Notice Of Default: Government Of Saskatchewan
Premier Scott Moe
Government Of Saskatchewan
226 Legislative Building
Regina, SK, S4S 0B3
Chief Judge J.A. Plemel,
Crown Prosecutor Landry
Provincial Court Of Saskatchewan
1815 Smith Street
Regina, SK, S4P 2N5
Canadian Nationalist Party Inc.
PO Box 490,
11 Broadway Street
Redvers, SK, S0C 2H0
DATED: April 1st, 2020
NOTICE OF DEFAULT
Government Of Saskatchewan,
I am writing you today after not receiving a response in regards to our recent Notice Of Conditional Acceptance OR Notice Of Opportunity To Cure served to your office on March 16th and March 23rd respectively.
Whereas it is my understanding that Article 61 of our Magna Carta was successfully invoked on March 23rd, 2001, it is my required duty to stand entirely under the tenets of English Constitution in lawful dissent, and that I am required to request a properly convened court de jure in accordance with “a lawful sentence of a jury of peers and according to the Common Law” in order to settle the charges which are currently before me on behalf of your court. In consideration of your lack of response, this claim is now taken to mean that you and all interested parties agree with this claim – that the Magna Carta was successfully invoked on March 23rd, 2001, is currently the Supreme Law of the realm, and that the aforementioned charges must be settled via a properly convened court de jure in accordance with “a lawful sentence of a jury of peers and according to the Common Law”.
It is not my intention to conduct myself unlawfully nor act against the conditions before me. Whilst the Magna Carta provides a ‘lawful excuse’ to distress the crown and its institutions at this time, it is to my understanding that I cannot consent to any other method of settling the aforementioned charges except by way of “a lawful sentence of a jury of peers and according to the Common Law”. English Constitutional Law forbids me to aid and abet the Crown until redress has been made in accordance with Article 61. It also forbids me to aid and abet any other man or woman who is not also standing in lawful dissent under Article 61 of the Magna Carta (1215). We must (by law) also compel you, Government Of Saskatchewan, to abide by constitutional law and to stand with the people in lawful dissent as is demanded of us.
We reserve our constitutional right to settle the aforementioned charges before a jury of peers and according to the Common Law.
No freeman shall be arrested or imprisoned or disseised or outlawed or exiled or in any other way harmed. Nor will we [The Crown] proceed against him, or send others to do so, except according to the lawful sentence of his peers and according to the Common Law.
– Article 39, Magna Carta
Those who fail to respect the treaty of Magna Carta may be held criminally liable for aiding and abetting High Treason.
This ‘Notice Of Default’ may be used as evidence in my defence and is the third notice to be served to your office regarding this matter. The first and second preceding notices has thus far either been ignored or mislaid.
Any reply must be made on your full commercial liability and on penalty of perjury.
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