British Subject Status?

This document released by the United Kingdom government assets publishing service sets out the parameters for British Subjects in relation to the Commonwealth of Nations countries, but are you aware a Right still exists within Australia to become a British Subject officially at law?   5 pages.   If you can spare a few dollars Read More …

Sedition.

In the Halsbury’s Law of England Sedition has been defined as follows, “Sedition is a misdemeanour at common law consisting of acts done, words spoken and published, or writings capable of being a libel published, in each case with an intention i)  to bring into hatred or to excite disaffection against , the queen or Read More …

Doctrine of Identification

The concept of Doctrine of Identification finds its roots in the English Law. The growth of this doctrine has helped in the implication and prosecution of the criminal activities of directors / managers of many companies. The corporate personality of a company is different and separate from the promoters, directors or owners of the company. Read More …

STATUTORY INTERPRETATION.

In his chapter in Historical Foundations of Australian Law, Mr J.S. Emmett similarly observes that: “There was no notion in the 13th century that statutes needed to come from two houses of Parliament. Rather, there was a range of different statutory instruments by which the King might give law, including charters (by which the King Read More …