It's been over 6 months since I Disputed a $295.00 speeding ticket that I received
in the summer in Kelowna, BC. My experience has been that in Provincial Court or
in minor offenses under statutes that require appearance in dispute in Provincial Court, that filing written material in advance, resolves and or curtails any further action in the matter. Attached is my written dispute and affidavit in remedy. Please check my previous post that resolved "driving while prohibited" with out appearance the day before court.
I recently went to supreme court for "unauthorized practice of law" in an application set down by the law society. Initially I was ruled against in my capacity of a sovereign man. I went in thin and these cases in the supreme court (unlike provincial court) are not easily accepted. If they were, everyone could walk away from any public system of current law under equity and statutory law which could disable the current endorsement and procedure under the current system.
On suggestion from myself and another, a guy we know went to a JCC (Informal, off the record mediation with the parties involved and the Justice) in a family matter in supreme court. Of all that he said, when he mentioned that in is in the capacity of a sovereign man, the justice changed his disposition and took a recess. Note- They don't take breaks during a JCC, they only last about an hour. When the Justice returned, he stated that their matter was not going to be resolved that day and looked at the opposing counsel and said to him " I trust that you will not be bringing this matter before me in [my court]. This was my confidence prior to my aforementioned hearing and I stated it clearly among other claims. Anyone interested in my filed documentation before or after my hearing and my subsequent letter (offer in contract) in remedy to the errors of the Justice that I came before, I will forward upon request in a PM or e-mail.
I have continued the process with the chief justice of the supreme court in remedy and will post upon success.
July 24, 2009
NOTICE OF DISPUTE
To Whom It May Concern:
RE: Violation Ticket AH 50983321
As agent for the accused, SCOTT PETRIE, for an offence under the Motor Vehicle Act, I Scott-Douglas of the Petrie family hereby make full reservations of my rights under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) s. 1-308 and fall under my rights in common law jurisdiction.
Under common law jurisdiction and with-out harm to any individual, Scott-Douglas: Petrie, does not consent to adjudication in a transaction of a security interest. This Notice of Dispute is being used in form only to resolve the noted issue.
If this Notice of Dispute does not resolve in entirety the Violation Ticket AH 50983321, Scott-Douglas: Petrie will attend a hearing to prevent harm to himself through an imposed, non-consensual, adjudication.
As well, pursuant to the UCC s. 1-103 I submit that the Motor Vehicle Act of British Columbia must be harmonized with common law and as such a “verified complaint” must be presented by the individual in which harm is claimed.
In the interim, I Scott-Douglas of the Petrie family, will be drawing up a Notice of Understanding and Intention and a Claim of Right to be served on the Attorney General of British Columbia which among claims involving common law jurisdiction and legal entities and the consent thereof etc., I will be adding a fee schedule which will include fees charged to the Crown in recovering costs associated with travel and accommodations to appear at an adjudication to prevent harm to myself.
Upon perfecting an unopposed Claim of Right, I will forward this document to “whom it may concern” at the address noted for this Notice of Dispute at 1720 Springfield Road, Kelowna.
Any response in discussion of this matter in resolve can be forwarded to the below address or fax number.
Scott-Douglas: Petrie. Per Agent for SCOTT PETRIE
“Without Prejudice (UCC 1-308)”
Mailing Address; 827 Chestnut Street, New Westminster, BC, V3L 4N3
Fax number; 604 524-3162
Scott Douglas: Petrie
July 23, 2009
Violation Ticket No. AH50983321
The Prosecutor of
the Provincial Court of
British Columbia in the City of
Enforcement Officer # 42031
for the Province of British Columbia
AFFIDAVIT OF TRUTH
I , Scott Douglas: Petrie, of 827 Chestnut Street in New Westminster City, British Columbia MAKE OATH AND SAY AS FOLLOWS:
1. I am the agent of the legal entity, Scott Petrie, (Drivers licence no.3432926) and have
such personal knowledge of the facts and matters hereinafter disposed to save and
except where so stated to be on information and belief and where so stated I verily
believe the same to be true.
2. A joinder is not to be construed by any means now or in future proceedings between
myself, Scott Douglas: Petrie the blood, flesh and bones man as agent and Scott
Petrie, the legal entity and the accused in this matter.
3. On July 5, 2009 on or about 8:30 pm Scott Petrie was not speeding and no harm to any
individual was incurred.
4. The enforcement officer # 42031 at the time of the alleged offence under the Motor
Vehicle Act did not offer Scott Petrie to signature the violation ticket at which time a
reservation of rights under the Uniformed Commercial Code s. 1-308 would have been
stated in writing.
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5. Scott Petrie is a peaceful and lawful man acting under common-law jurisdiction and
intended no harm to any individual during the alleged statutory offence of July 5,
Witness as to signature only;
A Commissioner for taking
Affidavits for British Columbia
Scott Douglas: Petrie. Per Agent for SCOTT PETRIE