Operating Jurisdiction of Magistrates Courts in the UK

Operating Jurisdiction of Magistrates Courts in the UK

Postby scampy » Thu Jan 17, 2019 10:49 am

Hi,

Would like to know under what Jurisdiction do Magistrate Courts in the United Kingdom Operate. Will a magistrate answer the question if asked? Would they ever say "Statutory Jurisdiction?"

Trying to get broader understanding of the court here in the United Kingdom.

If one does decide to go down the route of claiming common law jurisdiction while in magistrate court, is this acceptable or tolerated, can the injured party come forward? there never has or ever been an injured party in speeding offence PCN etc.

Any information would be helpful.

Kind Regards, Abdul
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Re: Operating Jurisdiction of Magistrates Courts in the UK

Postby MikeThomas » Fri Jan 18, 2019 11:08 am

Magistrate Courts in the United Kingdom operate under CONSENT ONLY! They are not a properly constituted court as they have no jury and require you to consent to their persecution of your 'legal person'.
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Re: Operating Jurisdiction of Magistrates Courts in the UK

Postby [Jay] » Wed Apr 17, 2019 6:21 pm

"[i]Greetings, All Court Houses i.e Buildings are Foreign Vessels in Dry Dock usually on Church Lands, so when you voluntarily enter them, you are foreign to them, trespassing on their land without a permit and will be reaped/raped. The Court is the four corners of the paper/document that you are serving on them and is not the building, however if you are making joinder with their paperwork then they will make the court room on different levels to break the continuance of evidence and have boxes to void all that is claimed in them the court. Asking Questions is the only way to deal with parasites, however the words both you and the judge hear and speak can have 1001 meanings, all in favour of whatever the judge decides, which is why you should never go into their foreign vessels, all commercial/civil cases should be done using quantum grammar on the court-vessel-document but thats another story.[i]"
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