Saturday, May 4, 2013

FLANO'S NOTICE TO THE BODY CORPORATE IN CONTRACT WITH THE VICTORIAN POLICE ABN: 63 446 481 493 TRADING AS SCOTT CHALMERS AGENT OF THE CROWN, ACTING AS VICTORIAN POLICE HIGH WAY PATROL OFFICER, COMPANY ID NUMBER: 33671.


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                                                                                                                                   Date: 3rdMay 2013.

 

                                                   Without prejudice


     Notice to Principal is Notice to Agent; Notice to Agent is Notice to Principal.


To:

The Body Corporate in contract with the Victorian Police ABN: 63 446 481 493 trading as Scott CHALMERS Agent of the Crown, acting as VICTORIAN POLICE High Way Patrol Officer, Company Id Number: 33671.


Sent on the 3rd May 2013 to Email: scott.x.chalmers@police.vic.au



Re: Case Number: CR-12-XXXXXX


Dear Scott.

In regards to case number CR-12-XXXXX, finalised in the Melbourne County Court under Judge CHETTLE on the 29 of November 2012 at 10:00 am.


In pursuant of section 100F and section 100G, of the police regulations act 1958 Victoria.

One is of the asseveration that you representing the VICTORIAN POLICE, have exceeded the time allocated within section 100G, to retain “Seized Items” regarding Case number CR-12-XXXXX



Police Regulation Act 1958 - SECT 100G

Magistrates' Court may extend 6 month period

100G. Magistrates' Court may extend 6month period

(1) A member of the force may apply tothe Magistrates' Court within 6 months
after seizing a thing under thisDivision for an extension of the period for
which the member may retain the thing.

(2) The Magistrates' Court may ordersuch an extension if satisfied that
retention of the thing is necessary-

  (a)  for the purposes of aninvestigation into whether a relevant offence
       has occurred; or

  (b)  to enable evidence of thecommission of a relevant offence to be
       obtained for the purposes of a prosecution; or

  (c)  for the purposes of aninvestigation or proposed investigation under
       PartIV or IVA.
    obtained for the purposes of a prosecution; or

  (c)  for the purposes of aninvestigation or proposed investigation under
       PartIV or IVA.

  •                                       NOTICE TO RECLAIM ITEMS SEIZED. 

Take notice that on this day the 3rd of November 2013, Notice is given to Scott CHALMERS Id number: 33671,  To return via courier or in person at cost to himself,“ Items Seized” in relation to case number CR-12-XXXXX, in accordance with section 100F of the Police Regulations act 1958.




 PoliceRegulation Act 1958 - SECT 100F


Retention and return of seized things

100F. Retention and return of seizedthings

(1) If a member of the force seizes athing under this Division (other than a
thing that is the property of theState), the member must take reasonable
steps to return it to the person fromwhom it was seized if-

  (a)  the reason for its seizure nolonger exists; and

  (b)  the thing is not required, orlikely to be required, in connection
       with any investigation or proposed investigation under PartIV or IVA.

(2) If the thing seized has not beenreturned within 6 months after it was
seized, the member must take reasonablesteps to return it unless-

  (a)  proceedings for the purposefor which the thing was retained have
       commenced within that 6 month period and those proceedings (including
       any appeal) have not been completed; or

  (b)  an investigation under PartIV or IVAto which the thing is relevant
        has commenced within that 6 month periodand that investigation has
       not been completed; or

  (c)  the Magistrates' Court makesan order under section 100G extending the
       period during which the thing may be retained.




Take Note: “Seized Items” are now to be returned within 72 hours of the receipt of this email, Dated 3rd May 2013.


List of “Exclusive Items seized” Includes.


    2x.   Black/White Tribal Jurisdictional Registration plate’s of the binjareb Tribe of the Grater  Bibbullmun Nation with the lettering of S0V – 001, and Under O.S.T.F. Treaty
(Original SovereignTribal Federation Treaty).

    1x   Nokia mobile phone silver in colour.



 Furthermore it is also asserted that a “Notarised written affidavit signed by you under your full commercial liability and penalty of perjury”, of your and the VICTORIAN POLICE’s future intentions regarding case number CR-12XXXXX, To be included in the return of said “Seized Items”.



  1.                                                                                                                                                                                                  REGARDS .

                                                                                                       crag flannghal-maille

                                                                                                       Secessionist

                                                        Of The Sovereign Tribal Jurisdiction of Binjareb

                                                                                                   Administer/Beneficiary  

                                                                                                   Of the

                                                                                CXXXXXX FXXXXXXXX Estate.

                                           

   Please note.

 Failure to comply with the above “Notice” within the allocated time of 72 hours, via your actions thereon places you and THE VICTORIA POLICE in dishonour and invokes irrevocable estoppel, and thereby via your actions you will consent to liens against your property and the property of the VICTORIAN POLICE under tort for restitution for damages without recourse in any court One chooses to the value of $x,000,000.00 AU. And as agent of the VICTORIAN POLICE and contractor thereof agree to “Discharge” prior to any origination process filed, to any future actions or claims against the Estate of CXXXXX FXXXXXXX or Names deriving of the NAME written scribed or typed in anyway shape or form or the “One who Lives” acting as administrator/beneficiary known as crag of the house of flannghal-maille Secessionist, from the Sovereign Tribal Jurisdiction of binjareb of the Grater Bibbullmun Nation for “lack of Jurisdiction”. In the pursuant of public interest, justice and transparency this Notice may be placed in a public media domain including but not limited to the internet or other.

 

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