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Just now, Roger Mexico said:

Are these actually legal writs are they just self-invented 'writs' from self-invented 'courts'?

They’re half writs. 
 

Just made up bollocks

There’s video of around 20 of them hanging around on his street corner while two of them delivered the “writ”

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1 hour ago, offshoremanxman said:

The main letters and Nuremberg trial threats seem to be driven by that total crackpot Heading and some of his acolytes. He’s a man who needs dealing with. 

Heading is a loudmouth who just wants to spout, it was statins before now its Corona, unfortunately the island breed enough simpletons to buy into the bullshit he comes up with.

The Magna Carta and Nuremberg are not applicable under any common or legal precedence, there are numerous articles by actual real life proper lawyers that go over all the claims and refute every single one (conveniently ignored by the Anti's).

This is their last chance to grift the last few pounds off the simpletons as the rest of world moves on so they are getting loud.

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@John Wright What's the situation with people trying to apply "common law" when taken to court (as an example that Laxey chap who was caught swimming is using it as a defence i believe), is there any merit in these claims, and could it / has this defence ever worked on the IOM? I have a friend who claims "loads of his mates have used common law to get out of stuff".

He also claimed the Clintons were harvesting adrenochrome from children, so of course i'm skeptical...

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18 minutes ago, somewhatdamaged said:

@John Wright What's the situation with people trying to apply "common law" when taken to court (as an example that Laxey chap who was caught swimming is using it as a defence i believe), is there any merit in these claims, and could it / has this defence ever worked on the IOM? I have a friend who claims "loads of his mates have used common law to get out of stuff".

He also claimed the Clintons were harvesting adrenochrome from children, so of course i'm skeptical...

I'm no lawyer, but as I understand it common law is 'law that is derived from custom and judicial precedent rather than statutes'

What these loonies are citing as common law is made up rubbish

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39 minutes ago, somewhatdamaged said:

@John Wright What's the situation with people trying to apply "common law" when taken to court (as an example that Laxey chap who was caught swimming is using it as a defence i believe), is there any merit in these claims, and could it / has this defence ever worked on the IOM? I have a friend who claims "loads of his mates have used common law to get out of stuff".

He also claimed the Clintons were harvesting adrenochrome from children, so of course i'm skeptical...

 

22 minutes ago, kevster said:

I'm no lawyer, but as I understand it common law is 'law that is derived from custom and judicial precedent rather than statutes'

What these loonies are citing as common law is made up rubbish

What @kevster said. It’s the same old same old freeman of the land rubbish, that has no application

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The way I explain common law to those who are not familiar with the concept is that we have the written law (contained in statutes) and the decisions made by the courts which interpret how those statutes are applied.  It is these decisions that become common law. 

When you hear a legal professional referring to the judgements in previous cases that is common law.  They are trying to show the judge that the facts of their case are similar or the same to a previous case which has the outcome they want.

Not all court decisions become common law though.  In my field a decision at an Employment Tribunal does not become common law, however, a decision at an Employment Appeal Tribunal does (although that can be overturned in higher courts).

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