of his client. I say 'All hehonourably can' because his duty is not only to his client. He has a duty to the court which isparamount. It is a mistake to suppose that he is a mouthpiece of his client to say what he wants: orhis tool to do what he directs. He is none of those things. He owes his allegiance to a higher cause. It isthe cause of truth and Justice. He must not consciously misstate the facts. He must not knowingly
conceal the truth.
He must not unjustly make a charge of fraud, that is, without evidence to support it.
Hemust produce all relevant authorities, even those that are against him.
He must see that his clientdiscloses, if ordered, all relevant documents, even those that are fatal to his case.
He must disregard thespecific instructions of his client, if they conflict with his duty to the court.
Now, what the role of the Prosecutor (the enforcement agency) was is to present to theInfringements Registrar all relevant details as after all my
objection to the jurisdiction
of theCourt precedes any ability of the court to hear and determine the allegations by the Prosecutor.
25As I did request in past correspondence to be made aware of the reasons of the InfringementsRegistrar as to the issue of the Infringement Notice Order considering that to my knowledge noformal order and reason of judgment was issued to dismiss the objection to jurisdiction then thesaid Infringements Registrar clearly acted without having invoked jurisdiction and therefore anyand all orders issued are null and void and ULTRA VIRES.30As a
I am obviously very much aware that the States were createdwithin s106 of the federal constitution and by this bound to adhere to the legal principlesembedded in the constitution. One is that legislation once challenged to its validity then it is andremains ULTRA VIRES unless and until a competent court of jurisdiction was to dismiss theobjection.35During the 19 July 2006 litigation (a 5 year epic legal battle with the Commonwealth) Isubmitted that the Victorian Constitution Act 1975 was unconstitutional This was not challenged by the Victorian Attorney General despite that I did provide a
s78B NOTICE OFCONSTITUTIONAL MATTERS
. And also unchallenged was that courts cannot becorporations and neither can share the same ABN number as the Victorian
do with the40
Prostitution Control Commission
. The County Court of Victoria on 19 July 2006upheld my cases and the Commonwealth were comprehensively defeated by me in the process.
It should be made very clear that the
County Court of Victoria
didn‟t hand down any
reservation as to any issues (submissions) I made as the Com
monwealth didn‟t attempt to
45challenge any of what my more than 50 constitutional based submissions was about!
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