User Address 1
User Address 2
User Address 3
User PostCode

14th January, 2010

Recorded Delivery
Tracking Number: ___________________

Protagonist Name
Protagonist Address 2
Protagonist Address 3
Protagonist PostCode

Dear Sirs,

 Notice of Receipt of Order and Offer to Service
 DO NOT IGNORE THIS NOTICE
Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent; Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal.

Regarding Reference: Reference or Account, your correspondence dated 15th January, 2009.

I write in response to your letter of 15th January, 2009 which informs me that your PRIVATE COMPANY, claiming LIMITED LIABILITY, and actively TRADING AT A PROFIT ON BEHALF OF ITS SHAREHOLDERS has created an Order in favour of some Claimant, and (apparently) against myself.

I am writing to point out that the Claimant (being nothing more than some other PRIVATE COMPANY, claiming LIMITED LIABILITY, and actively TRADING AT A PROFIT ON BEHALF OF ITS SHAREHOLDERS) had no right whatsoever, under the Common Law-of-the-Land, to make any such demand (of anyone). And that your Company did not have my consent to use the Arbitration Services you offer. This renders your Order TOTALLY UNLAWFUL, as things stand.

In short: Until you can show some LAWFUL obligation on my part, I do not CONSENT to TRADE with either Company.

Nevertheless I may still prepared to go ahead and service said Order, provided that it takes place under normal business practices. Thus, since any Order is chargeable, and the rate for servicing is set by whomsoever services said Order, I hereby give you Notice that my fees for doing so will be £50 in excess of the amount you have Ordered.

Are you prepared to pay £50, in excess of the amount of your Order, such that your Order can be serviced? Your Company, after all, made the Order, did it not? And you are requesting payment, are you not? (Together with UNLAWFUL threats and menaces, I might add). If I do not hear back from you within ten (10) days, then I will assume that you do not.

Otherwise please send a cheque for the amount of your Order, PLUS £50 (cash with Order are the terms), and - once your cheque has cleared - I will service your Order immediately.

(Please note, in case you are confused: Enclosed with this Notice you will find pages headed "Arbitration", "Statutes" and "Orders". These define the position under the Common Law-of-the-Land, and hence your Company's position, in reality. It's all quite simple really. If your Company ordered, say, stationery, then it would expect to pay the Supplier, at the Supplier's rate).

Unless your subsequent communication accepts my Offer to service your Order, I hereby give you Notice that any other communications in this matter - which you have raised without my consent - will cause me to apply fees at the rates quoted below, for which - by contacting me - you agree to be liable by 'performance':

FEE SCHEDULE

   Telephonic conversations: 

   £400/hour or part thereof.

   Emails: 

   £200 for each and every instance.

   Letters:

   £200 for each and every instance.

   Research:

   £100/hour or part thereof.

 

If it should be necessary - due to your non-contractual insistence - for this matter to be raised in any future court, you agree to be liable to pay for my time away from home at 100/hour, plus travel, food and accommodation expenses.

Yours sincerely without ill-will, vexation or frivolity,



User: of the Signature family
Without any admission of any liability whatsoever, and with all Natural, Inalienable Human Rights reserved.
1. Enclosure "Arbitration".
2. Enclosure "Statutes".
3. Enclosure "Orders".


Arbitration

Arbitration can only take place where both Parties in dispute consent to a common Arbitrator. They must both – of their own free will, without duress, and without deception – agree:

  1. To use a common Arbitrator to hear the details of the dispute, and
  2. To abide by the Arbitrator’s judgment.

Unless both parties agree to these terms, no Arbitrator has any authority whatsoever to create any judgment.

This is simply because of the nature of ‘authority’ – which has to be extended. It is only extended by means of (1) and (2), above. ‘Authority’ cannot be bought, sold, or otherwise assumed.

Otherwise the authority just simply does not exist. If it did, then ‘authority via the barrel of a gun’ would exist and would be acceptable practice, instead of being deplorable, dishonest, dishonourable and utterly despicable.

For (1) and (2) to occur, both parties must trust the common Arbitrator. If either Party does not fully trust the Arbitrator, then honourable arbitration cannot take place.

A Court which does not have BOTH Parties TRUST and CONSENT does not have any AUTHORITY to make any decision that is binding in the Common Law. It is simply operating (metaphorically) ‘via the barrel of a gun’, and thus acting in a deplorable, dishonest, dishonourable and utterly despicable manner.

The only exception to this is for a Common Law offence (i.e. NOT a ‘dispute’), where an Accused is heard by Jury of 12. And where said Jury returns a verdict based solely on the Common Law (as opposed to a form of ‘judgment’).

 

 


Statutes

A Statute is nothing more than "A Legislated Rule of a Society".

And a Society is nothing more than "A group of like-minded individuals who come together to deliberate, determine, and act towards common goals".

A Society must, therefore, have:

1.    A Name, such that – for “legal purposes” - it can be distinguished from all other Societies & individuals;

2.    Published its "common goals" - such that individuals can determine whether or not they are "like-minded" - and, if so, to join the Society (become Members, and thus bound by the Society's Legislated Rules i.e. Statutes);

3.    A set or determined Legislated Rules (which may always be under review, extension, repeal – as deliberations continue);

4.    A defined Membership – such that individuals bound by its Legislated Rules can be distinguished from all others. Including: A method of application to join, with a corresponding method for resignation – whenever an individual may feel that he or she can no longer support the “common goals”. “Applications to join” cannot be under duress, or any kind of deception. Similarly “Resignations” must be free from any recrimination, otherwise questions about the integrity of the Society are raised.

To reiterate: Individuals who become Members must have applied to join without duress, and without deception. Members so joined are bound by the Society’s Legislated Rules. Members can – by their own free will – resign at any time, without recriminations.

Thus, before attempting to apply a Statute to any individual i.e. before considering any individual is bound by any Society’s Legislated Rules, it must be shown that:

A.    The Society who’s Legislated Rules are being imposed, has a distinct Name.

B.    The Society has published its “common goals”;

C.    The individual had joined under said individual’s own free will, without any duress imposed, and without any deception imposed. By this means the Member has decided to TRUST the Society, and has CONSENTED to the AUTHORITY of the Society’s Disciplinary Body e.g. a Court;

D.    The individual has not subsequently resigned, and thus remains a current Member.

If it is not possible to show (A) through (D), above, and action is taken against an individual, then such action is a CRIMINAL TRESPASS upon said individual’s SOVEREIGNTY, and an abuse said individual’s Natural, Inalienable, Rights - under the Common Law-of-the-Land.

And this must apply equally to all individuals without fear or favour, because everyone is equal under the Common Law-of-the-Land.

 

 


Orders

When a Policeman accepts his or her job, when they sign up, they are doing two things:

i.  They are accepting to subsume their free will to the Orders of Superior Officers, and

ii. They are accepting that the FEE they will charge for SERVICING THOSE ORDERS will be the flat rate of their salary.

When a Serviceman accepts his or her job, when they sign up, they are doing two things:

i.  They are accepting to subsume their free will to the Orders of Superior Officers, and

ii. They are accepting that the FEE they will charge for SERVICING THOSE ORDERS will be the flat rate of their salary.

When a Company employee accepts his or her job, when they sign up, they are doing two things:

i.  They are accepting to subsume their free will to the Orders of Senior Managers, and

ii. They are accepting that the FEE they will charge for SERVICING THOSE ORDERS will be the flat rate of their salary or wages.

When someone ORDERS anything from a shop or retail outlet, they expect to pay for that Order being serviced i.e. to pay for the goods and possible delivery. The fee for Servicing the Order is determined by the Seller. The Buyer has the choice as to whether to buy, or not.

When a Company orders from a Supplier it expects to pay for that Order being serviced i.e. to pay for the goods and possible delivery. The fee for Servicing the Order is determined by the Supplier. The Company has the choice as to whether to buy, or not.

Servicing an Order is chargeable. Consequently Serving Liability Orders and Collection Orders (and so on) is chargeable.

And the rate set for servicing is determined by whomsoever carries out that task.

To expect an Order to be serviced for free is NOT normal business practice. In point of fact it would constitute business malpractice, attempted blackmail, and/or extortion (especially if accompanied by any form of ‘menaces’). And these are all CRIMINAL offences because they constitute TRESPASS against the SOVEREIGNTY of whomsoever the demand has been made.