08 The oath of office magistrates are required to swear

A seal is a device that leaves an impression on paper and provides a mark of authenticity on certain official instruments. The “Public Seal of the State” is the seal that demonstrates the Sovereign’s authority in Queensland. Examples of documents that the Governor seals with the Public Seal of the State include commissions appointing members of the judiciary, Deputy Governors, Ministers and Executive Councillors, as well as various types of proclamations.”

The Public Seal of the State is a Criminal Fraudulent Copy of the Seal of Queensland which is only a Public Functionary Seal.Their Sovereign is the Queen of Australia a Statutory Instrument of NO authority.Australian corporate bodies of which The Queen is described as Queen of Australia.The Queen of Australia has “NO” Royal Coat of Arms so has “NO” authority so all Judges; Magistrates and Police Acts appointed under the Public Seal of the State are FRAUDS of authority. These people don’t have Royal Commissions.This is how and who they represent when they get their lawful Commissions under Queensland’s Constitution Act 1867.

Office of Governor Constituted.

Appointment of Judges, Justices, & The Governor may constitute and appoint, in Our name and on Our behalf, all such Judges, Commissioners, Justices of the Peace, and other necessary Officers and Ministers of the State, as may be lawfully constituted or appointed by US. Constitution Act 1867, ss. 14 – 16

Oath

“I … A B … do sincerely promise and swear that I will be faithful and bear true  allegiance to Her majesty Queen Elizabeth the second as lawful Sovereign of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of this Colony of Queensland dependent on and belonging to the said United Kingdom so help me God”

Article by Dick Yardley

wp8a2c3013_05_06Parliament of Queensland uses this Seal as it has the Authority of Her Most Excellent Majesty’s “Royal Coat of Arms” to give Royal Assent to bills passed by the Members of the Legislative Assembly This Seal can only be used by a Governor representing the Crown. This Governor is appointed by and to Represent Her Most Excellent Majesty. The appointment for the time being the Queen, by Commission under Her Majesty’s Royal Sign Manual and Signet, to the office of Governor, of the State of Queensland, constituted under Letters Patent under the Great Seals of the United Kingdom.

When the Governor Seal these bills with this Seal they then become Acts. That is  ROYAL ASSENT

wp5a4d3ba8_05_06Government of Queensland uses this Public Functionary Seal used by the Governor in Council for sealing Policy, which already has the Authority of Acts passed by the Parliament of Queensland for Public Functionaries, ie: Education Dept; Health Dept etc,etc Subordinate Legislation. Royal Warrant on 9th March 1977; there is no Royal Warrant subsequent to 1977; the Imperial Crown in the Badge has raised arches as exemplified in the Armorial Ensigns at Brisbane in 1977.

 

wp4f06aaa6_05_06Judiciary:  Office of Governor Constituted. Appointment of Judges, Justices, & The Governor may constitute and appoint, in Our name and on Our behalf, all such Judges, Commissioners, Justices of the Peace, and other necessary Officers and Ministers of the State, as may be lawfully constituted or appointed by US. Constitution Act 1867, ss. 14 – 16

Judges continued in the enjoyment of their offices during their good behaviour notwithstanding any demise of the Crown.

In Queensland to-day none of the above seals are being used, as there is NO SEPARATION OF POWERS and NO ROYAL ASSENT

Information compiled by Dick Yardley

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