Deborah-May Torrens

A copy of the public notice record below:

Common Law Courts

Great Britain & International

Reference No: PN / 21 / 51057

Name Deborah-May Torrens
Date 11/25/2019

Deborah-May Torrens – Public Notice Common Law Court


(11:03 pm United Tribal Council, 113/156 Bruxner Highway Loftville, New South Wales, Australia 2019)

Issued by Deborah-May Torrens on 25th of November 2019 in the community of Australia.

I, Deborah-May, give public notice of my personal claim of right and of lawful excuse to convene and establish a common law court under my liberty as flesh and blood man; and do hereby call upon the support of all competent men and women to assist me in this lawful right.

I further give public notice of my personal claim of right and of lawful excuse to convene and establish as part of such a court, a jury of my peers, consisting of at least twelve men or women. This hearing is to judge a matter in relation to the harm, loss and injury caused, the use of criminal coercion and statutory legislation to living men and living women who have been subjected to property theft.

A further order is required to prevent the future theft of lands, property and homes and to hold those accountable for the theft of a highlighted property, these orders to be determined by the jury of my peers.

By operation of law, these requests are necessary to provide a lawful remedy.

I further give public notice that the said jury of my peers claim the jurisdictional competence to judge this matter and to issue a sentence and verdict within the said common law court, to establish and to render such a judgement, based upon proven and irrefutable evidence presented within its court.

I hereby publicly call upon and request the support of the community to establish this common law court and its jury of at least twelve men or women, to be sworn to act in such a capacity for the duration of the court proceedings, according to Natural Law and the rules of evidence and due process.

I make this public claim of right freely, without coercion or ulterior motive, in the interest of justice and the public welfare.