Common Law Rights Group

Australians for a Legally Equal Community

thought for today:

Just because someone doesn't have a specific academic qualification doesn't mean they won't do a job better than someone who has.

In theory we all have the right to access Common Law or Tort Law

In practice only a small percentage of us can.

Janette Francis

Quote:

 

I believe Australia should be a legally equal community. At present it is not and has not been since Federation.

 

Common Law applies to everyone, however protection of the integrity of your person from assault and battery is accessible only to those who can afford to pay for it. Many Australians can't afford the cost of Australian lawyers in State or Federal courts. Legal Aid won't fund civil suits.

 

Therefore, Australia is not a legally equal community as only a small percentage of people are protected under Australian law whilst shockingly many others simply aren't.

 

To be a legally equal community in Australia, parliaments must legislate to provide an unrestrained budget for Legal Aid in the prosecution of any breach of Tort law against Australians, including breaches under authority of the Crown, where successful suits will have their legal fees paid back into the Legal Aid budget ensuring the community service is cost effective.

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