Who Is The Defendant?

2 years ago

Date: 27th November 2018
Case Ref. 44LN0184518           REGINA V DEAN RENSHAW
Court: Isle of Wight, Magistrates Court
CPS Prosecutor Ann Smout

In the above case, the Prosecutor for the CPS confirmed that the Defendant could be either a living man or a legal fiction and that having raised the action they were required to identify the Defendant, in this case they identified the living man as the Defendant.

This information was also confirmed by the Clerk of the Court and the Magistrates; the case was then adjourned to the 7th February 2019.

The failure to identify the Defendant would have confirmed that there was no case to answer.


2 years ago

At an Appeal Court Hearing in Edinburgh on the 10th October 2018 (LIV-B560-17), Appeal Sheriff McCulloch confirmed that there was a distinction between the living man and the fiction.

The Defendant, in this case, had stated that he would like someone else to represent him. Despite the fact that this request was not submitted in writing Sheriff McCulloch stated that he would allow someone else to represent him on the condition that they accepted the jurisdiction of the court, this was refused as the individual concerned stated that he stood under common law jurisdiction.

Sheriff McCulloch in accepting this stance had confirmed that the living man not only had the right to stand under common law jurisdiction but that the court had no jurisdiction over him.

Two Jurisdictions

2 years ago

In relation to an appeal hearing on the 31st August 2018 (LIV-B560-17), Appeal Sheriff McCulloch confirmed that we currently have two separate jurisdictions operating, the statutory system and that of the Common Law Court.

Appeal Sheriff McCulloch also blatantly lied after he was informed that he worked for the Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service, Sheriff McCulloch stated that he was not paid by them had nothing to do with them, this despite the fact that he is listed a director and shown in a photo on the website.


Taken from the Scottish Courts Website     https://www.scotcourts.gov.uk/about-the-scottish-court-service

The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service Board

Sheriff A Grant McCulloch
Sheriff McCulloch was a solicitor in private practice for 30 years. He was appointed a temporary Sheriff in 1992 and thereafter Sheriff in 2004, first in Dundee, and is currently senior Sheriff at Kirkcaldy. He is a graduate of Edinburgh University, in Law (1973) & Social Sciences (1974). He was a solicitor-advocate, from 1993.



The Living Man

2 years ago

In relation a hearing at Livingston Sheriff Court on 31st JANUARY 2018 (LIV-B560-17), Sheriff Edington confirmed that there was a distinction between the living man and a fiction.

When confronted with a man who had presented his Common Law Birth Certificate and who had claimed common law jurisdiction, Sheriff Edington confirmed that the court did not have any personal jurisdiction over the living man.




PAISLEY SHERIFF COURT – Wednesday 19th December 2018

2 years ago

Assistance Required – Wednesday 19th December 2018

We are looking for witnesses and support in relation to the following case, if anyone can assist please do so.

The Complaint of the PROCURATOR FISCAL against



St James Street, Paisley

10am, 19th December 2018

Court Ref:  PA18004245


2 years ago

Assistance Required – Monday 17th December 2018

We are looking for witnesses and support in relation to the following case, if anyone can assist please do so.

claimant: Santander UK plc
defendant: Miss Kealey Emmins and Mr Paul Knott

351 Silbury Boulevard, Witan Gate East, Central Milton Keynes MK9 2DT
@ 12:00 on 17th December 2018

Claim No: E8PP7697

New and Exciting News

2 years ago


Given our continued development and increase in demand for this process, we have now launched this new website. This website will help to meet further demands, is more user friendly and will offer many new features, it is also operated by a team of individuals throughout the UK who will update features regularly.

To use this website and process you are required to create an account, this will be done when you record your birth.

In addition to allowing you to record information in our ‘Book of Deeds‘ we will also be offering additional categories which will help you to assert your inherent birth rights.

Our new website has a ‘Video Platform’ which will allow you to submit relevant videos for sharing, these videos once approved will be uploaded in to the appropriate categories. We will also be uploading ‘How To‘ videos which will assist you on the site.

Having just set up a ‘Forum’ on our previous site, we will now be developing this concept to highlight the relevant issues that currently concern us. We apologise for the inconvenience involved and the loss of previous posts but this was due to the change in website.

Our ‘Latest News‘ feature will cover relevant stories and topics for the Common Law Court. highlighting not only serious issues but will adopt a tongue in cheek approach to do so.

Our new ‘Shop’ facility is user friendly and will offer a smooth process for purchasing, as our website is now fully automated it also means that there will be no delays while processing orders.

We now have a new ‘Name and Shame‘ page which will highlight any individual that chooses to ignore common law, the Common Law Court, the authority of the people and that uses the statutory process to cause harm, injury and loss to others.

Our new ‘Cases’ page offers an improved service and will highlight each case individually. This facility is used to retain a permanent record of cases for the Common Law Court and will now be updated regularly as we now have supported teams in over fifty locations throughout the UK who will be convening courts on a regular basis.

In our ‘Deeds’ section. every individual can access their own account, record additional entries and amend or update their personal information.

The website also also offers an improved ‘Search Facility‘ which will also display an abbreviated extract for all entries.

The final page on the website is the ‘Donate’ page. While the use of this site and process is free of charge, we do incur various ongoing costs for convening courts, day to day running expenses, development and our website. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated, whether individual or monthly and all income raised through the Common Law Court is used to continually develop this process, ensuring that all individuals have the right to a lawful remedy.




2 years ago


We have recently received a threatening letter from an Associate at Anderson Strathern LLP which was addressed to the Common Law Court (the people)

It seems that the people have no authority and that unless we remove information from our site, confirming the criminal behaviour of the individuals concerned the statutory courts will be used to protect them.

To view the letter issued to the Common Law Court (the people)


To view the response issued by the Common Law Court



Medicinal Marijuana

3 years ago

November 22, 2017

The Common Law Court has confirmed that it’s now lawful for men and women over the age of 18 to responsibly use and grow marijuana for medicinal purposes.

As Common Law rights are universal to all, then men and women should have the right to access the medicine they

so desperately need.

People have faced unimaginable obstacles, persecution and even prosecution, when all they are doing is acting in pursuit of a better quality of life.

Another result for the Common Law Court and the return of our justice system.

3rd Common Law Court Convened

3 years ago

November 22, 2017

A third Common Law Court was convened in Leith on the 19th November 2017.

The court dealt with the request for Court Orders from five individuals who wished to assert their rights under Common Law. This request was required because of the failure of the Registers of Scotland and the Land Registry in England to protect the individuals rights.

An additional request was made to confirm that it is Lawful under Common Law for men and women over the age of 18, to use and grow the marijuana plant for medicinal purposes.

After a presentation to the jury and an examination of the supporting documents, the jury retired, deliberated and returned unanimous decisions for all cases.

Another result for the Common Law Court and the return of our justice system.

What a difference, to be tried by a jury of your peers.