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  1. Michael




    Here in New Zealand we Live in the 2 Laws Civil and Common Law
    In the Supreme Court of New Zealand

    My Claim to my grandfather died in 1969 intestate Letters of Administration of estate of the deceased have this day been granted in chambers by Mr Register MULCAHY at AUCKLAND acting under Rule 426(H) 397,517,531(d),531(M)

    taken in Chambers in 1976

    My Second Claim go back to my grandmother died 1962 intestacy her grandfather was Christopher Harris descendant of King William the Conqueror the Doom day book.

    1835 Declaration of Independence was signed and the Magna Carta by the Native Chiefs which became Sovereignty

    House Farm and Church was built 1838

    1838 marriage by Arch Bishop Pompallier of the Romen Catholic

    Will of Christopher Harris 1858

    Allodial Title Land Patent Certificate of Title Grant under the Auckland Waste Lands Act 1874 Register Book Vol 16 Folio 226

    Queen Victoria,by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

    Heir, one who succeeds to the property of a person dying without a will or who is legally entitled to succeed by right of descent or relationship. In most jurisdictions, statutes of descent determine transfer of title to property if there is no will naming the legatee. In English common law, originally an heir was one who inherited real estate; next of kin inherited personal property. With important exceptions (titles of nobility, etc.), statutory law has all but abolished the distinction.

    One may be either heir apparent or heir presumptive during the lifetime of the property holder. The heir apparent is one whose right to inherit is indefeasible as long as he or she outlives the property holder. The heir presumptive is one whose right may be defeated by the birth of a nearer heir. In the majority of European hereditary monarchies, the eldest child of the sovereign is heir apparent to the crown.

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    …appointment of one or more heirs. An heir, in the Roman sense of the term, was a universal successor; that is, he took over the rights and duties of the deceased (insofar as they were transmissible at all) as a whole. On acceptance, the heir became owner if the deceased…

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    Prince of Wales, title reserved exclusively for the heir apparent to the British throne. It dates from 1301, when King Edward I, after his conquest of Wales and execution (1283) of David III, the last native prince of Wales, gave the title to his son, the future Edward II. Since that time most, but…

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    Inheritance, the devolution of property on an heir or heirs upon the death of the owner. The term inheritance also designates the property itself. In modern society, the process is regulated in minute detail by law. In the civil law of the continental European pattern, the pertinent branch is…

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    Law, the discipline and profession concerned with the customs, practices, and rules of conduct of a community that are recognized as binding by the community. Enforcement of the body of rules is through a controlling authority. The law is treated in a number of articles. For a description of legal…


    Heir-ship through the female lines.

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  2. Yea; what we thought is Law is just public policy ( rules, regulations etc) which applies to a corporation not a living man or woman.

    Freedom comes with responsibility.

    1. There are many forms of law (civil, common, sharia etc) – public policy is only deemed law.
      Not all law is public policy.
      Law is usually based on public policy (supposed to be the people’s intention but is usually the government’s plan)

      Here’s a webinar on it – https://member.suewrongdoers.com/home/webinars/webinar-public-policy-rule-of-law/

      Most people have public policy applicable to them because they have contracted with the public, becoming subject.
      True freedom only comes after developing full knowledge, accepting and actually acting with full responsibility.

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