We are gathered here today (Saturday, October 24th) in Redvers, Saskatchewan to commence trial proceedings between the Canadian Nationalist Party (plaintiff) and English Crown (defendant) for an alleged breach of contract. We are courting the law, in the name of Jehovih, the Almighty Creator, so as to settle this claim between the parties involved as well as serve and administer justice as a public good. This court was established as

Tribunal Adjudicator Travis Patron is serving the Governor General of Canada, Julie Payette a formal notice to appear for proceedings scheduled in Redvers, Saskatchewan on Saturday, October 24th, in order to make answer to claims that the Crown has breached contractual obligations contained within the Magna Carta of 1215.

In the Statement Of Claim filed, the Canadian Nationalist Party claims that The Crown, with Queen Elizabeth II as reigning monarch, has failed to uphold the principle of freedom of religion.

In putting subjects of The Crown on public notice of our standing in law, with the intent to prevent any breach of peace, we request, as lawfully obliged, prompt acknowledgement or objection of this notice including any undue consideration.