Company Recording under common law, how does that work?
Under first principles of law, the Common Law Court is now offering the opportunity to record the company you own under common law. This can be done by recording the named individual, responsible for the company, who has already recorded their birth name and the ownership of their legal fiction.
This named individual, can also add the trading name of the company. The named individual will be the individual responsible for the company and the company will be listed as a trading entity with the common law court.
Gone are the days where the state enriches itself inappropriately on the backs of common law abiding individuals and where the state operates unlawfully, gone are the days where corporate crime will be ignored.
Some of the benefits of operating a company under common law are as follows:
The people will understand that you are operating under common law principles, causing no harm, no loss, no injury and that you operate honourably in you contractual dealings. (This is an ethical marketing point)
While the people understand that you operate lawfully, this will also confirm that you are not trading for fraudulent purposes and that you will not just close your company to set up a new one.
Employees will understand that you will operate lawfully and will abide by common law principles.
You can choose whether or not you wish to pay business taxes, PAYE, national insurance and business rates to the unaccountable state regime.
You will be able to offer competitive and realistic pricing for your services.
Some of the disadvantages of operating under common law are as follows:
You no longer have the false and inappropriate luxury of being able to operate fraudulently.
You no longer have the false and inappropriate protection of the state for crimes that you commit.
You will no longer be in the position where you can abuse your employees with the protection of the state.
Following the principles of common law, cause no harm, loss or injury and be honourable in your contractual dealings, we believe that this offers an improved structure in the workplace. Under the jurisdiction of the Common Law Court, statutory rules may no longer apply to your business we believe that all responsible men and women will ensure that previous entitlements for employees would be upheld, even more so under common law.
Just because statutory rules may no longer apply, does not mean that common law court recorded businesses can pay below the minimum wage etc. based on the understanding that your business will benefit if you choose not to pay tax for your employees and corporate tax on profits.
By choosing to operate under common law, the working environment improves for you and your employees, based on mutual co-operation and effort, rather than you and them being part of the rat-race, grudging going to work, to support the unaccountable state before your own family.
The Common Law Court recorded business owner should see the financial structure of the business improve, leading to competitive pricing.
Should you wish to pay your employees in full, without any deductions, they may wish to follow your principles and record themselves as a business entity. By giving your employees the opportunity to confirm their stance under common law, by recording their birth and ownership of their legal fiction, this in turn allows them the common law right to withhold taxes from the unaccountable state regime, until such times as they act lawfully in the public interest rather than protecting vested interests.
Common Law Development
The process for recording a company under common law allows you to take back control. You no longer have to support the unaccountable fat cats, the corrupt statutory system and incompetent authorities. As a responsible owner, you have the power to choose which jurisdiction you wish to operate under.
By applying common law principles to your business, we all benefit, the public, your customers, your employees and the community.
Whether you employ staff or work for yourself, you have the power to change the way this country works.
The Common Law Court recording process, establishes and protects our inherent birth rights.
To record a company under common law court we require a monthly subscription of £50.00 for the Common Law Court, this subscription should be made after you complete your declaration, you will find this facility at the top of the homepage. When you have activated your entry and subscription, you will receive a company certificate and a CLC Company Card, which will confirm the named individual, the trading name for the company and the Company Number, there is no additional charge for these as they are covered in your monthly subscription.
All monthly subscription obtained through this process will be used to assist and protect the people, they will not be used to pay the state and all funds raised are returned to the people through Common Law Court projects.