A non-profit site educating Canadians and Americans
about the differences between human-beings,
natural-persons and artificial-persons
man & woman,
created by God.
How the Government created your new identity and
how you can reclaim your unalienable rights.
created by Man.

For the text of this web-site is with the absence of the legal-advice.
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Do you need a Lawyer?
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Do you need a Lawyer?:

A Lawyer (Barrister or Solicitor) can only "represent" the artificial-person in any legal proceedings. If you use a Lawyer, you remain within the artificial-person domain and therefore are subject to the full force of all the statute laws. You only have a small chance of winning any proceedings, and usually at great expense, because you have to deal with every law, most of which have taken away the rights and freedoms of the natural-person.

A human-being can "present" himself as a natural-person in any legal proceedings, and does not need a Lawyer. You should never "represent" yourself, only "present" yourself. If you do not use a Lawyer, you can remain within the natural-person domain and therefore still have all your fundamental rights and freedoms intact. You have a very high probability of successfully winning any legal proceedings because the rights of a natural-person are sacrosanct (immune from violation) in any court. If you do not wish to conduct your own legal proceedings, you may have another human-being act as your "agent" and conduct the proceedings for you.

"Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law,"
(Preamble - Universal Declaration of Human Rights)