Register to attend a Common Law Court meeting

Invitation to attend the next Sunshine Coast Assembly


Register to attend a Common Law Court meeting
Click on the Picture for an enlarged view of the Bli Bli Community Hall location

What is our Common Law?

Our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 is our Common Law. We the People of the Commonwealth of Australia are the supreme authority, established in the Preamble with the first three words, “WHEREAS the people of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania, humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God, have agreed to unite in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and under the Constitution hereby established (Click here to Download and read the Constitution)

Only we the people can hold those who are causing so much pain directly accountable for their crimes against us by summoning them to a Common Law court to be tried before a Jury of 12 of their peers. We are the Common Wealth – Unite and Uphold the Right!

Our Christmas BBQ – December 6, 2020

Our Christmas BBQ was a huge success, with many thanks to Wayne who catered the food. About 60 members, family, and friends turned up to enjoy a great day together. Look at these happy faces (and check out the great decorations on Wayne’s truck!):

Before you attend your Assembly

Please sign your Charter as a member of a Common Law Assembly before you come to the meeting, and bring your Certificate with you:
Click here to record your Charter
Read the Assembly Constitution to learn what the assembly is about and how it is organized:
Read the Assembly Constitution
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After you register you will receive an email with the meeting location and time

Please Note: To help us plan seating, please tell us the number of people in your party. Walk-ins may also attend, but we reserve the right of entry.

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    How many to attend?

    After you click on "Send" you will receive an Autoresponder email giving you details about the location of the meeting. If you do not get an email response please check your email Spam and Trash folders. If you still didn't get a response, click on Contact us on the main menu and tell us what happened.

    Minutes of Previous Assemblies 2020: