The 3 Tests of Lawful Rebellion
B2. Stop Paying Tax
3. Notice to DVLA
inc. Registration of Vehicle & Car Notices
Why do we think we have to pay 'Car Tax'? Most of us have never read the legislation applicable to this.
All 'Statutes' state that the 'Person' is liable, in this case for the 'Car Tax' (actually called 'Vehicle Licence Excise Duty'), but never define which type of 'Person' they mean
As we have seen, there are many types of 'Person' in Legalese. Our 'Legal Fiction' person is created via the registration of our birth, but are we obliged under law, or even under the civil 'Legal System' of Acts and Statutes to register our vehicles?
To answer this question 'A Freeman' researched the registration of vehicles process under the "Vehicle Excise and Registration Act (1994)"
The very first page of this Act tells us about the 'duty'
also, everything which is 'public' (like the public road mentioned here) in fact is conceived as 'royal' by 'the law' (see the 'States & Societies' page for more info)
What is a licence?
If in fact 'The Crown' does own all the land and everything built upon that land, including the roads, they will charge the Subjects to use them.
And if a vehicle is registered to 'The Crown' (Her Majesty's Government) then 'The Crown' owns the vehicle and issues the Subject a license to use it, which they must then pay the duty on
'A Freeman' has read the legislation, but cannot find a clause anywhere that says that a licence HAS to be applied for
It seems that we voluntarily apply for this when we fill in and sign a 'V10' form thereby creating joinder and a contract between our 'person' and the 'Agency' who work for 'The Crown'
Not only that but we even volunteer to pay for private use by completing this form!
'A Freeman' believes that all we actually need to do is ensure we stand under the Common Law
we must not put our fellow man at risk, but 'A Freeman' does not believe we need a 'Vehicle Licence' to achieve this...
So, 'A Freeman' did not replace his 'Tax Disc' when it expired in 2009 and prepared a Notice to the DVLA, but the day before it was posted he was stopped by a constable
This was a very encouraging encounter and proved to 'A Freeman' that there is NO criminal penalty for not paying 'Vehicle Licence Excise Duty'
The constable is merely required to report to the DVLA the fact that he has witnessed a 'person' on the road without tax.
The DVLA follow the matter up but 'A Freeman' served honourable notice to the DVLA as to the reasons why he could not pay tax.
Step 1. Serve Notice on DVLA (25th November 2009)
Like the Notice to HMRC, it was addressed to The Chief Executive. This is important, it ensures some action will be taken.
1. Covering Letter - explains what’s in the attached notice and includes the details for addressing replies correctly to 'A Freeman'
2. General Notice to all UK Government Departments & Executive Agencies - explains war crimes issue and legal dilemma of the ICC Act contradicting other Tax related statutes
3. Notice of Understanding & Intent & Claim Of Right (NUICOR) to the DVLA - specifically gives Notice regarding the de-registration of the car
Notice Period: 14 Days (Reasonable).
Here is the full letter Page 1. / Page 2.
Step 2. Serve Estoppel Notice (20th January 2010)
Here is the full Estoppel Notice
Here is the full letter
Step 3. Serve Final Notice (6th February 2010)
Here is the full Final Notice
The recorded delivery log shows this was delivered to the DVLA on 11th February 2010
Here is the Camper Van De-registration Notice
'A Freeman' pays NO TAX FOR WAR
A Freeman keeps evidence of his lawful actions in 'A Freeman's Folder' in his car at all times
Notice: Exempt From Levy
Notice to Peace Officers
If 'A Freeman' is stopped by one of Her Majesty's Constables whilst traveling in his private conveyance he serves this notice to a constable before answering any questions or entering into dialogue of any sort
'A Freeman's' Glossary of Terms
A special Thank You to Richard : Harrison for some of his earlier work on the car de-registration & exempt from levy notices, which 'A Freeman' based his templates upon