19 – What authority do police have over you ?

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Do an ABN lookup for your State –

print the relevant bits and carry in your car – keep a copy at home –

QLD POLICE SERVICE Is an Unincorporated association!

KEY POINTS:

1: Unincorporated associations are not regarded as legal entities by law.

2: Association is run informally, members make their own rules to manage the group.

3: Individual members can enter into contracts and do things on behalf of other people in the association .

4: Don’t have to comply with many of the legal or financial requirements of corporations.

5: Members are individually and personally responsible for any debts incurred in the name of the association.

6: Individual members are responsible for any contracts signed on behalf of an unincorporated association, and may be sued.

7: If someone is injured through an unincorporated association’s negligence and there is no insurance, the association cannot be sued but individual members may be sued.

8:  An unincorporated association, has no legal identity.

Western Australia Police

police badge

The Seal on the pretend so called police badge above has NO Crown Authority.   Kangaroo + Emu logo + wrong Crown     Below is NSW Police – Get one for your own State

Police masonic2

Step:1  Go to GOOGLE.COM and do a search for “ABN Lookup”

You will find..  ABN Lookup  abr.business.gov.au/

Step:2  Go to http://abr.business.gov.au/ and do a search for “QLD Police Service”

You will find..  29 409 225 509  QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE

Step:3 Click ON: ABN NUMBER  29 409 225 509 this will take you to a new page:

http://abr.business.gov.au/SearchByAbn.aspx?abn=29409225509

Current details for ABN 29 409 225 509

Step:4 Go Down on the left to “Business name(s)” Listings
Business name
NHWQ

Step:5 CLICK ON “NHWQ”  This will take you to “ASIC Registers” Web Site.

https://connectonline.asic.gov.au/RegistrySearch/faces/landing/bySearchId.jspx?searchId=603900090&searchIdType=BUSN&_adf.ctrl-state=1647bf6h5b_108

Step:6  You will see all this INFORMATION there:

Example – Queensland Police

Business name: NHWQ
Status: Registered
Registration date: 31/01/2015
Renewal date: 31/01/2018
Cancelled date:
Cancellation under review:
Address for service of documents: GPO BOX 1440 Brisbane QLD 4001 Australia
Principal place of business: 200 Roma St Brisbane City QLD 4000
Holder(s) details: Holder Name: QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICEHolder Type: Other Unincorporated EntityABN: 29 409 225 509 (External Link)
Debtor representative(s): not applicable
Notified successor(s): not applicable
Regulator: Australian Securities and Investments Commission
Former State/Territory registration details
Former identifier:
Former State/Territory:

Example – South Australia Police

SA Police

From 1 November 2023, ABN Lookup will not display trading names and will only display registered business names     I wonder why ?

SA

NOTE: ***

Holder Type: Other Unincorporated Entity

Step:7  Look to the Bottom Right of the Listing Box you will see..  “View Summary PDF”

Step:8  Click on “View Summary PDF” to download a current printable pdf file you can print out to use in your court documents.

What is an: Unincorporated association??

Google Search:  what is Unincorporated Entity + def sa law commission

SEARCH REVEALS THIS LINK..

https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/community-support/community-organisations/types/unincorporated-associations

Here’s what the page says..

Unincorporated associations

When a group of people agree to act together as an organisation, club or group they form an association. Unincorporated associations are simply a collection of people acting together. These are not regarded as legal entities by law.

An unincorporated association is run informally, costs nothing to set up and its members make their own rules to manage the group. These rules, which may also be called a constitution, may be formal – written down and agreed, or informal – shared understanding of the group.

Individual members of an unincorporated association:

  • are subject to the association’s rules or constitution
  • can enter into contracts and do things on behalf of other people in the association with their consent.

Advantages

Some advantages of being an unincorporated association:

  • you don’t have to pay the costs associated with an incorporation
  • you don’t have to comply with many of the legal or financial requirements of corporations or associations.

Disadvantages

Some disadvantages of being an unincorporated association:

  • Members are individually and personally responsible for any debts incurred in the name of the association.
  • Individual members are responsible for any contracts signed on behalf of an unincorporated association, and may be sued.
  • If someone is injured through an unincorporated association’s negligence and there is no insurance, the association cannot be sued but individual members may be sued.
  • An unincorporated association cannot hold assets in its own name, as it has no legal identity. It must appoint individuals as trustees who own the assets but hold them for the benefit of the association. The trustees are bound by the Trustee Act 1936.
  • There may be difficulty accessing grants, as it is a requirement of many funding programs (particularly government) that the organisation seeking funding must be incorporated.

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Police Oath     (Sounds good   right ???    WRONG)

Police Service Administration Regulation 1990

“I, A.B., swear by almighty God that I will well and truly serve our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth the Second and Her Heirs and Successors according to law in the office of constable or in such other capacity as I may be hereafter appointed, promoted, or may be reduced, without favour or affection, malice or ill-will, from this date and until I am legally discharged; that I will see cause Her Majesty’s peace to be kept and preserved; that I will prevent to the best of my power all offences against the same; and that while I shall continue to be a member of the Queensland Police Service I will to the best of my skill and knowledge discharge all the duties legally imposed upon me faithfully and according to law. So help me God.”.                   

Their GOD is FRAUDULENTLY Sealed and Copyrighted to (the “State”)

Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth the Second and

Her Heirs and Successors( is the Queen of Australia)

This (Sovereign Lady) is a Statutory Instrument Writing on a piece

of paper with no Authority = a NOTHING

The Garter King of Arms of the College of Arms stated:-

“There are scores if not hundreds of Letters Patent of Armorial Bearings that have been issued to Australian citizens or Australian corporate bodies of which The Queen is described as Queen of Australia.

“The Parliament

The Queensland Parliament consists of the Queen of Australia (the Sovereign) and the Legislative Assembly.”

Constitution of Queensland 2001 annotated

“At present Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is the Queen of Australia.”

Queensland Police Service are bound to serve the Political Parties, NOT the people of Queensland as established UNDER the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 as Proclaimed and Gazetted

Dick

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Related information

Other websites

Unincorporated associations – Law Handbook, Legal Services Commission of South Australia

From  http://www.lawhandbook.sa.gov.au/ch08s02.php

Unincorporated associations

Unincorporated associations are not regarded as legal entities by law even though their members may regard them as independent organisations. They are really only a collection of people acting together. This is the most obvious difference between unincorporated and incorporated organisations.

Members of an unincorporated association are, subject to the powers of the association’s constitution, capable of entering into contracts and doing things on behalf of other people in the association. They are also individually and personally responsible for any debts incurred in the name of the association. Where a contract is signed on behalf of an unincorporated association, the individual members are responsible and may be sued. Similarly, if someone is injured through an unincorporated association’s negligence and there is no insurance, the association cannot be sued but individual members may be sued. For the importance of insurance for community organisations, whether unincorporated or incorporated, ss Insurance.

As an unincorporated association has no legal identity, it cannot hold assets in its own name. It must appoint individuals as trustees, who own the assets but hold them for the benefit of the association. The trustees are bound by the Trustee Act 1936 (SA).

Many community organisations rely on grants to operate. It is a requirement of many funding programs that the organisation seeking funding must be incorporated.

It is an offence punishable by a fine of up to $5000 for a person falsely to represent that a body is an incorporated association under the Associations Incorporation Act 1985 (SA) in order to gain an advantage for herself or himself or any other person [s 60].

https://abr.business.gov.au/EntityTypeDescription.aspx?Id=31

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A relevant Question

Police to Pigs

Do you mind if I arrest you sir ?  get in the car …

Police problem

Revenue raising ?

RBT