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Common Law Right to Travel

PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 6:17 pm
by nowares
I am considering exercising my Common Law right to travel.

I am quiet prepared to face the consequences if it all goes wrong.
I've just had enough of not being able to travel because of the insane costs associated with "driving".

A little info about me first:
I don't have a driving licence, tax, insurace, et al.
My personal conveyance will not be used for commercial activities, so no "driving" will be taking place.
I have created my Affidavit of Truth and associated documents.

I do have a three questions if anyone here can help out:
  • What maximum punishment is likely for being found legally guilty of no licence, tax, or insurance?
  • How do provisional licences effect your rights? Would one need to first clear that matter up in some way?
  • Do the police have Lawfull authority to take my car at any point if de-registered?


If course, I will be recording any encounters I have with the police.
Just incase the slippery buggers try to trip me up!

Re: Common Law Right to Travel

PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 6:56 pm
by treeman
nowares wrote:I am considering exercising my Common Law right to travel.

I am quiet prepared to face the consequences if it all goes wrong.
I've just had enough of not being able to travel because of the insane costs associated with "driving".

A little info about me first:
I don't have a driving licence, tax, insurace, et al.
My personal conveyance will not be used for commercial activities, so no "driving" will be taking place.
I have created my Affidavit of Truth and associated documents.

I do have a two questions if anyone here can help out:
  • What maximum punishment is likely for being found legally guilty of no licence, tax, or insurance?
  • How do provisional licences effect your rights? Would one need to first clear that matter up in some way?
  • Do the police have Lawfull authority to take my car at any point if de-registered?



If course, I will be recording any encounters I have with the police.
Just incase the slippery buggers try to trip me up!



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Re: Common Law Right to Travel

PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2011 7:52 pm
by nowares
Thanks for the reply, but none of my questions were answered in that thread.
Guess I'll have to start digging through the books.

Re: Common Law Right to Travel

PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2011 7:55 pm
by treeman
nowares wrote:Thanks for the reply, but none of my questions were answered in that thread.
Guess I'll have to start digging through the books.


I am not sure what you mean, what questions? :puzz:

Re: Common Law Right to Travel

PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2011 9:46 pm
by nowares
treeman wrote:I am not sure what you mean, what questions? :puzz:


I do have a three questions if anyone here can help out:
  • What maximum punishment is likely for being found legally guilty of no licence, tax, or insurance?
  • How do provisional licences effect your rights? Would one need to first clear that matter up in some way?
  • Do the police have Lawfull authority to take my car at any point if de-registered?

Re: Common Law Right to Travel

PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2011 11:51 pm
by Oshun