Happy Birthday Meads v. Meads!!!!!

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Happy Birthday Meads v. Meads!!!!!

Postby Burnaby49 » Mon Sep 18, 2017 8:59 am

Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday to you,
Happy Birthday dear 2012 ABQB 571,
Happy Birthday to you.

That's right, the judgment that's reviled and praised, hated,and loved, scorned and studied but, above all, cited incessantly as the essential primer on OPCA activities is a boisterously eventful five years old today!

At first there were concerns about it's fragile longevity. Was it mere obiter dicta or precedential? Would anyone even read it? What was its relevance in the vast world of jurisprudence? Well the one hundred and thirty one Canadian citations to date answer those questions. To some extent it's like War and Peace, everybody starts it but few finish. But that's not the point. It's more like a buffet. Everything is in there, you can't possibly consume it all, but judges can pick and chose those parts relevant to the case at hand. A little Strawman sir? Why thank you and just a smidgeon, no no, less than that, less than that, of claim of lawful excuse on the side. And a big slice of A4V please.

Let's be frank here. How many of you readers had even heard of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench before Meads was released? But now Meads, and a cavalcade of subsequent OPCA decisions, has put Queens' Bench in the forefront of this once-obscure but fascinating field of legal analysis. Take Peter of England and the WeRe Bank. Did any UK court deign to even discuss it while Peter was at his height as Britains's new financial savior? NO. But Queen's Bench walked up to the plate and knocked it out of the field for a homer with Alfred Parlee;

http://www.quatloos.com/Q-Forum/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=10878&p=215652

Some readers, you know who you are, may have no idea what Meads v Meads is about. I've provided the link below for you, totally anonymous, nobody but yourselves need ever know that you've checked it out, to get up to speed on the case. Because, without at least a superficial knowledge of Meads, you can't really consider yourselves Quatloosian.

http://canlii.ca/t/fsvjq
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Re: Happy Birthday Meads v. Meads!!!!!

Postby Burnaby49 » Sat Sep 23, 2017 7:03 pm

Meads v Meads has made its way to Slovakia. Last year a professor there named Martin Turcan;

https://translate.google.ca/translate?hl=en&sl=sk&u=https://www-test.uniba.sk/en/people/turcan3/publications/&prev=search)%20(https://translate.google.ca/translate?hl=en&sl=sk&u=https://uniba.sk/fileadmin/ruk/veda/docprof/PraF_UK/turcan/Publikacna_cinnost_TURCAN.pdf&prev=search

published a paper in Právny obzor ("Legal Horizons") reviewing the "Strawman" concept:

TURČAN, M.: Pseudoprávo.

Právny obzor, 99, 2016, č. 2, s. 138 – 144.

Pseudolaw. In this paper the author deals with issue of unusual approaches to law, mainly with theory of movement called „Freemen on the land“, which the author tries to describe thru prism of Canadian decision in divorce matter Meads vs. Meads. The author describes particular theses, which should according to „freemen’s“ concept release man from clasp of statutory law and he also deals with jurisprudential substantiations of those theses, which are usually offered to justify them. Author’s effort is to communicate this „pseudolegal argument“ in understandable form and to autonomously analyze it.
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Re: Happy Birthday Meads v. Meads!!!!!

Postby notorial dissent » Sat Sep 23, 2017 9:05 pm

I can't begin to imagine how the whole pseudo law freeman concept plays out in places like Central Europe which never really had any of those concepts in their history, although I am sure they are beginning to appear.
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Re: Happy Birthday Meads v. Meads!!!!!

Postby grixit » Sun Sep 24, 2017 7:16 am

I'm sure they'll be able to find some kind of claim from the Pragmatic Sanction, the Diet of Worms, or Maria Theresa's Urbarium. No doubt, they'll be threatening to defenestrate bailiffs.
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Re: Happy Birthday Meads v. Meads!!!!!

Postby The Observer » Sun Sep 24, 2017 3:35 pm

grixit wrote:I'm sure they'll be able to find some kind of claim from the Pragmatic Sanction, the Diet of Worms, or Maria Theresa's Urbarium. No doubt, they'll be threatening to defenestrate bailiffs.


But there might be a legal precedent for it based on royal prerogative; King John may have defenestrated his nephew, Arthur of Brittany. He probably based it on one of those secret, invisible articles in the Magna Carta.
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Re: Happy Birthday Meads v. Meads!!!!!

Postby wserra » Sun Sep 24, 2017 3:51 pm

The Observer wrote:King John may have defenestrated his nephew, Arthur of Brittany. He probably based it on one of those secret, invisible articles in the Magna Carta.


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