Charters, Acts & Treaties

 

All statues, charters, acts, bills, treaties, and legislation apply only to the persons, citizens, residents, or employees of the corporation called Canada.  If you read, for example, the Bills of Exchange Act it will tell you exactly how to discharge your bills (remittance/statements). If you “read between the lines” of each of these acts below, you will discover the remedy to freedom, because they are required to tell you the truth.  

Statutes only have the force of law over those who have consented to be governed. Deny that consent, and not one single statute will have the force of law over you.

                                          – Robert Menard, Bursting Bubbles of Government Deception

1670: Hudson’s Bay Company Chartered

1760 – 1763: Treaty of Paris aka Treaty of Peace and Friendship

1763: First “Letters Patent” issued by the British Crown

1791: The Constitutional Act – never ratified

1867: BNA Act 

1868: Rupert’s Land Act

1869: Deed of Surrender

1871: BNA Act (amended)

1878: Letters Patent Revocation Act

1886: BNA Act (amended)

1891: Judicature Acts (UK) – Ending the “Court of Chancery”

1893: Statute Law Revisions Act (UK) – Removal of Sec. 2 of the BNA act, legally removing the Monarchy from Canada

1943: BNA act, repealed by the Constitution Act, 1982

1948: Income Tax Act

1967 Corporate Bodies Contracts Act

1982: Royal Proclamation

1983: Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983. An amendment of the Constitution Act, 1982 converting the status of the “Aboriginal People” from Sovereign to “Persons”.

1985: Governor General’s Act

1985: Criminal Code

1985 Bank Of Canada Act

1985 Bills of Exchange Act 

1995 Firearms Act

1996 Canada Transportation Act 1996