Jamie Bennett-Smith

Dear House of Commons,

I request under the FOI the following please.

1) What information is archived regarding the requirements for STATUTE laws to be enforced on the Man and the Woman.

2) What information do you have regarding the man's and the woman's right to challenge the authority of the state/government or anyone claiming authority.

3) What information do you have regarding the repeal of the Magna Carta 1215. Including but not limited to article 61.

Yours faithfully,

Jamie Bennett-Smith

FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

Dear Mr Bennett-Smith,

 

 

Thank you for your request for information dated 13 July 2014, received by
us on 14 July 2014, which is copied below.

 

We will endeavour to respond to your request promptly but in any case
within 20 working days i.e. on or before 11 August 2014.

 

If you have any queries about your request, please use the request number
quoted in the subject line of this email.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

IRIS Officer
Information Rights and Information Security (IRIS) Service | House of
Commons

 

 

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FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

Dear Mr Bennett-Smith,

 

 

Freedom of Information Request F14-363

 

Thank you for your request for information as copied below.  You asked
several questions about statute laws which we have sought to answer below.

 

Please note that the House of Commons is a public body under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000. You questions are a mix of legal philosophy and
historical inquiry, rather than requests for disclosure of information.

 

Unless your enquiries are for recorded information held by the House of
Commons, we have no obligation to answer your requests.  However, in order
to be helpful we have provided the information below.  Please note that
this information is not exhaustive, and we continue to recommend that your
questions on the law may be best directed to a solicitor, barrister or
other suitably qualified legal professional. Alternatively you may wish to
consider contacting Citizens Advice.  Contact details can be found at: 
[1]http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/.

 

1)  What information is archived regarding the requirements for STATUTE
laws to be enforced on the man and the woman.

 

The enforceability of statute (“the requirements for STATUTE laws to be
enforced on the Man and the Woman”) is a fundamental principle of the law
and does not form part of the information held in The Parliamentary
Archives. Whether any particular provision of any statute is enforceable
would be a decision for the courts. As a legal matter, it is a question
which does not constitute information held by the House of Commons. You
may wish to seek legal advice on any particular provision you may have in
mind.

 

2)  What information do you have regarding the man's and the woman's right
to challenge the authority of the state/government or anyone claiming
authority.

 

The right of a man or a woman to challenge the authority of the
state/government or anyone claiming authority is a fundamental human right
which underpins the rule of law in this country. As an important legal
concept, it is a principle which does not constitute information held by
the House of Commons. For a recent treatment of this subject, you may wish
to look at the [2]Thirteenth Report of Session 2013-14 from the Joint
Committee on Human Rights on “The implications for access to justice of
the Government's proposals to reform judicial review” (HL Paper 174/HC
868).

 

3)  What information do you have regarding the repeal of the Magna Carta
1215. Including but not limited to article 61.

 

While we look forward to celebrating in 2015 the historical significance
of Magna Carta, its legislative history is a matter of public record and
accordingly does not constitute information held by the House of Commons.
You may wish to consult a freely available source such as Wikipedia.
According to Wikipedia, Clause 61, which provided for the application and
observation of the 1215 Charter by twenty-five of the rebellious barons,
was removed from all later versions of the charter. Accordingly, article
61 of the 1215 Magna Carta and does not form part of the law of the United
Kingdom. You may wish to learn more about Magna Carta from our Education
website:
 [3]http://www.parliament.uk/education/teach...

 

 

You may, if dissatisfied with the handling of your request, complain to
the House of Commons. Alternatively, if you are dissatisfied with the
outcome of your request you may ask the House of Commons to conduct an
internal review of any decision regarding your request. Complaints or
requests for internal review should be addressed to: Information Rights
and Information Security Service, Department of HR and Change, House of
Commons, London SW1A 0AA or [4][House of Commons request email].  Please ensure
that you specify the full reasons for your complaint or internal review
along with any arguments or points that you wish to make.

 

If you remain dissatisfied, you may appeal to the Information Commissioner
at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF,
[5]www.ico.gov.uk.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

         
IRIS Officer
Information Rights and Information Security (IRIS) Service | House of
Commons

 

 

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Jamie Bennett-Smith

Dear FOICOMMONS,

Thank you for the information provided. But I still find it difficult to UNDERSTAND the law. As the MAGNA CARTA is and always will be Inalienable, so how can it be removed changed or diluted. Unless it is the governments plan to supress the truth, That STAUTE requires the consent of the governed. And we the man and the woman shall be governed by LAW OF THE LAND. Not Admiralty or Maritime laws. This information is not in your VIDEO from the link. LAW OF THE LAND makes those acting under AUTHORITY accountable and liable. STATUTE LAWS allow those acting with a presumed AUTHORITY to escape charges of TREASON.

Yours sincerely,

Jamie Bennett-Smith

FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

Dear Mr Bennett-Smith,

 

 

Freedom of Information Request F14-363 Clarification

 

Thank you for your request for clarification as copied below.  You asked
how the Magna Carta can be removed, changed or diluted.

 

This information is not held by the House of Commons.

 

On this occasion we are unable to identify any other public authority that
may hold the information you require, but a great deal of published
information about the Magna Carta is available online or from public
libraries.

 

As we have already made clear, questions on the law may be best directed
to a solicitor, barrister or other suitably qualified legal professional.
Alternatively you may wish to consider contacting Citizens Advice. 
Contact details can be found at:  [1]http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/

 

You may, if dissatisfied with the handling of your request, complain to
the House of Commons. Alternatively, if you are dissatisfied with the
outcome of your request you may ask the House of Commons to conduct an
internal review of any decision regarding your request. Complaints or
requests for internal review should be addressed to: Information Rights
and Information Security Service, Department of HR and Change, House of
Commons, London SW1A 0AA or [2][House of Commons request email].  Please ensure
that you specify the full reasons for your complaint or internal review
along with any arguments or points that you wish to make.

 

If you remain dissatisfied, you may appeal to the Information Commissioner
at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF,
[3]www.ico.gov.uk.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

         
IRIS Officer
Information Rights and Information Security (IRIS) Service | House of
Commons

 

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