Consent to be governed
I am the agent for the fictional strawman that was created with the name Sarah Goldsmith made this Freedom of Information request to Law Commission
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Dear Law Commission,
You have stated on other FOI requests that "There is no procedure for withdrawing consent to being subject to statute law".
Bearing that in mind, please provide me with the recorded information relating to the procedure FOR consenting to being subject to statute law. Logically, there MUST be a procedure, otherwise 'statute law' is merely state rules enFORCEd upon State-owned Slaves.....
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Dear Communications Law Com,
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Dear Ms Goldsmith
Our records show that a reply was sent to you on 01 August 2012. I attach a copy.
Dan Leighton | Law Commission Editor and Communications Manager |