Acts Amendment and Repeal (Courts and Legal Practice) Act 2003

Section 122 (6)    Schedule 1 is amended by deleting “our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her Heirs and Successors” in the 2 places where it occurs and in each place inserting instead —

             “ the State of Western Australia ”.

Section 123.       The Criminal Code amended

     (1)    The amendments in this section are to The Criminal Code*.

              [* Reprinted as at 9 February 2001 as the Schedule to the Criminal Code appearing as Appendix B to the Criminal Code Compilation Act 1913.

                 For subsequent amendments see 2001 Index to Legislation of Western Australia, Table 1, p. 89 and Acts Nos. 3, 6, 8  and 27 of 2002.]

     (2)    Each of the provisions in the Table to this subsection is amended by deleting “Crown” in each place where it occurs and in each case inserting instead —

             “ prosecutor ”.

The sections above are repeated across dozens of pieces of legislation. Removing the Crown, the Commonwealth, and all references according to our Constitution that must be in the Queen’s NAME, and replacing with the “State” or another entity created by the “Australian Government” or one of its subsidiary entities.

Acts Amendment and Repeal (Courts and Legal Practice) Act 2003

Plenty v Dillon is very important here as a valid warrant is only a warrant of the King’s business under the Crown. Is the “prosecutor” an officer under the non-corporate Crown or the corporate CROWN?

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