COMMON LAW-THE FACTS

 

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Common Law is the beginning of all Law and in its perfection is the absence of all Law and in today’s society it is known as PUBLIC POLICY Common Law summed up in simple terms is the will of the people and will manifest itself in separate cases as people so rule with their conscience and a sense of fair play.

Common Law is a Law that is Common to all People.

Common Law is Common Sense and is the Law of the Creator God of this Universe-Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Common Law supersedes all Law and is Superior in all Cases to Statutory Law, Codified Law, and Rules and Regulations.

Common Law establishes Constitutions, as all Power is inherent in the People.

Common Law establishes through the Constitution all restrictions on the government.

Constitutions never give the government power for legislating People.

Government only has the power to Legislate the workings of the different functions of the various departments to allow the people Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of happiness.

Constitutions can never establish Common Law for then all Power would not be in the People, but would be in the Constitution and it is only a piece of paper, and the Peoples right to address grievances or to amend, change, or address any problem could not be.

The Creator God created man, man (with help) created government, government started CORPORATIONS.

The Creator rules over man, man rules over government, and government rules over CORPORATIONS.

Governments are mere pieces of paper to be altered and changed to the whim of the living souls.

CORPORATIONS are mere pieces of paper that government can change and alter at their whim.

The Creator is Superior over Man, government, and CORPORATIONS.

Man is superior to government and CORPORATIONS. If man says they do not exist-they do not exist.

Simply said, Common Law-PUBLIC POLICY-the Will of the People, a Law Common to all People.

 

~wethepeople

 

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